2 Bedroom Retirement Flat £500,000

2 beds
2 bathrooms
1 reception

About this property

**CHAIN FREE** A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase this one owner from new FIRST FLOOR CORNER PLOT APARTMENT on the exclusive McCarthy And Stone Retirement Plus development. Boasting TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, WALK IN SHOWER ROOM plus ADDITIONAL BATHROOM. Featuring a Dual aspect southerly and westerly living room which faces John Lewis and the Campus. Large hallway and plenty of storage solutions. Ample visitors parking and the sale offers PRIVATE PARKING. A safe environment and a must view property to appreciate the quaint development and wonderful home. A short stroll will see you in the City Centre where you will find the mainline station serving Kings Cross. For convenience, doctors, dentist and the library are within walking distance, Waitrose is just around the corner. Energy rating B.
ABOUT PEEL COURT-Peel Court is one of McCarthy & Stones Retirement Living PLUS range and is facilitated to provide it's homeowners with extra care, if needed, offering thoughtfully-designed, low-maintenance, private apartments in prime locations with communal areas for socialising, including a chef-run restaurant. Our dedicated on-site team, led by our Estates Manager, provide tailored care packages, so you only ever have to pay for the help you actually use. The Estates Manager is on hand to manage the day to day running of the development and attend to any queries you may have. Within the service charge homeowners are allocated 1 hours domestic assistance per week, however, additional hours can be arranged by prior appointment. There are a range of personal care packages to suit your requirements - these are provided by the onsite CQC registered care agency. For your reassurance the development is fitted with 24-Hour CCTV and a secure entry system. The development has a homeowners' lounge for socialising with friends and family and, for your convenience, an onsite restaurant with freshly cooked meals provided everyday. It is a condition of purchase that residents must meet the age requirement of 70 years or of age or over.-
ENTRANCE LOBBY-Secure entry, managers office and reception. Residents lounge and restaurant. Lifts to all floors. -
APARTMENT ENTRANCE-All Rooms leading off. Large oversized hallway and window to side elevation.-
LIVING ROOM-6.10m x 3.30m (20' x 10' 10") Dual aspect views over the campus with a south and westerly view. Three sash windows with fitted blinds. -
KITCHEN-A large range of wall and base units. Integrated oven and inset induction hob. Integrated fridge/ Freezer. Bosch washing machine, dishwasher and freestanding freezer which can be included in the sale. Window to the side elevation and blind. -
BEDROOM ONE-4.80m x 2.88m (15' 9" x 9' 5") Sash window with views over the campus, fitted blind. Walk in wardrobe with shelving. -
BEDROOM TWO-2.80m x 2.50m (9' 2" x 8' 2") Sash window with views over the campus. Fitted blind. -
BATHROOM-2.67m x 2.30m (8' 9" x 7' 7") A large three piece suite originally constructed with a wet room style floor and a bath tub has since been installed. The tub could easily be removed and put back into a wet room. Tiled floors and walls, pedestal sink and w/c.-
SHOWER ROOM-Large walk in Wet room shower. Tiled walls and floors. W/c and pedestal sink. -
PARKING ARRANGEMENTS-Allocated parking outside the main entrance is available at £250 per annum. Visitors parking. -
COUNCIL TAX BAND D-£1912.65 -
LEASE INFORMATION-We have been advised that the ground rent is approximately £510 per annum and the service charge is in the region of £8,500 per annum.
Lease: 125 Years from 1st January 2013

The service Charge includes:
Cleaning of communal windows
•Water rates for communal areas and apartments
•Electricity, heating, lighting and power to communal areas
•24-hour emergency call system
•Upkeep of gardens and grounds
•Repairs and maintenance to the interior and exterior communal areas
•Contingency fund including internal and external redecoration of communal areas
•Buildings insurance

