St Georges Court is a retirement development in the heart of Great Yarmouth. This third floor property comprises an entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroomroom. The apartment has lift access and full use of the site facilities which include a house manager and 24 hour emergency Careline system, residents' lounge, communal laundry, guest suite, parking and gardens.
It is a condition of purchase that residents be over the age of 55 years.
ACCOMMODATION An entrance door leads into a generous central hallway, with cupboard storage and intercom receiver. To the left-hand side a doorway leads into the bay fronted living room with a opening leading to the kitchen. The fitted kitchen offers base and wall mounted cabinetry with integrated sink unit and recess for fridge/freezer and electric cooker. The walls are part tiled and the floor is laid with cushion.
Back off the central hallway you'll find the rear bedroom which has a recess for wardrobe storage, and a large window with views over St Georges Park with the North Sea on the horizon.
The fully fitted bathroom has a suite comprising bath, close coupled WC, and pedestal wash basin, and extractor fan.
Please see the floor plan for room dimensions and property layout.
TENURE Leasehold - remainder of a 125 year term which commenced in 1987.
Ground Rent £268 per annum, and Service/Maintenance Charge approximately £240 per month.
LOCATION The property is ideally situated to access the towns facilities, directly opposite is St Georges Theatre, and popular Pavillion café & tea rooms. Great Yarmouth seafront, St Georges Park, and market place are within short walking distance providing a selection of shops, restaurants, bars and cafes.
The towns main bus station is within a five minute walk of the property, and for those with cars there is resident parking available on site or neighbouring streets.
SERVICES Mains water, electricity and drainage are understood to be connected (subject to confirmation from the statutory authorities).
Larkes have not carried out tests of the services or appliances and interested parties should arrange their own tests to ensure these are in working order.