1 Bedroom Apartment for sale in Brielen Court, Radcliffe Ont Rent
* FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT * LARGE LOUNGE DINER * FITTED KITCHEN * 1 DOUBLE BEDROOM * REFITTED SHOWER ROOM * COMMUNAL CAR PARKING * OCCUPIERS OVER 55'S ONLY * CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION * NO UPWARD CHAIN * LEASEHOLD *A fine example of a one double bedroomed retirement apartment located on the first floor of this purpose built McCarthy & Stone Development, offered for sale on a Leasehold basis exclusively for the over 55's and set within the heart of Radcliffe on Trent within walking distance of the local shops, amenities and public transport with a bus stop just outside on Bingham Road.. The apartment is offered to the market with no upward chain and has internal accommodation comprising a spacio... Read more
* FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT * LARGE LOUNGE DINER * FITTED KITCHEN * 1 DOUBLE BEDROOM * REFITTED SHOWER ROOM * COMMUNAL CAR PARKING * OCCUPIERS OVER 55'S ONLY * CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION * NO UPWARD CHAIN * LEASEHOLD *
A fine example of a one double bedroomed retirement apartment located on the first floor of this purpose built McCarthy & Stone Development, offered for sale on a Leasehold basis exclusively for the over 55's and set within the heart of Radcliffe on Trent within walking distance of the local shops, amenities and public transport with a bus stop just outside on Bingham Road..
The apartment is offered to the market with no upward chain and has internal accommodation comprising a spacious entrance hall with cloaks cupboard, large open plan lounge diner, walk-in storage and airing cupboard, fitted kitchen with recently replaced oven & hob, one double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and refitted shower room.
Communal facilities within the development include beautiful landscaped gardens, car parking, shelter and charging bays for electric scooters, in house live in manager, lounge and kitchen for socialising, fully equipped laundry and a guest suite available to hire.
Communal Foyer - A security door with intercom system gives access to the development itself and all the communal areas including the lift and staircase rising to the first floor. The hallway extends to No. 24 with a wooden panelled front door leading into the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - Having a double mirrored fronted cloaks cupboard, emergency pull cord and secure entry intercom system, wall cupboard housing the electric meter, coved ceiling, loft hatch, smoke alarm, doors to the shower room, bedroom and living room.
Living Room - 5.66m x 3.15m (18'7" x 10'4") - A large reception room combining both the lounge and dining areas having a window to rear, feature fireplace with tiled hearth, timber surround and electric fire fitted, tv and cable connections, coved ceiling, tv, cable and phone connections, emergency pull cord, several wall lights, electric storage heater and a large walk-in storage/airing cupboard with light, shelving, hot water cylinder with electric immersion, alarm panel and fuse board. Glazed double doors from the living room open into the kitchen.
Kitchen - 2.24m x 2.18m (7'4" x 7'2") - Fully tiled to the walls, the kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets and drawers finished with rolled top worktops, surfaces having downlights and a stainless steel sink, recently replaced Neff stainless steel eye level oven with ceramic electric hob with extractor above, two further appliance spaces ideal for larder fridge and freezer if required, coved ceiling, wood effect vinyl floor, emergency pull cord, electric wall fan heater and a window to front with a pleasant outlook over the communal gardens.
Bedroom - 4.67m including wardrobes x 2.69m (15'4" including - A good sized double bedroom with a run of built-in wardrobes having bi-fold mirrored doors, coved ceiling, wall lights, electric storage heater, phone extension point and window to rear.
Shower Room - 2.18m x 1.57m (7'2" x 5'2") - The original bathroom has been fully refurbished to a more practical and modern shower room, tiled to the walls and having a modern three piece white suite with chrome fittings including a high seated wc, wash basin with mixer tap inset to a vanity unit with mirror and combined wall light and shaver point above, double shower with sliding glazed enclosure and a chrome thermostatic shower fitment, seat fitted to the wall if required and grab rails, coved ceiling, electric heated towel rail, extractor fan and a wall fan heater, obscure window to front.
Brielen Court - The Brielen Court developments offers a number of communal facilities including a lounge and dining area with kitchenette off, laundry with washing machines, tumble dryers and ironing equipment. Within the complex there is also the benefit of a guest suite which is available to be booked out by residents for their visiting guests.
Outside - This purpose built complex is situated in the heart of Radcliffe set back from the established Bingham Road. A paved forecourt leads upto the main door with secure entry and intercom system. To the rear of the building there is a large car park with ample spaces available on a first come first served basis plus additional spaces for visitors. The communal gardens are fully maintained and beautifully landscaped incorporating shaped lawns, well stocked borders and seating areas enclosed by wrought iron railings. Benefits from a ground floor position with immediate access from the living room in to the main communal gardens also having its own paved patio area.
Communal Gardens - The communal gardens are fully maintained and beautifully landscaped incorporating shaped lawns, well stocked borders and seating areas enclosed by wrought iron railings.
Radcliffe On Trent - Radcliffe on Trent has a wealth of amenities including a good range of shops, doctors, dentists, schooling for all ages, restaurants and public houses, a golf club, bowls club and regular bus and train services. The village is conveniently located for commuting to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester via A52 and A46, M1 South and A1 North plus East Midlands airport.
Council Tax - We are led to believe by Rushcliffe Borough Council the property falls into Council Tax Band B.
Viewings - By appointment with Richard Watkinson & Partners.
Service Charges - The development was built in 1998. The apartment is offered on a Leasehold basis with a 99 year Lease granted in 1998. A secure intercom entry system links to 24 hour emergency Careline Assistance. A lift accesses all floors. An annual maintenance/service charge of approx. £2,191.02 p.a (August 2018) is payable to First Port (Peveril), this covers the upkeep of the communal areas, gardens, water rates, window cleaning and building insurance. In addition a ground rent of £275.00 p.a is payable to E&M Management Services.
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