Guide Price £275,000 - £300,000. When you enter the grounds, the first thing you notice is the extremely well-manicured communal gardens, immediately giving a feeling of peace and tranquillity. This apartment itself is situated in Charters Towers which is the old Manor House at the heart of this picturesque retirement village. The manor house, built in 1900, was once the Bush Davies School of Theatre Arts and later opened the Adeline Genee Theatre on the site where world renowned ballet dancers such as Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev once graced its stage. The manor house has been transformed into a stunning multi-functional modern retirement home, ideal for modern and independent living with the security of round the clock staff and warden. The apartment itself is set on the top floor, with breath taking views, the lounge is spacious and bright and a great place to sit and watch the grounds wildlife roaming free. The kitchen is open plan and provides integrated units, plenty of work space and plenty of storage. The modern shower room is perfect for accessibility and ease of use, with double shower enclosure, white fitted suite and tiled floor to ceiling. The large bedroom finishes off this beautiful retirement property.
- Guide Price £275,000 - £300,000
- One Bedroom Luxurious Retirement Flat
- Exclusive Retirement Village
- Host of On-Site Facilities
- Stunning Grounds
- 24 Hour Warden on Call
- Large & Spacious Rooms
- Modern Décor Throughout
Lounge 21' 3" x 18' 5" ( 6.48m x 5.61m )
Double glazed window to front and side, large walk-in storage cupboard.
Kitchen 9' 10" x 8' 3" ( 3.00m x 2.51m )
Fitted with wall and base units, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer, work surfaces, electric oven and hob, integrated washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
Bedroom 12' 9" x 12' 6" ( 3.89m x 3.81m )
Double glazed window to rear, built in wardrobes with sliding doors, built in cupboard, telephone and TV points.
Bathroom 8' 2" x 7' 7" ( 2.49m x 2.31m )
Vanity wash hand basin, WC, shower cubicle, heated towel rail, extractor fan.
Well maintained communal grounds, residents and visitors parking.
Owners are required to pay an assignment fee on the re-sale of property which is a percentage of around 10% of the re-sale price when re-sold or they can choose to pay the fee at the time of purchase. More details can be obtained from the village manager.
The popular market town of East Grinstead is located approximately half way between London and the south coast. The town boasts a wealth of architectural heritage and the High Street retains period buildings with old world charm. It is believed that East Grinstead has the longest row of Tudor and Medieval timber framed, open hall houses which have been in continuous use. The Meridian Line runs through the town and its path is marked by terracotta markers. There are a number of coffee shops, restaurants, a museum, a leisure centre and Chequer Mead theatre within the town. Surrounded by some of the finest countryside in the south east, East Grinstead is in close proximity to Ashdown Forest which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The recently reopened Bluebell Steam Railway links the town to Sheffield Park with regular excursions throughout the year. The mainline railway station offers frequent services to London Victoria or London Bridge in just under the hour. The town is ideally situated for access to the M23 and M25 motorways with Gatwick being the closest airport.
From our office in East Grinstead, proceed North West on London Road joining the one way system heading towards Felbridge (A22). At the mini roundabout turn right into Lingfield Road. Continue along Lingfield Road for approximately 1 mile where it then becomes Felcourt Road. The retirement village can be found on the right hand side just after this point.