An opportunity to purchase a bright and spacious ground floor retirement apartment, situated just on the south side of the river. The accommodation, approached via a generous communal reception area, is well presented and includes a private entrance hall. Martlets Court has wide door access and is wheelchair friendly.
Situated in the favoured central position, only a short walk to the shops, restaurants and leisure facilities in Arundel town centre. The mainline train station, with its London and coastal services is less than a mile away and there are good road links to surrounding areas via the A27 and A284. A bus service also runs from outside the front of Martlets Court.
The accommodation comprises, entrance hall with three storage cupboards (one houses the boiler), a spacious living room with feature fireplace & electric fire, which affords access to the south facing terrace.
The kitchen has been fitted with a range of cream base and eye-level units, incorporating appliances such as oven, grill, electric hob with extractor, integrated fridge/freezer and washing machine.
There are two bedrooms, the main bedroom is a double room with fitted wardrobes, the second bedroom being a good size single room. The bathroom has a large walk-in shower with shower seat, WC and Pedestal sink. In addition to the private terrace, there is a communal car park, accessed via a security gate.
Martlets Court benefits from having a resident warden/manager and there is a large, communal lounge for residents to use. There is also a guest suite which can be rented for guests/relatives. In respect of parking, this is not allocated, but residents can apply for a space.
We are advised that the lease length is 159 years from 1st May 1990. Annual service charge £123.63 due every 6 months. Service charge is approximately £3,719.45 due annually.
From our office on the high street, continue over the bridge, there is a pedestrian access to Martlet’s Court via a set of gates on the right hand side.
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