- Ground Floor Purpose Built Apartment
- Retirement Age 60 Years +
- Double Bedroom + Built in Wardrobes
- Dual Aspect Lounge
- Communal Gardens
- Off Street Parking
A ground floor maisonette offering well proportioned accommodation and conveniently located within walking distance of Hazlemere crossroads local amenities. With well maintained communal gardens, off street parking for residents and visitors we strongly urge an early internal viewing to avoid disappointment.
Tucked away and conveniently located within walking distance of Hazlemere crossroads local amenities, this ground floor purpose maisonette is offered with no onward chain. Internally in need of some updating the property benefits from it's own private entrance and has accommodation comprising; an entrance hallway with a built in double storage cupboard and airing cupboard housing the hot water tank,, bathroom fitted with a matching white suite and shower over the bath, dual aspect lounge/diner, a double bedroom with built in wardrobes and fitted kitchen. Outside there are well maintained communal gardens for the residents to use, laid predominantly to lawn with well established flower and shrub borders and a communal patio area. Further benefits of this ground floor maisonette include 'Dimplex' electric storage heating, double glazing throughout and communal off street parking for residents and visitors via permits issued by the management company. NB: This apartment is to be occupied by persons of 60 years plus or persons under the Section 29 of the National Assistance Act of 1948.
Hazlemere is a large village located between the towns of High Wycombe, Amersham and Beaconsfield all of which offer train links to London. It has three separate parades of shops and schooling for children of all ages as well as public houses and a large recreation ground. This house is located on the Orchard Drive which is within walking distance of the highly regarded Cedar Park Infant school, Hazlemere Church of England Combined School and an excellent doctors surgery. Buses link the aforementioned towns which offer a greater range of facilities.