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If you are looking for retirement properties to rent in Sevenoaks, or for sale, the village of Dunton Green could be ideal. It lies in the River Darent valley, 3 miles (4.8 km) north of Sevenoaks and was a centre of pottery, tiles and brickmaking from the 17th century onwards.
The village has a thriving community: The Pavilion at the recreation grounds has a community café and classes such as Easy Netball; the Dunton Green Social Club, established in 1907, offers entertainment in the village most weekends including Family Bingo and live music. Along the London Road you’ll find many shops, cafes, and restaurants. There are three pubs serving good food near to the retirement community: The Miners Arms, The Dukes Head, and The Rose and Crown.
The beautiful countryside surrounding this village makes it a mecca for walkers, with plenty of trails including the Darent Valley Path and The North Downs Way, which, if you head east, will eventually take you to the White Cliffs of Dover.
The retirement living development is served by regular buses and coaches to Sevenoaks and the surrounding villages. Dunton Green train station is approximately 0.5 miles away from this retirement housing, with services every 30 mins to London Bridge, Waterloo East and London Charing Cross taking around 40-50 mins.
There's an upcoming retirement property available in Dunton Green, Sevenoaks, Kent. Register now to receive updates. It's an independent living development designed for over 60s, offering one and two-bedroom retirement apartments for sale or rent in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This retirement community is situated in a serene residential area near Dunton Green town center and the railway station. It's close to amenities like The Miner's Arms, a traditional pub, a nearby Tesco Superstore, and the scenic Sevenoaks Wildlife reserve.
McCarthy Stone introduces these properties, providing safe, luxurious, and low-maintenance retirement housing. A friendly on-site manager ensures smooth operations, communal areas like a lounge and beautiful gardens foster socialization, and a hotel-style guest suite is available for visitors. Parking facilities and pet-friendly spaces are offered.
Designed for hassle-free living, this retirement development balances community engagement and privacy. Stylish communal spaces include a well-appointed lounge with free Wi-Fi and a landscaped garden, becoming social hubs for various clubs, events, and gatherings catering to diverse interests.
These retirement homes are intelligently designed for comfort and convenience. They feature fully fitted kitchens, walk-in wardrobes, Sky Q connections, and are energy efficient with safety features like a 24-hour emergency call system, fire detection, and door camera entry.
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Exploring the choice to partially buy and partially rent your retirement residence offers an affordable pathway to relishing the perks of our retirement apartments without fully committing to the purchase price. This approach grants financial flexibility, catering to varying preferences and needs.
This affordable avenue to owning a striking retirement home includes multiple benefits:
Rent is determined at the point of purchase, with an annual rent review pegged to the Retail Price Index (RPI) fluctuations. This review, scheduled in your lease, is subject to RPI movements, ensuring a minimum increase of 0.5%. Given RPI ranges between approximately 1-4% since 2013, registering at 3.3% in March 2018, this equates to a nominal weekly rise of £1.98 for an average £60 per week rent.
Our Stamp Duty calculator provides illustrative figures for the Stamp Duty (SDLT) in England and Northern Ireland, a required tax paid on property purchases. Read more about SDLT and how it works.
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