Haywards Heath's exciting new retirement development, Fleur-de-Lis, is now over 65% sold, and we're urging anyone who's interested to get in touch soon.
Launched last November and built on the former magistrates' court, the 34 one- and two-bed apartments, some featuring mezzanine floors and are up to 1850sqft have been attracting a wide range of interested buyers.
Fleur-de-Lis features communal areas meticulously cleaned and maintained to ensure a level of comfort that one would expect in a 4 star hotel.
The building's design was inspired by Charles Voysey, the famous English architect and designer who pioneered the 'Arts & Crafts' look.
One buyer, Judith Aspinall, 76, said: "I had looked already looked at two or three retirement developments in Haywards Heath before I viewed the Renaissance development. I knew almost immediately that it was the place for me. I'm delighted with my spacious apartment and the building generally."
Judith added: "I didn't want to leave it too late to downsize. I know from experience that people can put it off and then find it very hard. It was surprisingly straightforward."
The luxurious properties provide an exceptional standard of independent living for those considering downsizing from a larger family home.
The apartments are built by Renaissance Retirement, the company handpicked by HRH The Prince of Wales to build a landmark collection of retirement apartments in the heart of Poundbury, Dorchester.
The company offers a number of added owner incentives and benefits, and Renaissance's complementary SmoothMove Service -- which is offered to all owners at no extra cost -- has proven particularly popular. This bespoke service includes a dedicated SmoothMove Consultant, who can offer advice and assistance with downsizing, the planning and setting up of their new home, and administrative tasks.
Fleur-de-Lis Haywards Heath, Bolnore Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex. RH16 4BA
For more information contact Mansell McTaggart Haywards Heath on 01444 456431 or email email@example.com