St Andrew Place in York has a range of retirement properties surrounded by landscaped gardens. The estate is situated centrally, providing good access to all the town’s amenities.
You won’t have to worry about buildings and grounds maintenance or repairs as an estate manager looks after these points.
York is renowned for its medieval city walls and architecture, plus a wealth of attractions such as the National Railway Museum. With its rich ancient history, iconic Minster and quaint cobbled streets, it’s the perfect place to live.
The city centre contains a mix of smaller independent boutiques and all the high street names. For tasty local produce try Newgate Market or the regular Farmers' Market on Parliament Street. Betty's Tea Room is ideal for lunch or afternoon tea in elegant surroundings.
Out and About
A Park and Ride bus serves the York Designer Outlet for famous label fashion at great prices. Or you may wish to explore the daily open air market, which has over 100 stalls.
The Theatre Royal, established in 1744, produces all year round theatrical shows. The Grand Opera House and Joseph Rowntree Theatre also offer a variety of productions.
York Racecourse offers great race days at one of Yorkshire's most famous sporting venues.
The A64 provides the main link to the motorway network, linking York to both the A1(M) and the M1. The M62 is less than 20 miles away, for routes to Manchester and Liverpool.
York railway station has many services, including those to London, Newcastle and Edinburgh and the seaside town of Scarborough.
Distance to GP: 0.28 miles
Distance to shop: 0.22 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.22 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.22 miles