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Particularly spacious and well presented upper flat in a small retirement development situated in a sought after area with nearby bus services running regularly to the City Centre. This is a well presented property boasting a pleasant outlook across the attractive communal gardens. It forms part of a popular development managed by Bield Housing, which provides a secure environment for its residents, who can enjoy their independence with peace of mind knowing that assistance can be provided if required. Please note a single occupier should have reached the age of 60, or for a couple one person should be 60 and the other at least 55. At the time of marketing, the monthly marketing fee is £88.The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with cupboard and loft storage, bay windowed living/dining room, fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, each with a mirrored wardrobe, modern shower-room, double glazing, electric heating, security entryphone system, on-site House Manager and 24 hour call line service/emergency pull cords, attractively landscaped communal grounds and private residents’ parking.
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