Sale was rated the fourth-best place to live in the country in a recent poll. Sale boasts a huge amount of green space and woodland, such as Sale Water Park, Walton Park and Worthington Park. The town’s Waterside Arts centre hosts dozens of concerts and exhibitions all year round, with many local residents even taking part in the annual pantomime.
There is also a relaxed shopping centre with independent and high street shops. Sale is well-served with transport links on the A56 with a regular bus service to Manchester and Altrincham and a Metrolink station in the town centre.
We have a number of sheltered schemes in Sale, each with the peace of mind of pull cords, an on-site manager and additional support from TrustCare. Each spacious development offers independent living in a secure environment.
Fiona Gardens has 71 prestigious apartments in central Sale for those aged 55 and over. Each apartment gives you complete privacy and independence, yet our friendly communal spaces and open courtyard give you the opportunity to make new friends and socialise with your neighbours.
Each apartment is fitted with carpets and decorated throughout, as well as a fitted kitchen, level access shower/wet room, underfloor heating and a Warden call system. Fiona Gardens promotes independent living for people with a variety of support or care needs, and benefits from carers on site 24-hours a day to respond to emergency calls and CCTV is fitted in communal areas. There is an enclosed garden area and central courtyard ideal for those long summer days. All facilities at Fiona Gardens are level-access and easily accessible for people with disabilities. Please contact Trevor Bygrave on 0161 968 0281.
Ashbourne & Buxton Crescent, in Sale Moor, has 60 one-bedroom bungalows and apartments with recently renovated kitchens and bathrooms. First floor apartments have a balcony, giving a private space to sit outdoors or do gardening. All of our residents can also enjoy the communal gardens. All properties have smoke alarms, central heating and built-in wardrobes. Please contact Steve Swift on 0161 973 8494.
Bramhall Close is at the heart of a lively community, within easy access to Sale Moor Village and a well-served bus route into Sale or Atrincham. Bramhall Close has bungalows set around a gardened area. There is also a refurbished communal building with a lounge, dining room and laundry facilities. Please contact Liz Valentine on 0161 973 8494.
New Hey Court is a recently refurbished scheme, which is bright and modern. Located within a short walking distance of Sale Town Centre, New Hey Court is the ideal scheme if you like to get out and about, as Metrolink and bus services offer regular transport into Manchester and Altrincham. This is one of our smaller housing schemes with one and two-bedroomed apartments with fitted kitchens and walk-in showers. There is a communal lounge and dining area with laundry facilities and a guest bedroom for family members to use. Please contact Michele Fitzpatrick on 0161 962 0106.
Townscroft Lodge is a popular sheltered housing scheme located on the edge of Ashton-on-Mersey. Townscroft lodge is made up of 52 homes, including one-bedroomed apartments and two-storey duplexes. All properties have fitted kitchens bathrooms with walk-in showers. Please contact Karen Riley on 0161 962 0125.
Manor Court is close to the attractive village of Ashton-on-Mersey, close to bus stops and a Metrolink station. Manor Court has 52 apartments, including 46 one-bedroom and 6 two-bedroom apartments. Each apartment has a bedroom, a walk-in shower, fitted kitchen, living room and a balcony. The sheltered housing scheme is close to churches, shops, cafes and pubs in Ashton-on-Mersey village. Please contact Stuart Langridge on 0161 973 2286.
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Trafford Housing Trust introduces new procurement portal for suppliers
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Trafford Housing Trust pledges to support armed forces
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