The Service charge does not cover external costs such as your Council Tax, electricity or TV, but does include the cost of your House Manager, your water rates, our 24-hour emergency call system, the heating and maintenance of all communal areas, exterior property maintenance and gardening. To find out more about the service charges please contact your Property Consultant or Estate Manager.-
ABOUT THE WEST SIDE-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Surrounded by rolling Hertfordshire countryside, Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today it’s a busy and bustling town with a selection of shops, the Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre of Welwyn Garden City where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsbury’s in the town. Welwyn Garden also has its own quaint cinema in the town centre, showing the latest films. -
CONTINUED-For everyday needs, if you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well-known chains. The Don is considered the best Indian restaurant in Welwyn, which is a popular option to consider for a quality, authentic meal. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. Also, there are a number of gyms in the area.
Convenient commuter links (The mainline station provides easy access to London’s Kings Cross within 20 minutes) inviting communal spaces plus a wealth of open green space to relax and re-charge. -
ABOUT PEEL COURT-Peel Court is one of McCarthy & Stones Retirement Living PLUS range and is facilitated to provide it's homeowners with extra care, if needed, offering thoughtfully-designed, low-maintenance, private apartments in prime locations with communal areas for socialising, including a chef-run restaurant. Our dedicated on-site team, led by our Estates Manager, provide tailored care packages, so you only ever have to pay for the help you actually use. The Estates Manager is on hand to manage the day to day running of the development and attend to any queries you may have. Within the service charge homeowners are allocated 1 hours domestic assistance per week, however, additional hours can be arranged by prior appointment. There are a range of personal care packages to suit your requirements - these are provided by the onsite CQC registered care agency. For your reassurance the development is fitted with 24-Hour CCTV and a secure entry system. The development has a homeowners' lounge for socialising with friends and family and, for your convenience, an onsite restaurant with freshly cooked meals provided everyday. It is a condition of purchase that residents must meet the age requirement of 70 years or of age or over.-
ENTRANCE LOBBY-Secure entry, managers office and reception. Residents lounge and restaurant. Lifts to all floors. -
APARTMENT ENTRANCE-All Rooms leading off. Large oversized hallway and window to side elevation.-
LIVING ROOM-6.10m x 3.30m (20' x 10' 10") Dual aspect views over the campus with a south and westerly view. Three sash windows with fitted blinds. -
KITCHEN-A large range of wall and base units. Integrated oven and inset induction hob. Integrated fridge/ Freezer. Bosch washing machine, dishwasher and freestanding freezer which can be included in the sale. Window to the side elevation and blind. -
BEDROOM ONE-4.80m x 2.88m (15' 9" x 9' 5") Sash window with views over the campus, fitted blind. Walk in wardrobe with shelving. -
BEDROOM TWO-2.80m x 2.50m (9' 2" x 8' 2") Sash window with views over the campus. Fitted blind. -
BATHROOM-2.67m x 2.30m (8' 9" x 7' 7") A large three piece suite originally constructed with a wet room style floor and a bath tub has since been installed. The tub could easily be removed and put back into a wet room. Tiled floors and walls, pedestal sink and w/c.-
SHOWER ROOM-Large walk in Wet room shower. Tiled walls and floors. W/c and pedestal sink. -
PARKING ARRANGEMENTS-Allocated parking outside the main entrance is available at £250 per annum. Visitors parking. -
COUNCIL TAX BAND D-£1912.65 -
LEASE INFORMATION-We have been advised that the ground rent is approximately £510 per annum and the service charge is in the region of £8,500 per annum.
Lease: 125 Years from 1st January 2013

The service Charge includes:
Cleaning of communal windows
•Water rates for communal areas and apartments
•Electricity, heating, lighting and power to communal areas
•24-hour emergency call system
•Upkeep of gardens and grounds
•Repairs and maintenance to the interior and exterior communal areas
•Contingency fund including internal and external redecoration of communal areas
•Buildings insurance

