A single storey two bedroom property within this courtyard development of retirement properties with delightful views and on-site facilities, perfectly suited as a retirement property in a rural location.
Elliscombe Park was built in the late 1990s as part of a complex of retirement properties situated in the grounds of Elliscombe House. Number 9 is a mid terrace single storey residence constructed of brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof with bright and spacious rooms. The property benefits from full double glazing, night storage heating and the doorways are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs.
Arranged as follows:
Entrance Hall with deep shelved cupboard, access to roof space and doors to:
Bedroom 2 9'10 x 8'8 (3.00m x 2.65m) with double hanging and shelved cupboards.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 18'8 x 7'7 (5.65m x 2.30m) with range of white wall and floor units with worktops incorporating stainless steel sink, Neff four ring electric hob and extractor above, Neff oven, Neff fridge freezer, tiled splashback and serving hatch.
Living/Dining Room 22'3 x 17'8 average (6.75m x 5.35m) average. A wonderful bright room with views over the communal gardens and countryside beyond, feature fireplace with wooden surround, glazed double doors to patio area and gardens beyond.
Bedroom 1 13'3 x 13'4 (4.05m x 4.05m) with two double hanging and shelved cupboards, single cupboard housing hot water tank and glazed door to patio and communal gardens beyond.
En-Suite Bathroom with white panelled bath with hand shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail and WC.
Shower/Cloakroom with Mira Sport shower in tiled cubicle, wash hand basin, heated towel rail and WC.
The property is surrounded by superb communal gardens including formal landscaped areas and paths leading to further seating areas, all of which are level and have some wonderful countryside views. From the lane a private drive leads to the pillared entrance for Elliscombe Park with a large visitors parking area adjacent to the communal lounge where a number of activities are organised as well as the manager's office and laundry room. Beyond the shrub borders a path leads to the entrance to number 9. Adjacent to the entrance an arch leads to the covered open garage block of which number 9 has one space.