Well presented retirement apartment benefitting form a dual aspect living room, modern kitchen with built in appliances, two double bedrooms and a modern shower room. The development offers excellent communal facilities including landscaped gardens and lounge where social events take place.
Rowleys Court is a McCarthy and Stone Retirement Living development of 49 specifically designed one and two bedroom apartments for the over 60's. Rowleys Court provides the benefit of owning your own home, free from worries about external maintenance whilst having the support from our on-site House Manager.
Rowleys Court is situated in Sandhurst Street, close to the A6 Leicester Road in the vibrant town of Oadby which offers a range of local shops, bars and restaurants close by as well as a variety of supermarkets. There's something for everyone in Oadby including coutry parks, tennis courts and bowling greens all close by. Leicester Race Course is a short walk away, where you will find many events as well as hosting 31 race meetings throughout the year.
For those who enjoy a trip out there's Leicester City Centre (3 miles) the popular Fosse Park Retail Park (5 miles) and the thriving market town of Market Harborough (12 miles). Regular bus routes are accessible close by as well as fantastic road links.
For your peace of mind the development has camera door entry and 24 hour emergency call systems, should you require assistance. The Homeowners' lounge provides a great space to socialise with friends and family. If your guests have traveling from afar, they can extend their stay by booking into the development Guest Suite (usually for a fee of £25 per night - subject to availability).
The service charge breakdown can be found below.
Front door with spy hole leads to the large entrance hall with doors leading to the living room, shower room, bedrooms and storage/airing cupboard. The 24 hour Tunstall emergency response pull cord system, apartment security door entry system with intercom and smoke detector are situated in the hallway.
Bight and spacious, dual aspect living room. Ample room for dining. Two ceiling lights, TV and telephone points. Wall mounted electric heater. Fitted carpets and curtains. Door leading on to the separate kitchen.
Modern kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base units with a roll top work surface and tiling over. Stainless steel sink with over tap sits beneath a double glazed window. Built in waist level oven, ceramic hob with extractor hood. Integrated under counter fridge and freezer, free standing dish washer. Ceiling light, floor tiling.
Spacious bedroom with a double glazed window. Mirror fronted wardrobe with shelving and rail. Light fittings, curtains and carpets. TV and phone points. Wall mounted electric heater.
Double room which would be perfect for use as a dining room or study. Double glazed window. TV point, wall mounted electric heater. Fitted carpets.
Fully tiled and fitted with suite with a double shower cubicle with support rail and sliding door. Vanity unit and hand basin with mirror over and low level WC. Heated towel rail.
•Cleaning of communal windows
•Water rates for communal areas and apartments
•Electricity, heating, lighting and power to communal areas
•24-hour emergency call system
•Upkeep of gardens and grounds
•Repairs and maintenance to the interior and exterior communal areas
•Contingency fund including internal and external redecoration of communal areas
The Service charge does not cover external costs such as your Council Tax, electricity or TV, but does include the cost of your House Manager, your water rates, our 24-hour emergency call system, the heating and maintenance of all communal areas, exterior property maintenance and gardening. To find out more about the service charges please contact your Property Consultant or House Manager.
Car Parking Permit Scheme
The fee is usually £250 per annum, but may vary by development. Permits are available on a first come, first served basis. Please check with the House Manager on site for availability.
Annual fee - £495
125 years from 1st Jan 2011