Hanover Court in Penrith offers 20 apartments with shared gardens, access to a 24 hour alarm call system and private car parking facilities. An estate manager oversees buildings and grounds maintenance plus repairs, as well as helping with access to further help and support if required.
Located on the edge of Penrith, the properties are close to local shops and amenities. There's a regular bus service into the pretty market town of Keswick, just a 40 minute journey away. Social events include regular coffee mornings and trips out to places of interest in the local area.
Penrith was once the capital of Cumbria. Today this active town is the hub of the Eden Valley, attracting many tourists to the area. It is now an important shopping centre, with a good mix of traditional shops and sophisticated arcades. The main high street has many old yard entrances with interesting inscriptions on the lintels.
The surrounding area
Now a large town acting as a regional centre for the Lake District, Penrith lies just outside the National Park. Its position en route to and from Scotland resulted in its development as a military centre. Penrith itself offers ancient castles, historic streets, specialist shops, Skirsgill Hall arboretum as well as a golf club and sports centre.
The development is conveniently situated just off the A592, near junction 40 of the M6, Regular bus services run to nearby Carlisle, Workington and Kendal - plus the town is served by a mainline station with frequent trains running into Manchester, Birmingham and London Euston.
Distance to GP: 1 miles
Distance to shop: 0.25 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.25 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles