Gwyneth Morley Court, Wilmslow
Church Road, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 3LT
Call free on 0808 102 4069
Welcome to Gwyneth Morley Court, Wilmslow
At Gwyneth Morley Court retirement housing scheme in Handforth, we offer 10 one bedroom and 39 studio purpose-built properties for rent for people over the age of 55.
The property is situated close to Handforth village and has excellent transport links to Wilmslow and Stockport. The local shops are within walking distance and include supermarkets, a post office, hairdressers and cafes. There is a doctor's surgery with a chemist and clinic next door. Other local amenities include a sports centre, a cinema and a shopping centre.
We understand that sometimes you like to be alone and at other times you may want to be more sociable. Our properties give you that freedom. At Gwyneth Morley Court we run social activities including bingo, day trips and film nights.
You will not need to worry about maintenance and repairs or gardening upkeep as we take care of those. We provide a wide range of facilities, including a communal lounge, a guest room, a garden with seating area, an on-site laundry and 18 parking spaces.
What can we help with?
Want to arrange a visit?
We encourage visits to Gwyneth Morley Court so you can meet the manager and get a feel of what it would be like to live here. You will be able to look around, meet other residents, find out what goes on and ask any questions you may have.
0808 102 4069
Find out more about costs and availability
For the most up to date information on availability at Gwyneth Morley Court, our current charges and fees, or to discuss your personal circumstances, please contact us. Our team are here to help answer your questions and provide you with all the information you need to make a considered decision about your future home.Contact us
Life at Gwyneth Morley Court
At Gwyneth Morley Court sheltered housing scheme, we offer purpose-built and well-maintained rented accommodation for people over the age of 55.
Your home will be completely self-contained with your own front door allowing the privacy and independence you expect. It will be easy to maintain, and you will be able to give your new home a personal touch and decorate and furnish it as you wish.
Your kitchen will have fully-fitted units. There will be storage space and lounge and bedroom areas.
Many of the people who live in our properties have arranged broadband and digital or satellite TV and most properties have a telephone point.
You will want to feel safe in your new home and that’s why each of our properties is fitted with an emergency alarm.
Anchor endeavour to be completely transparent about all our charges and fees. Below is indicative pricing to act as a guide to the costs at Gwyneth Morley Court, Wilmslow. For further information please contact us.
How much does it cost?
Retirement properties for rent
Your monthly fee will range from £485.63 and normally includes your rent, service charge, heating, hot water and water rates.
What is included in rental fees?
Our service charge covers all the cost of amenities you share with your neighbours, including the scheme manager service, our 24-hour emergency call service (Anchorcall), repairs and maintenance, window cleaning, gardening and the cleaning of communal areas.
Your local council will be able to advise you about getting help paying your rent and service charge through housing benefit. They will also be able to tell you if they will be paying a grant to us to meet or contribute towards the support cost elements of our services to you.
Our retirement properties have a real community feel where people interact with their neighbours, families and friends, continuing to do all the things they love. Our rented housing locations plan and organise a wide range of activities and events tailored to the interests of the people living in them. Events are varied and many of our rented housing locations choose to set up social committees to include everyone in the planning of communal events and activities.
|Gentle exercise||Knit & natter|
Reviews and opinions (1)Write a review
My mum moved into Gwyneth Morley Court in August 2013 shortly after the death of my father. Leaving the family home after 30 years, following the death of a loved one and in poor health is probably one of the hardest things that anyone has to face in later life. Had it not been for the compassion an … Read more