Alcester Road, Stratford-Upon-Avon
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Price: Guide Price £189,500
- 2 BEDROOM RETIREMENT APARTMENT
- FIRST FLOOR - LIFT AVAILABLE
- YARDS FROM TOWN CENTRE & RAILWAY STATION
- COMMUNAL LOUNGE & GARDENS
- MORRISONS SUPERMARKET ADJACENT
- CHAIN FREE SALE
- MODERN & VIBRANT DEVELOPMENT
- EPC RATING C
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Purpose Built Luxury Retirement Complex ~ Lovely First Floor Apartment ~ Modern Kitchen ~ 60 Years & Over ~ Communal Lounge
Hathaway Court is a purpose built McCarthy & Stone retirement scheme completed in 2007 and situated ideally just yards from Stratford centre, old town, railway station and Morrisons Supermarket. This development has everything a person looking to retire could ask for; independent living in a friendly and welcoming setting with the option of various activities and clubs. With a warm and welcoming communal Lounge and an onsite scheme manager this development will impress from the second you arrive.
Inside apartment 24, located on the first floor with both lift and stair access, there is an Entrance Hall, spacious Living Room with Dining Area. There is a beautiful fitted Kitchen with a range of modern units. The apartment has a lovely Juliet balcony adjacent to the dining area with views of the communal gardens below. There are two double bedrooms, bathroom (with both bath and walk in shower cubicle) as well as 2 excellent storage cupboards accessed from the hallway.
The property is Leasehold held on a 125 year lease from 2007 so there is approximately 110 year term remaining. Please speak to Elizabeth Davenport Stratford office for further details or to arrange your viewing.
Found a short walk from Stratford Railway Station, Stratford town centre, Old Town and Morrisons Supermarket.
The famous South Warwickshire town of Stratford Upon Avon, birth place of Shakespeare and home to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, is a delightful and thriving location with a range of excellent amenities. The pretty town centre is a delightful setting with the River Avon, Clopton Bridge, excellent shopping and a huge selection of restaurants and eateries, all concentrated close together.
The town benefits from a thriving and diverse atmosphere, especially during the summer months when tourists flock to see Shakespeare's birth (and resting) place. A cruise down the river on a boat is a must during the warmer months.
For families, Stratford benefits from excellent schools. For commuters, the town is within easy reach of the A46, M40 and connecting routes, being particularly convenient for Jaguar Landrover at Gaydon. Birmingham is 22 miles to the north west, Warwick 8 miles to the North East, whilst the city of Coventry is approximately 25 minutes drive to the North. For pleasure, Broadway and the Cotswolds are only 15 minutes drive to the South.
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