This development has 40 one and two bed apartments with a guest room for visiting friends and family. Activities at Rostherne Court include lunches out and social evenings making this a very happy and inclusive community.
You won’t have to worry about buildings and grounds maintenance or repairs as an on-site manager looks after these points, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it.
Around the town
Hale village is a suburb of Altrincham, a market town. The Stamford Quarter is one of the town's main shopping centres, offers a mix of major high street brands, department stores and independent retailers.
Further along George Street, Grafton Mall has undergone major refurbishment works and includes a new hotel plus a live jazz bar and restaurant.
History and culture
Altrincham has two theatres named the Garrick Playhouse and the Club. The local leisure centre provides sports and a modern health and fitness club. Stamford Park, off Moss Lane, is a short walk away providing a tranquil setting. It has a duck pond, plenty of seating and crown green bowling on certain days.
The Old Market Place is thought to stand on the site of the original town settlement. Now a registered conservation area, it consists of a series of part timber-framed buildings.
Where we are
Rostherne Court is on Brown Street, just off the A538 Hale Road. The M56 is easily accessible via the A56. The nearby Hale railway station has regular services to Chester and Manchester Piccadilly.
Regular bus services provide routes to all areas of Trafford as well as Manchester, Stockport and Warrington. The Metrolink system runs from Altrincham to Bury linking with Manchester city centre, Salford and Eccles.
Manchester airport is only 4 miles away and is also served by bus links from Altrincham.
Distance to GP: 1 miles
Distance to shop: 0.22 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.22 miles
Distance to Post Office: 1 miles