Ash Court, Knutsford

1 Bedroom Retirement Property To Buy

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Ash Court is an excellent development of purpose built warden-assisted retirement apartments, which was completed in 1987.

Apartment 1 is situated on the ground floor and enjoys a particularly good position, being well placed for easy access to the front and side of the building.

Ash Court has excellent communal facilities, which are available to all apartment owners - these include a residents' lounge, TV room, well-equipped laundry and comfortable guest accommodation with an en-suite bathroom. A lift serves all floors and there is ample car parking for residents and their visitors.

Built by Farclough Homes, the development is finished to a high standard and designed for ease of maintenance with safety and comfort in mind. Features such as door intercoms and emergency alarms are standard on all flats and Economy 7 electric heating is installed, complemented by uPVC double glazed windows.

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