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Search and compare retirement communities in your local area.

10 of 50+
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    From £1,065 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: CommunitySouth Shields, NE34 0DQMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,140 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: CommunityLeek, ST13 6LYMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,300 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: CommunityBenllech, LL74 8TPMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,320 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: CommunityRedditch, B97 4AYMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,340 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: CommunityFiley, YO14 9FDMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,405 Monthly1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityNorfolk, NR12 9FZMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,415 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: CommunityMiddlewich, CW10 9RLMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,440 Monthly1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunitySouthampton, SO15 5SBMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,455 Monthly1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityBingley, BD16 2BBMcCarthy Stone
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    From £1,520 Monthly2 bedLiving Type: CommunityDarlington, DL3 7BFMcCarthy Stone

Frequently Asked Questions About Retirement Communities

What are the advantages of living in a retirement community?

A major benefit of retirement communities is the opportunity to socialise and connect with others later in life. With lots of communal and shared spaces, organised activities and events, retirement communities encourage residents to try new activities and build friendships later in life.

How much are retirement communities?

The cost of retirement properties vary across the country and will vary depending on the retirement community operator, location, property size, onsite facilities and whether you decide to rent or buy.

Can anyone live in a retirement community?

Those aged 55 and over, partially or fully retired are able to live in a retirement community. Retirement communities are designed to encourage older adults to connect with like minded individuals later in life.

More information about Retirement Communities

Retirement communities provide a strong sense of belonging. Socialising and staying connected to others are at the heart of our senior communities and each development offers its own unique lifestyle and benefits.

When searching for later living properties it’s important to consider all your housing options, such as retirement villages and sheltered housing.

To help you choose the best retirement community, our experts have created helpful retirement living guides; breaking down the cost of retirement homes in the UK and rounding up some of the very best rental retirement properties.