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Rental Options now available at Gifford Lea

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Inspired Villages has launched a rental option at Gifford Lea; one of the first operators of retirement villages to specifically provide this alternative.

Recognising national trends, more rental retirement housing is required to meet current and future demands.

Renters at Gifford Lea will benefit from a fixed service charge with utilities included.

Gifford Lea aims to ease the stress of running a home. It is all about choice and flexibility. Rental, delayed completion and guest suites, all allow retirees to 'try before you buy'. Rental is just another way Gifford Lea is expanding to meet the needs of a changing market.

Renters will be able to experience all the benefits that the Tattenhall site has to offer including the eagerly-awaited clubhouse and wellness spa. The stunning new facilities will include a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, treatment suite and relaxation spaces. Also opening soon is a brasserie, a garden room, library and beauty salon.

James Cobb, Director at Inspired Villages, comments: 'We are proud to offer the option to rent for the very first time. We want more people to embrace the lifestyle that is on offer at Gifford Lea'.

For further information CLICK HERE.

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