£230,000 Offers over
Commanding delightful views over the landscaped courtyard to the mature gardens beyond, apartment 55 is an outstanding 1 bedroom apartment within a custom built McCarthy &Stone Assisted Living Development. Specifically designed for the over 70s the development offers the opportunity to continue to live independently with the security of care staff on hand 24 hours per day. Features include home cooked lunches in the restaurant, a beautifully appointed communal lounge, sun lounge and a wonderful roof terrace. A hairdressing salon within the complex, large fully equipped laundry room and a guest suite are just some of the additional benefits available. Each apartment features a two way speak system, emergency pull cords and hand height power points. Flat 55 is light, spacious and in immaculate order throughout. The sitting/diningroom has a French Window giving access to a Parisian style balcony, the contemporary kitchen comes complete appliances, the large double bedroom as excellent fitted wardrobes and the bathroom features both a bath and a wet showerroom area. Early viewing of this luxury retirement flat is highly recommended.
Viewing by appointment contact Lindsays 0131 229 4040
EPC rate C
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