£145,000 Guide Price
The Ericht Court development dates from 2005 and comprises 47 self-contained apartments on 4 floors, served by a lift. There is a secure entry system and communication with the House Manager by intercom. No 50 Ericht Court is a top (third) floor 2- edroom apartment within this attractive apartment complex built by McCarthy &Stone.
50 Ericht Court enjoys the prime position within the development. Located on the south east corner of the complex, there is a deep bay window that provides a wonderful view of the River Ericht and allows the sun to shine into the spacious lounge almost throughout the whole of the day. It is also one of just 3 apartments on the third floor which means that the communal landing is a quiet and private area.
The apartment is carpeted and has electric heating and double glazing and is fitted with a pull cord alarm system linked to the care line manager. There are lovely well maintained communal gardens and private parking beside the apartment building. In all this is an ideal retirement home for those looking to downsize. The property is suitable for applicants 60 years and over, or in the case of a couple one must be 60 and the other over 55.
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