Rowan Court consists of 61 one and two bedroom Later Living apartments, situated in town of Thirsk, North Yorkshire.
Rowan Court benefits from the proximity to the beautiful countryside of the Yorkshire Dales, and access to public transport serving the surrounding areas including Northallerton; York; Ripon; Easingwold; Harrogate and Pickering. There are local bus stops providing regular transport to Thirsk town centre, and a railway station is located in Charlton Miniot.
Rowan Court's landscaped grounds are particularly extensive, measuring over half an acre. The gardens, which won ‘Silver Gilt' in the New Homes Garden Awards, include a manicured lawn outside the residents' lounge, a seating area, and plenty of plants for colour and interest.
Why choose a Later Living apartment
Think of a lifestyle stripped of all those annoying time-consuming chores.
That’s McCarthy & Stone Later Living.
With Later Living you can enjoy your independence in an environment that offers companionship, privacy and security.
There are facilities like the Lounge to socialise with other homeowners and your own high quality, purpose-built apartment which is your own private space.
And when you have your friends or relatives over, there’s our convenient guest accommodation.
All our developments feature a 24 hour state-of-the-art security system and are run by a dedicated House Manager, so complete peace-of-mind is guaranteed.
The external maintenance, gardening and landscaping is taken care of.
It’s much more than a retirement apartment - it really is life made easy.
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The local area
Nestled close to the Yorkshire Dales National Park and within 5 miles of the North Yorkshire Moors, Thirsk boasts some of the most picturesque scenery in the area.
Being a bustling market town Thrisk is often known as the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales and closely associated with James Herriot, the famous vet/author.
Thirsk was the inspiration for the fictional town of Darrowby in his popular books and television series "All Creatures Great and Small". Thirsk has plenty of local shops, a weekly market and a monthly Farmers' Market, as well as a range of facilities such as the RuralArts.Org providing arts, crafts and educational classes which are open to everyone, a leisure centre with swimming pool as well as local cinema and several museums.