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Moving house during your retirement years can be a daunting prospect; that’s why Churchill Retirement Living says it is offering to pay stamp duty and help towards moving costs for people in Shaftesbury who are looking for a brand new retirement apartment this Christmas.

The stamp duty paid offer, available for a limited time only at Churchill’s new Hardy Lodge, also includes a free removals service, £500 towards legal fees, £1,000 towards estate agent fees, and a free downsizing advice service. The offer is for legal completions made on or before 18th December 2019, at selected developments and apartments only, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. For full terms and conditions see churchillretirement.co.uk/terms-and-conditions/.

Caroline Haswell, Regional Marketing Manager for Churchill Retirement Living, says: ‘Making a move during your retirement years can be daunting, and the costs involved can be an obstacle in these uncertain times. Our Stamp Duty Paid offer takes this problem away, giving a helping hand so it couldn’t be easier to secure and move into your dream retirement property. Take advantage of it now and you could be enjoying a new life in the heart of town in time for Christmas.’

Hardy Lodge on Coppice Street is a stylish collection of brand new one and two bedroom retirement apartments available to buy now. Each apartment has been designed exclusively for those in their retirement years and has a number of safety and security features, such as a 24 hour emergency call line and a video entry system, for complete peace of mind.

There is also a Lodge Manager, who oversees the running of the development, and a warm, sociable Owners’ Lounge to enjoy a catch up with like-minded neighbours.

To find out more, call 01747 244 341 or visit the Show Complex, open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Alternatively visit churchillretirement.co.uk

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