A rare opportunity to rent this one bedroom ground floor retirement property for over 60’s, with all the added extras of retirement living. The property has had new flooring and a new bathroom fitted. Consisting of entrance hall with airing cupboard, good size living room with floor to ceiling window allowing a light and airy feel, fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units, electric oven, hob and fridge/freezer. Double bedroom with fitted wardrobe, shower room with spacious shower cubicle, W/C, hand basin and heated towel rail. Double glazing and electric heating.
Homeville House consists of 49 flats, and includes mobility and wheelchair access. Resident management staff and careline 24 hour alarm service. Communal lounge which hosts weekly social events including cards, teas, fish and chip nights and much more, laundry room with washing machines and tumble dryers, guest facilities and communal garden, outings organised by residents and house manager. Parking on a first come first serve basis.
Ground charge will be payable on top of the monthly rent.
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