Find Retirement Housing Near Me

Search and compare retirement properties in your local area

5 of 5
  1. Purchase Types
    For Rent
    From £510 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: HousingBarnstaple, EX31 3BUFremington Homes
  2. Purchase Types
    For Rent
    From £510 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: HousingBarnstaple, EX32 0NHFremington Homes
  3. Purchase Types
    For Rent
    From £510 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: HousingBarnstaple, EX31 1EHFremington Homes
  4. Purchase Types
    For Rent
    From £1,985 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: HousingGuildford, GU1 2JHAbbeyfield Wey Valley Society
  5. Purchase Types
    For Sale
    From £650,000 Purchase2 bedLiving Type: HousingReigate, RH2 0QNBeechcroft

Frequently Asked Questions About Retirement Housing

What is the difference between retirement housing and sheltered accommodation?

Both retirement living and sheltered housing allow older adults to live independently. However a higher level of support is provided at sheltered accommodation and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

What types of retirement properties are available?

There are a range of later living homes available across the UK. This includes retirement homes, apartments and bungalows. As well as purpose built retirement communities and villages, exclusively designed for over 55 living.

What support is available with retirement housing?

The level of support available at each later living home varies with each retirement living operator. However most retirement housing schemes provide a warden or property manager, communal spaces, laundry facilities and property maintenance support.

What are the advantages of retirement housing schemes?

Retirement living properties offer older adults support in a flexible way and when they need it most. The support and additional services available at each retirement village or community varies across the country, meaning there's plenty of choice to find the perfect later living home for you.

More Information About Retirement Housing

Retirement homes are purpose built developments exclusively for adults aged 55 and over. If you're looking for security and safety later in life, whilst living independently, retirement housing schemes may be the perfect later living option for you.

There are a number of later living properties to choose from including retirement homes, retirement villages and retirement communities - all with options to rent or purchase.

Investing in a retirement home is a big decision. That’s why our experts have created helpful retirement living guides rounding up the average cost of retirement homes, the best rental properties and much more.