The Service charge does not cover external costs such as your Council Tax, electricity or TV, but does include the cost of your House Manager, your water rates, our 24-hour emergency call system, the heating and maintenance of all communal areas, exterior property maintenance and gardening. To find out more about the service charges please contact your Property Consultant or Estate Manager.-
ABOUT THE WEST SIDE-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Surrounded by rolling Hertfordshire countryside, Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today it’s a busy and bustling town with a selection of shops, the Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre of Welwyn Garden City where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsbury’s in the town. Welwyn Garden also has its own quaint cinema in the town centre, showing the latest films. -
CONTINUED-For everyday needs, if you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well-known chains. The Don is considered the best Indian restaurant in Welwyn, which is a popular option to consider for a quality, authentic meal. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. Also, there are a number of gyms in the area.
Convenient commuter links (The mainline station provides easy access to London’s Kings Cross within 20 minutes) inviting communal spaces plus a wealth of open green space to relax and re-charge. -
ABOUT PEEL COURT-Peel Court is one of McCarthy & Stones Retirement Living PLUS range and is facilitated to provide it's homeowners with extra care, if needed, offering thoughtfully-designed, low-maintenance, private apartments in prime locations with communal areas for socialising, including a chef-run restaurant. Our dedicated on-site team, led by our Estates Manager, provide tailored care packages, so you only ever have to pay for the help you actually use. The Estates Manager is on hand to manage the day to day running of the development and attend to any queries you may have. Within the service charge homeowners are allocated 1 hours domestic assistance per week, however, additional hours can be arranged by prior appointment. There are a range of personal care packages to suit your requirements - these are provided by the onsite CQC registered care agency. For your reassurance the development is fitted with 24-Hour CCTV and a secure entry system. The development has a homeowners' lounge for socialising with friends and family and, for your convenience, an onsite restaurant with freshly cooked meals provided everyday. It is a condition of purchase that residents must meet the age requirement of 70 years or of age or over.-
ENTRANCE LOBBY-Secure entry, managers office and reception. Residents lounge and restaurant. Lifts to all floors. -
APARTMENT ENTRANCE-All Rooms leading off. Large oversized hallway and window to side elevation.-
LIVING ROOM-6.10m x 3.30m (20' x 10' 10") Dual aspect views over the campus with a south and westerly view. Three sash windows with fitted blinds. -
KITCHEN-A large range of wall and base units. Integrated oven and inset induction hob. Integrated fridge/ Freezer. Bosch washing machine, dishwasher and freestanding freezer which can be included in the sale. Window to the side elevation and blind. -
BEDROOM ONE-4.80m x 2.88m (15' 9" x 9' 5") Sash window with views over the campus, fitted blind. Walk in wardrobe with shelving. -
BEDROOM TWO-2.80m x 2.50m (9' 2" x 8' 2") Sash window with views over the campus. Fitted blind. -
BATHROOM-2.67m x 2.30m (8' 9" x 7' 7") A large three piece suite originally constructed with a wet room style floor and a bath tub has since been installed. The tub could easily be removed and put back into a wet room. Tiled floors and walls, pedestal sink and w/c.-
SHOWER ROOM-Large walk in Wet room shower. Tiled walls and floors. W/c and pedestal sink. -
PARKING ARRANGEMENTS-Allocated parking outside the main entrance is available at £250 per annum. Visitors parking. -
COUNCIL TAX BAND D-£1912.65 -
LEASE INFORMATION-We have been advised that the ground rent is approximately £510 per annum and the service charge is in the region of £8,500 per annum.
Lease: 125 Years from 1st January 2013

The service Charge includes:
Cleaning of communal windows
•Water rates for communal areas and apartments
•Electricity, heating, lighting and power to communal areas
•24-hour emergency call system
•Upkeep of gardens and grounds
•Repairs and maintenance to the interior and exterior communal areas
•Contingency fund including internal and external redecoration of communal areas
•Buildings insurance

