023 9229 7878

Southsea, South Parade Furnished | 2 bedrooms | £3,000 pcm

Description

OVER 70’S ONLY. Presenting this furnished modern large two bedroom retirement living PLUS apartment situated within the McCarthy and Stone development called Tudor Rose Court located on South Parade. The Tudor Rose development benefits from many on site facilities such as a Bistro restaurant, a communal lounge, a wellbeing suite, lift, laundry room, electric wheelchair storage room, landscaped communal gardens and staff on site 24/7 with a 24 hours emergency call system for peace of mind along with the social and communal aspects of retirement living.

The fully furnished property comprises:

ENTRANCE LOBBY – Coat cupboard and additional storage cupboard

CLOAKROOM – Hand basin and low level WC

MASTER BEDROOM – Double room with built in wardrobe, views of The Solent

SECOND BEDROOM – Double room with views of The Solent

WET ROOM – Walk in shower, vanity unit incorporating hand basin and low level WC and heated towel rail

OPEN PLAN DINING AREA - opening into: Living room and Kitchen area. Doors out onto balcony.

KITCHEN AREA - a range of wall and base units with single oven, electric hob and extractor hood. Modern worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink. Integrated appliances include slim line dishwasher, Fridge Freezer and microwave.

LIVING AREA – Corner window with views of The Solent

BALCONY – Good sized balcony with View of The Solent and South Parade Pier

OTHER BENEFITS:

OVER 70’S RETIREMENT LIVING PLUS

PARKING – One Allocated parking space

TWO LIFTS

COMMUNAL GARDEN

COMMUNAL LOUNGE

BISTRO RESTAURANT

WELL BEING CENTRE

LAUNDRY ROOM

WHEELCHAIR STORAGE ROOM

SECURITY ENTRY SYSTEM

24 HOURS EMERGENCY CALL SYSTEM

RENT INCLUDES WATER RATES AND ONE HOUR OF DOMESTIC HELP A WEEK

EPC: B
COUNCIL TAX : E

DEPOSIT £3461 (HELD UNDER TDS).

A holding deposit of one week’s rent will be required to secure the property. This fee is payable at the time of application for the tenancy and will be held for up to 15 calendar days whilst reference checks and preparation for the tenancy agreement are undertaken.
The holding deposit can be retained should the applicant fail the Right to Rent check, provide false or misleading information that would affect the Landlord’s decision to grant the tenancy, the applicant withdraws from the tenancy, or the applicant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.

In Tenancy Penalty Fees apply, see website for details.

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