People are invited to experience and view everything on offer at Button House in Hackbridge, as the team from Brio Retirement Living – part of Places for People – are set to host four consecutive open day weekends – starting on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May.
The events will give people a chance to see what life is really like at a Brio integrated retirement community, and to look around the new collection of 80 stylish apartments – situated over four floors and accessible by lift and stairs – featuring a range of beautiful one and two-bedroom homes all suitably designed for those over the age of 65. Each home comes with a private and spacious balcony, plus a range of exciting onsite facilities including a fitness studio, the exclusive Slate & Grain brasserie, bar and coffee lounge, a community hub and more.
Customers are encouraged to bring friends, family and even their pets to join them on the day to share in the experience, and can simply book their chosen slot online at here or via phone on 0208 773 2838. Guests will be welcomed by the friendly, professional team at Button House and treated to refreshments as they experience and hear all about the homes and array of facilities on offer. In addition to viewing the homes, customers will be able to see the facilities on offer, meet homeowners living at Button House and will be invited to ask any questions on any subject from understanding the wellbeing and care options on offer to the buying or rental options available.
Places for People’s Director of Operations at Brio Retirement Living, Karl Hallows, explains: “Button House is a fabulous place to enjoy modern retirement as it should be, and what better place to do that than the pretty South London suburb of Hackbridge. We want to open our doors not just to showcase what’s on offer, but to also give people considering a move into a new home for their retirement a chance to look around on a weekend that suits them and to speak directly to those already living at Button House - which is a great way to ensure customers are happy from the very start of their retirement journey.”
Button House has been acknowledged in the acclaimed What House awards – winning an award in the Best Retirement Development category – where judges commented how “well-planned” and “superbly executed” Button House is. Judges also noted that the development “oozes style” and has the ‘wow’ factor, thanks to a “good-looking exterior and chic communal terrace and attractive interior.”
Button House apartments come with plenty of storage, as well as high-specification quality kitchens and bathrooms, and room layouts that promote space, natural light and have been future proofed to avoid any future adaptations to accommodate any increase support or care. Each home also comes with a built-in direct communication line to onsite staff if required.
An assisted living provision means that customers will benefit from Brio colleagues on site 24/7, a team who can help with everything; from pet care, providing meals, to the collection of prescriptions, to attending medical appointments or a friendly face saying hello each day. A discreet, personal care service is also available, with dedicated team members onsite to help you when you need them.
Karl continues: “The well-thought-out provision of amenities that provide customers with a safe and secure environment in which they can live life to the full, is really important to us and our homeowners. This is an inclusive community which provides so much to ensure a happy and fulfilled retirement and all based in beautiful surroundings. We can’t wait to share everything that’s on offer here.”
Customers will also enjoy the great location at Button House with the pretty open green space of Beddington Park, where the River Wandle runs through, just a short walk away. A couple of miles up the road is neighbouring Sutton which has two indoor shopping centres, a bustling high street, Sutton’s library, and all the main supermarkets. It’s also home to the renowned Royal Marsden Hospital and a satellite of the Moorfields Eye Hospital. For those who love getting into the city – the centre of London is only 25 minutes away by train and if travelling abroad, Gatwick is a convenient 17 miles away.
Brio Retirement Living is offering visitors dedicated time slots at their open weekends being held on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May, and throughout June on the following weekends of 4 and 5, 11 and 12 and 18 and 19 of June. Appointments can be made from 10am – 12 noon, 1pm – 3pm or a later visit time of 4pm - 6pm, leaving plenty of time to explore what the beautiful area of Hackbridge has to offer too.
For further information, visit here or call 0208 773 2838.
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We want to open our doors not just to showcase what’s on offer, but to also give people considering a move into a new home for their retirement a chance to look around on a weekend that suits them and to speak directly to those already living at Button House.