Barton Lodge is situated in Dorset, known for its large natural harbour and sandy beaches. This charming town boasts the second largest harbour in the world with over 100 miles of coast as well as an18th century Guildhall and medieval merchants house, now both museums. Poole was given county status by Elizabeth 1st, which it kept until the 19th century. This new My Future Living development consists of 25 one bedroom flats and is a stones throw away from the local shops, doctors, post office and bus stop. There are a variety of social activities to get involved in at Barton Lodge including bingo, card nights and fish & chip lunches.
by My Future Living
Independent living, but with the peace of mind that 24-hour support is provided on-site in case of an emergency or if a helping hand is needed.
Recent years has seen the rise of the silver surfer. 89% of retirement seekers expect high-speed WiFi in their retirement home.
Retirees consider a scheme’s garden as the most important retirement scheme facility with 84% voting it as a must have!
29% of retirement seekers told us that a cinema room was a key consideration to their selection process.
Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about Barton Lodge.
It is situated in Poole and is close to popular amenities.
ARCO also known as the Associated Retirement Community Operators aim to improve the standard of retirement living across the UK. They ensure every retirement home offers the highest standard of housing and support to all residents.
Barton Lodge are not currently a member of ARCO. However, rest-assured, our experts have hand-picked all retirement properties to ensure they provide the best level of support for residents.
No - no there are no additional fees at My Future Living
Yes! There are several facilities for you to try, including; a Communal Lounge, which will help you unwind in your new surroundings.
The average cost of purchasing or renting a retirement home varies across the UK. On top of your rental charge or overall purchase price some retirement homes have additional costs such as service charges and ground rent.
Additional retirement home charges to be aware of:
This is often a monthly payment which covers the cost of communal spaces and facilities across a retirement property. For more details on additional charges at Barton Lodge you can contact the team directly or request a brochure.
Most retirement properties have a cost associated with the land your property is built on. There is often a one-off annual fee known as ‘ground rent’ - which usually costs £450 each year.