At Retirement Security, we are committed to offering our clients what they need with total transparency and complete clarity. For this reason, with all of our retirement properties, they are sold, the seller pays a transfer premium of up to 3% of the sales price to the freeholder, Retirement Security Limited (RSL). RSL will not charge ground rents and does not charge for its estate agency services. Further information is available from the Court Manager.
A bright and freshly painted first floor flat with neutral colour carpets. Overlooks the pretty village of Tiddington
HALL – Two storage cupboards and one radiator
LOUNGE – 4.6m x 3.2m (15’1″ x 10’4″) with window the front elevation; radiator.
KITCHEN – 3.0m x 2.0m (9’10” x 6’11”) with window to the front elevation; base units and boiler.
BEDROOM 1 – 3.5m x 3.0m (11’6″ x 9’10”) with window to the front elevation; built-in wardrobe; radiator.
SHOWER ROOM – 2.20m x 1.9m (7’2″ x 6’2″) with WC, basin, walk-in shower, and towel rail/radiator.
- 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
- Lift access
- Emergency pull cord
- Wide corridors and doors throughout
- Special kitchen and bathroom features
Tiddington Court comprises 42 spacious apartments and bungalows, mainly one and two bedrooms. The communal areas are decorated to a high standard to include a very comfortable communal lounge, restaurant serving meals every lunchtime, guest suite, landscaped gardens and ample car parking. The standard and additional services available are greater than is usual for standard retirement developments. This offers retired people the opportunity to retaining their independence and improve their quality of life, long-term.
There is a team of staff working on a shift basis, managed 24 hours a day. The monthly service charge covers the costs of external maintenance, buildings insurance, up keep of the grounds and one and half hours of domestic assistance per week per individual property.