Stone Arch Retirement Village
Stone Arch is a retirement village in Northern Cyprus, the retirement project will be built in three locations in Bogaz, Iskele and Lefkosa (Nicosia) and consists the residential units with stylish two and three-bedroom purpose built homes, sheltered units with wardens, available to rent, or long lease, each designed with uncompromising focus on quality and comfort, There will also be ‘Short Stay Guest Homes/Rooms’ for the residents’ visitors.
The Retirement Village will be built on approx. 50,000 square meters plato land in three (3) phases all infrastructure and services to be completed in Phase I with the following facilities.
- Internet Café
- Medical Centre
- Large Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Pool Bar
- Landscaped Gardens with Gazebo
- Indoor Heated Pool Jacuzzi
- Wellness Centre
- Spa, Massage Room
- Tennis Court
- Crown Bowls Green
- Offsite Parking for all vehicles
- Pedicure/Manicure Facility
- Library Book Exchange
- Mini Golf
- Allotments available to rent
- Electric buggies on site
Facility Development & Operations
The Stone-Arch retirement village will be developed by:
- Malcolm Weeks Northern Cyprus Development Ltd
- Cennetoğlu & Sons (Construction Company)
- Other partners
In collaboration with;
- Near East University Hospital
- Care Management (UK based and registered care service provider)
- Local Cyprus based care provider.
The retirement village will offer an independent lifestyle, state-of-the-art care, recreational & leisure facilities and the opportunity to be part of a community of like-minded people. Stone Arch in partnership with the Near East University Hospital will provide high-quality health care services to the residents.
Level of Support
- Onsite Nursing
- 24hr Medical Alert External
- Personal Care Internal
- Visiting Medical Services
- Transitional Care
- Gym, Rehab or Wellness Centre
- Occupational Therapy
- 24hr Onsite Staff
- Secure Garden
- Workshops, IT & Library
- Available Aged Care Beds
- Supported Living
- Ageing In Place
- Low Care
- Prestige Care
- High Care
- Secure Dementia
- Transitional Care
- Respite Care
- Day Care
The $1.3 million project, proposed by Westbrook developer John Chase of Chase Custom Homes, will be on 38.3 acres off Route 302 just north of the town line with Westbrook. The property, a former campground, crosses over the Falmouth town line for Highland Lake frontage.
The site plan designed by engineer Jeff Amos of Terradyn Consultants in New Gloucester was first introduced in late 2019 and went through several revisions last year before the Planning Board gave the developer a six-month extension in August.
“The big change here is that it’s going to be split into two phases now,” Town Planner Jennifer Curtis said Monday night.
The first phase was approved Monday night and includes the construction of 60 residential units. Once completed, the developer can return to the Planning Board for approval of the second phase, which includes six mixed-use units for residential and commercial use. There will also be a clubhouse, a shared dock on Highland Lake and walking trails throughout the property.
Benefits of Choosing Northern Cyprus & Stone Arch
- Better climate, good weather,
- Better lifestyle and quality of life
- Better “bang for your buck” with cheaper currency
- Affordable, Cheaper cost of living
- Better health care options
The main reason for the delays was concerns from the Plannin