Door to the communal hallway, radiator, two built in cupboards and doors to the bedroom, lounge and bathroom.
Extensive range of wall and base units with work surface over, tiled splashbacks, window to the side aspect, integrated undercounter fridge, and freezer, integrated eye level oven & electric hob, extractor hood over and stainless steel sink.
Partially tiled walls. W/C, wash hand basin with tiled splashback, walk in shower cubicle and heated towel rail.
We have been advised that the remaining lease is approximately 109 years. The annual ground rent is £395 and the service/warden charge is £2561.98 per annum. It is important that you have this checked by your legal representative prior to completing on a sale. It is a condition that residents be over the age of 60 years, or in the event of a couple, one must be over 60 years and the other over 55 years.There is a communal Lounge, Kitchen, Library and Laundry Room with washing machines available for use and communal external storage shed.There is also a Guest Suite available within the main building for use at an additional fee
Doors to Juliet balcony and windows to the side offering unobstructed views across the St. Giles and into the city. Two further windows to both side aspects, two storage radiators and electric feature fireplace.
Window to the side aspect, built in wardrobe and electric storage radiator.
Benefiting from communal residents’ lounge, laundry area and guest suite available for visitors as well as an active on-site property manager. The property offers accommodation of entrance hall, open plan lounge / dining room with kitchen off as well as double bedroom and shower room. This retirement independent living apartment is located in the ever popular Royal Arch Court development on Earlham Road, a short stroll from the city centre along Upper St Giles. With generous accommodation and a great location - adjacent to the Roman Catholic Cathedral - this bright and airy top floor one bedroom apartment, in a McCarthy and Stone development for the over 60s, is sure to generate plenty of interest.