Retirement Homes in Lancaster

Compare retirement homes in Lancaster available to buy or rent.

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From £40,000 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityLancashire, LA1 4ARMcCarthy Stone Resales
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From £178,699 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityLancashire, LA1 4ARMcCarthy Stone
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From £199,999 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityGarstang, PR3 1XFMcCarthy Stone
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From £1,080 Monthly1 bedLiving Type: CommunityLancashire, FY5 2FBMcCarthy Stone
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From £199,000 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityKendal, LA9 6BXMcCarthy Stone
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From £1,184 Monthly1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: VillageLancashire, FY5 5FE Burghley Retirement
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From £254,950 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityKendal, LA9 4TJChurchill Living
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From £89,950 Purchase1 - 2 bedsLiving Type: CommunityPoulton-Le-Fylde, FY6 7XJMcCarthy Stone Resales

Average cost of retirement homes in Lancaster

Average cost to purchase a 1-bedroom property

£40,000

Average cost to purchase a 2-bedroom property

£40,000

Average cost of a 1-bedroom rental property

£722per month

Average cost of a 2-bedroom rental property

£850per month

Frequently asked questions about retirement properties in Lancaster

How many retirement villages are in or near Lancaster?

Retirement villages are a great way to ease yourself into later life. There are 8 senior living villages in - or closeby - to Lancaster.

What retirement communities are in or near Lancaster?

We have 7 retirement communities in or around Lancaster for you to browse, including;

What is the average rental cost of a retirement home in or near Lancaster?

The rental cost of retirement housing will vary, depending on the type of property you're interested in, the on-site facilities available and the location. The average cost to rent a senior property in or closeby to Lancaster is £765 per month.

Where can I buy a retirement home in Lancaster?

Buying a senior home in Lancaster provides you with a greater sense of safety and security in later life. Purchasing a retirement home is a good investment too and there's lots of options for you to choose from in Lancaster. Use our filters above to showcase any properties in Lancaster to buy.

Where can I rent a retirement home in Lancaster?

More retirees than ever before are renting senior housing. Before deciding whether to rent or purchase, you should check the average cost of retirement homes in Lancaster. Alternatively, Lottie's team of retirement experts can help - simply get in touch today. Searching for your new home in Lancaster is easy: use our filters above to browse our listings.

Are Any Retirement Properties in Lancaster A Member Of ARCO (Associate Retirement Community Operators)?

ARCO are the Associate Retirement Community Operators who ensure the retirement homes and properties available to older adults offer a high-standard of living with a range of facilities and activities.

We are not currently partnered with ARCO retirement homes in Lancaster. However, each of our properties have been hand-picked by our later living experts for their luxury on-site facilities, state-of-the-art amenities and flexible purchasing options (purchase, rental or part-rent and part-buy) across a range of property types.

More information about Retirement Homes in Lancaster

Lancaster is a historical city in the North West and home to shops, pubs, restaurants and plenty of local attractions that include galleries and museums. This city also has the benefit of being close to beautiful green spaces, such as Williamson Park and the Forest of Bowland, making it a great place to retire.

You’ll find a variety of retirement homes in Lancaster including apartments, flats and retirement communities. All of our properties have communal facilities like lounges, quiet rooms, on-site bistros and landscaped gardens. Retirement developments like Williamson Court (a property managed by McCarthy Stone) also have the benefit of nearby coffee shops and boutiques, as well as good public transport links to take residents into town.

We know that investing in a retirement property is an important decision, which is why we are here to help every step of the way. Our retirement living guides are a helpful starting point and cover a wide range of topics including the average cost of retirement homes and any additional costs to expect when moving into a later living property like deferred management fees.

If you’re open to exploring areas across Lancashire, we also have retirement living developments in the nearby towns of Carnforth and Morecambe.