The Service charge does not cover external costs such as your Council Tax, electricity or TV, but does include the cost of your House Manager, your water rates, our 24-hour emergency call system, the heating and maintenance of all communal areas, exterior property maintenance and gardening. To find out more about the service charges please contact your Property Consultant or Estate Manager.-
ABOUT THE WEST SIDE-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Surrounded by rolling Hertfordshire countryside, Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today it’s a busy and bustling town with a selection of shops, the Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre of Welwyn Garden City where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsbury’s in the town. Welwyn Garden also has its own quaint cinema in the town centre, showing the latest films. -
CONTINUED-For everyday needs, if you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well-known chains. The Don is considered the best Indian restaurant in Welwyn, which is a popular option to consider for a quality, authentic meal. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. Also, there are a number of gyms in the area.
Convenient commuter links (The mainline station provides easy access to London’s Kings Cross within 20 minutes) inviting communal spaces plus a wealth of open green space to relax and re-charge. -
ABOUT PEEL COURT-Peel Court is one of McCarthy & Stones Retirement Living PLUS range and is facilitated to provide it's homeowners with extra care, if needed, offering thoughtfully-designed, low-maintenance, private apartments in prime locations with communal areas for socialising, including a chef-run restaurant. Our dedicated on-site team, led by our Estates Manager, provide tailored care packages, so you only ever have to pay for the help you actually use. The Estates Manager is on hand to manage the day to day running of the development and attend to any queries you may have. Within the service charge homeowners are allocated 1 hours domestic assistance per week, however, additional hours can be arranged by prior appointment. There are a range of personal care packages to suit your requirements - these are provided by the onsite CQC registered care agency. For your reassurance the development is fitted with 24-Hour CCTV and a secure entry system. The development has a homeowners' lounge for socialising with friends and family and, for your convenience, an onsite restaurant with freshly cooked meals provided everyday. It is a condition of purchase that residents must meet the age requirement of 70 years or of age or over.-
ENTRANCE LOBBY-Secure entry, managers office and reception. Residents lounge and restaurant. Lifts to all floors. -
APARTMENT ENTRANCE-All Rooms leading off. Large oversized hallway and window to side elevation.-
LIVING ROOM-6.10m x 3.30m (20' x 10' 10") Dual aspect views over the campus with a south and westerly view. Three sash windows with fitted blinds. -
KITCHEN-A large range of wall and base units. Integrated oven and inset induction hob. Integrated fridge/ Freezer. Bosch washing machine, dishwasher and freestanding freezer which can be included in the sale. Window to the side elevation and blind. -
BEDROOM ONE-4.80m x 2.88m (15' 9" x 9' 5") Sash window with views over the campus, fitted blind. Walk in wardrobe with shelving. -
BEDROOM TWO-2.80m x 2.50m (9' 2" x 8' 2") Sash window with views over the campus. Fitted blind. -
BATHROOM-2.67m x 2.30m (8' 9" x 7' 7") A large three piece suite originally constructed with a wet room style floor and a bath tub has since been installed. The tub could easily be removed and put back into a wet room. Tiled floors and walls, pedestal sink and w/c.-
SHOWER ROOM-Large walk in Wet room shower. Tiled walls and floors. W/c and pedestal sink. -
PARKING ARRANGEMENTS-Allocated parking outside the main entrance is available at £250 per annum. Visitors parking. -
COUNCIL TAX BAND D-£1912.65 -
LEASE INFORMATION-We have been advised that the ground rent is approximately £510 per annum and the service charge is in the region of £8,500 per annum.
Lease: 125 Years from 1st January 2013

The service Charge includes:
Cleaning of communal windows
•Water rates for communal areas and apartments
•Electricity, heating, lighting and power to communal areas
•24-hour emergency call system
•Upkeep of gardens and grounds
•Repairs and maintenance to the interior and exterior communal areas
•Contingency fund including internal and external redecoration of communal areas
•Buildings insurance

The Service charge does not cover external costs such as your Council Tax, electricity or TV, but does include the cost of your House Manager, your water rates, our 24-hour emergency call system, the heating and maintenance of all communal areas, exterior property maintenance and gardening. To find out more about the service charges please contact your Property Consultant or Estate Manager.-
ABOUT THE WEST SIDE-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Surrounded by rolling Hertfordshire countryside, Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today it’s a busy and bustling town with a selection of shops, the Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre of Welwyn Garden City where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsbury’s in the town. Welwyn Garden also has its own quaint cinema in the town centre, showing the latest films. -
CONTINUED-For everyday needs, if you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well-known chains. The Don is considered the best Indian restaurant in Welwyn, which is a popular option to consider for a quality, authentic meal. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. Also, there are a number of gyms in the area.
Convenient commuter links (The mainline station provides easy access to London’s Kings Cross within 20 minutes) inviting communal spaces plus a wealth of open green space to relax and re-charge. -

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