Sheltered housing in Stretford

Supporting you to age well

Stretford, in the north of the borough, is close to the landmarks of Trafford Town Hall, Lancashire County Cricket Club and Manchester United Football Club. It’s flanked by Longford Park, the largest community park in Trafford. Stretford has good shopping facilities with the main shopping centre undergoing a £2 million refurbishment. Stretford is also well served with good transport links on the A56 with a regular bus service to Manchester and Altrincham and a Metrolink station. 

We have a number of sheltered schemes in Stretford, 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.

Clyne Court

Clyne Court is one of our smaller schemes, with one and two-bedroomed homes all of which have been refurbished and benefit from fitted kitchens and walk-in showers. Communal features include a large lounge and dining room with laundry facilities, a well-maintained garden and a guest bedroom for family to use for short stays.  Please contact Janice Harden on 0161 872 8840.

 

Lostock Court

Lostock Court, in the Lostock area of Trafford, is only a two-minute drive from the Trafford Centre. There are also local shopping facilities close by. Lostock Court has spacious apartments and bungalows situated around a central courtyard with pleasant gardens and a fish pond. Lostock Court has refurbished communal facilities a residents’ lounge and dining room, with a kitchen, laundry, and a well maintained garden. Please contact Elaine Leary on 0161 748 2624.

 

Pavilion Lodge

Pavilion Lodge is located within a residential community close to Lancashire Cricket Ground. Residents at Pavillion Lodge run their own lunch club and regular social activities for residents and members of the local community. Pavilion Lodge has 32 sheltered apartments, as well as 42 apartments linked to the Scheme Manager service, which operates a round-the-clock emergency response service. Pavilion offers superfast WIFI and communal computer facilities, a hair salon and wellbeing facility, an extended lounge and laundry. There is also a guest bedroom for residents’ families to make short stays. Please contact Elizabeth Smart on 0161 860 7914.

 

Victoria Court

Victoria Court, in Stretford town centre, is close to local facilities including Victoria Park and Stretford Mall. The scheme has 34 spacious apartments around a central courtyard. Apartments have their own lounge and kitchen, along walk-in showers and a secure fob entry system. Communal features include a large lounge and dining area with a kitchen, laundry facilities and an award-winning garden. Please contact Beverley Cannon on 0161 865 7363.

 

Vine Court

Vine Court is close to local facilities including Mersey Valley and is only a short walk from Stretford Mall. All 29 apartments have been refurbished in recent years and benefit from fitted kitchens, walk-in showers and secure fob entry system. Communal features include a large lounge and dining room, with a kitchen and a small 'quiet' lounge, laundry facilities and a well maintained private garden area with a patio, gazebo and planted beds. Please contact Tony Daly on 0161 865 7806.

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