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.

Bright and spacious two bedroom apartment benefitting from the natural light of a south facing and elevated position overlooking the courtyard and secluded gardens of Deerhurst Court – The apartment is fully centrally heated with a recently serviced gas boiler and thermostatic radiators in every room. Newly decorated in neutral colours the apartment boasts new window blinds, wood vinyl flooring throughout the living areas and new carpets in both bedrooms. The large wetroom has been stylishly refurbished to enable easy and safe access. All window dressings, fixtures and furnishings at n.o.35  are available to the purchaser at no extra charge but will be removed if required.

HALL: The half glazed front door welcomes you from the secure covered outside balcony into a light and spacious hallway with a floor to ceiling electrically lit storage cupboard/cloakroom. Doors to all rooms lead off the hallway and its wood vinyl flooring extends through to all living areas.

LOUNGE: 13’11” x 14’8″ (4.25m x 4.48m) With an attractive bay window on the front elevation, overlooking the communal area. The well proportioned lounge benefits from the late morning and afternoon sunshine. The natural wood vinyl flooring extends throughout and there is a feature fireplace with wall and ceiling lighting. Discreet wiring gives access to Tv and internet.

KITCHEN: 7’10” x 12’1″ (2.40m x 3.68m) A separate room off the lounge, the kitchen is well equipped with integral fridge freezer, eye level oven and grill, electric hob and washer dryer. Its large end window is situated above the stainless steel sink/drainer and the wood effect base and wall units give ample storage with easy access pull out drawers along with a floor to ceiling electrically lit cupboard for larger appliances.

BEDROOM ONE: 9’9″ x 11’6″ (2.96m x 3.50m) Newly carpeted, the master bedroom has a sizeable window with privacy blinds to the sunny front elevation. It has a wall to wall range of fitted mirror wardrobes and fitted cream dressing table. The contempory bedroom furniture set is included in the purchase price if required.

BEDROOM TWO: 9’10” x 11’6″ (3.00m x 3.51m) This bedroom also benefits from fitted wardrobes and new carpets. The matching wood effect shelving and discreet wiring give versatility for a bedroom or an office space with plenty of natural light from the rear window for desk or craft work should it be desired.

SHOWER/WET ROOM: 10’11” x 6’3″ (3.32m x 1.91m) This easy access sizeable wetroom has been completely refurbished with an emphasis on safety and style. Complete with modern white raised height toilet, sink and shower the wet room is fitted with neutral coloured safety flooring and grab rails. The main wall features a mirrored wall cabinet and removable shower seat to accommodate disability. The frosted window has a contrasting roller blind and double sized window ledge, ideal for housing toiletries or medication.

“Number 35, the residents, the communal facilities and the staff at Deerhurst Court made it possible for our father to make the difficult transition from living alone and running his own home to living independently in an apartment alongside other like-minded individuals. Being on the second floor, a short walk from the lift and with an exterior entrance from the covered walkway, Dad still felt like he very much had his own front door and flower pots. From the minute he moved into what immediately felt like home, he never looked back. Having been a little lonely and totally reliant on his car, he moved nearer his daughters, made new friends, tried new things, chose whether to eat alone or in the dining room and loved the proximity of the facilities of Mell square and beyond. His new environment was safer without being over protective, sociable without being overwhelming and unexpectedly cost effective with the benefits available for extra sheltered living. From a daughter’s perspective, Dad was safe but still independent and leading a fulfilling life with his friends and eating well. What could be better” – Statement from Helen Nicholson (Daughter of resident).

If you are considering looking at number 35 but have some questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at helen.nicholson3@btinternet.com

  • Retirement development
  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • Active community
  • Fully managed facility and services
  • Staff on duty 24 hours a day
  • Weekly service clean included
  • On-site restaurant
  • Guest suite
  • Secure car parking
  • Gardens
  • Lift access
  • Emergency pull cord
  • Wide corridors and doors throughout
  • Special kitchen and bathroom features

Deerhurst Court

HALL: The half glazed front door welcomes you from the secure covered outside balcony into a light and spacious hallway with a floor to ceiling electrically lit storage cupboard/cloakroom. Doors to all rooms lead off the hallway and its wood vinyl flooring extends through to all living areas.

LOUNGE: 13’11” x 14’8″ (4.25m x 4.48m) With an attractive bay window on the front elevation, overlooking the communal area. The well proportioned lounge benefits from the late morning and afternoon sunshine. The natural wood vinyl flooring extends throughout and there is a feature fireplace with wall and ceiling lighting. Discreet wiring gives access to Tv and internet.

KITCHEN: 7’10” x 12’1″ (2.40m x 3.68m) A separate room off the lounge, the kitchen is well equipped with integral fridge freezer, eye level oven and grill, electric hob and washer dryer. Its large end window is situated above the stainless steel sink/drainer and the wood effect base and wall units give ample storage with easy access pull out drawers along with a floor to ceiling electrically lit cupboard for larger appliances.

BEDROOM ONE: 9’9″ x 11’6″ (2.96m x 3.50m) Newly carpeted, the master bedroom has a sizeable window with privacy blinds to the sunny front elevation. It has a wall to wall range of fitted mirror wardrobes and fitted cream dressing table. The contempory bedroom furniture set is included in the purchase price if required.

BEDROOM TWO: 9’10” x 11’6″ (3.00m x 3.51m) This bedroom also benefits from fitted wardrobes and new carpets. The matching wood effect shelving and discreet wiring give versatility for a bedroom or an office space with plenty of natural light from the rear window for desk or craft work should it be desired.

SHOWER/WET ROOM: 10’11” x 6’3″ (3.32m x 1.91m) This easy access sizeable wetroom has been completely refurbished with an emphasis on safety and style. Complete with modern white raised height toilet, sink and shower the wet room is fitted with neutral coloured safety flooring and grab rails. The main wall features a mirrored wall cabinet and removable shower seat to accommodate disability. The frosted window has a contrasting roller blind and double sized window ledge, ideal for housing toiletries or medication.

“Number 35, the residents, the communal facilities and the staff at Deerhurst Court made it possible for our father to make the difficult transition from living alone and running his own home to living independently in an apartment alongside other like-minded individuals. Being on the second floor, a short walk from the lift and with an exterior entrance from the covered walkway, Dad still felt like he very much had his own front door and flower pots. From the minute he moved into what immediately felt like home, he never looked back. Having been a little lonely and totally reliant on his car, he moved nearer his daughters, made new friends, tried new things, chose whether to eat alone or in the dining room and loved the proximity of the facilities of Mell square and beyond. His new environment was safer without being over protective, sociable without being overwhelming and unexpectedly cost effective with the benefits available for extra sheltered living. From a daughter’s perspective, Dad was safe but still independent and leading a fulfilling life with his friends and eating well. What could be better” – Statement from Helen Nicholson (Daughter of resident).

If you are considering looking at number 35 but have some questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at helen.nicholson3@btinternet.com