At Retirement Security, we are dedicated to providing our clients with transparency and clarity. This is why when any of our retirement properties are sold, the seller pays a transfer premium of up to 3% of the sales price to the freeholder, Retirement Security Limited (RSL). RSL does not charge ground rents and does not charge for its estate agency services. There is a monthly service charge payable by owners which includes one and a half hours domestic assistance per week. Further information is available from the Court Manager.
About Deerhurst Court
If you are searching for retirement properties, West Midlands is great place to look. Built-in 1994, Deerhurst Court is situated on the outskirts of Solihull town and has over forty separate apartments. Festooned with beautiful communal areas and kept up to an impeccable standard, Deerhurst Court boasts a comfortable reception area, dining room, lounge and useful library room. The premises also feature charming grounds to enjoy a relaxing walk as well as a hair salon available to use for visiting hairdressers.
For the finest retirement apartments, Solihull’s Deerhurst Court could be the place for you. There is also useful car-parking space for people with automobiles, and a handy large supermarket for those big shops to keep you going through the week. A pharmacy is also nearby which will dispense and deliver any prescriptions that you need. If you enjoy your long shopping trips, there is also a big shopping centre packed full of shops and facilities a mere quarter of a mile away from the apartments.
Deerhurst Court Facilities
The design of Deerhurst Court combines style with ease of use and mobility, all floors are accessible by stairs or lift so that even those who need to use a wheelchair can live independently in any part of the building. Conveniently placed electrical sockets reduce the need to bend or overstretch and an emergency call system is installed with pull cords in every room of the development. In addition to the private apartments, there are a number of communal areas in the Court available for use by all Owners.
Deerhurst Court possesses its own communal gardens, shrubs and planters throughout the courtyards and grounds, that belong to all the Owners and are maintained by a gardener and/or Owners themselves. A consultative gardening committee will be set up if sufficient Owners are willing to contribute to its work.
Deerhurst Court has a communal lounge that is the hub of many of its social activities. Afternoon tea are served on a daily basis together with weekly events from whist to keep fit. The Court Manager will be able to provide a copy of the monthly social programme. There is a television and stereo player providing Owners with the opportunity to enjoy film, concerts and musical evenings. The Court also features a hobbies room where Owners can take part in a number of activities including board games, card games, art and craft. The hobbies room is also used for meetings of either the Court management company or local clubs and societies of which Owners are members.
Visiting relatives or friends of Owners can be accommodated in our extremely comfortable, guest suite and with breakfast making facilities. Economically priced and benefiting from the Court’s advantageous proximity to local attractions and public transport, staying at Deerhurst Court is a wonderful way to explore the local sights and sounds.
Deerhurst Court has its own communal restaurant/dining room that provides a substantial meal on certain days, usually at lunchtime. Meals are not included in the service charge but are available at cost to all Owners. Meals will be taken on a tray to anyone who has requested one and is too unwell to leave their apartment. Guests are always welcome and any special dietary requirements are catered for. Evening meals and themed dinners are regularly held at the Court and light suppers can be arranged if requested.
Deerhurst Court has its own hairdressing salon that visiting hairdressers may use for the benefit of Owners.
There are many more staff than are generally found in traditional sheltered housing. A Manager and team of Duty Managers work in shifts and somebody is always present, twenty-four hours a day. The monthly service charge covers the cost of external maintenance and upkeep of the grounds, one-and-a-half hours of domestic assistance per week per individual property, as well as an hour per property devoted to the cleaning of the communal areas.