- Two double bedroom top floor retirement apartment
- Private Balcony
- No forward chain
- Fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances
- Lodge manager
- Owners’ lounge
- 24 hour Careline system for safety and security
- Guest suite for visitors & use of over 150 guest suites in Retirement lodges across the country
- Owners’ private car park
Stratton and King are delighted to be marketing this lovely two double bedroom retirement apartment which is situated on the top floor of this sought after development, St Paul’s Lodge. The apartment offers wonderful room proportions, a private Balcony and no forward chain. The Lounge is a lovely room which enjoys lots of natural light. There is ample space for living and dining room furniture, a connection point for an electric fireplace and a door to the Balcony, which has space for a bistro table and chairs. The Kitchen, which is accessed via the Lounge, has a range of eye and base level units with working surfaces over and tiled splashbacks. There is a built in waist height oven, 4 ring electric hob with extractor hood over, a fridge and a freezer. Both Bedrooms are generous double rooms, the principle room enjoying built in wardrobes. The bathroom benefits from a window and offers a bath with shower over, a WC and a wash hand basin with vanity unit. Perfectly complementing this wonderful apartment are two useful storage cupboards which are located in the hallway.
St Paul’s Lodge is a development of 43 one and two bedroom retirement apartments, situated off Southdown Road and within easy walking distance of local shops.
Shoreham-by-Sea is a seaside town and port in West Sussex. The town is bordered to its north by the South Downs, to its west by the Adur Valley and to its south by the River Adur and Shoreham Beach on the English Channel. It lies about six miles west of Brighton and is part of urban development along the south coast between Brighton and Worthing.
The town and port of New Shoreham was established by the Norman Conquerors towards the end of the 11th century. The town’s strategic location and proximity to Normandy made it a logical place to improve facilities for travel and trade. The magnificent Church of St Mary de Haura was built in the decade following the Doomsday Survey of 1086 and the town laid out on a grid pattern.
Marlipins Museum, a 12th century building in Shoreham High Street, is one of the oldest surviving secular buildings in the UK and dates from this time. Shoreham Fort, a Palmerston Fort, was built in 1857 to defend against Napoleon III. Visits can be made during Open Days and Heritage Events.
Shoreham Beach to the south of the town, is a shingle bank created over the centuries by the sea. Converted railway carriages became summer homes around the turn of the century and Bungalow Town, as it was known, became home for a short time to a flourishing film industry. It was cleared for defence reasons during the Second World War and is now completely developed for modern houses however, the Church of the Good Shepherd, built in 1913, still stands.
The River Adur is full of activity: sailing, yachting, rowing, windsurfing and canoeing are all popular activities on the river.
St Pauls Lodge has been designed with safety and security at the forefront. The apartment has an emergency Careline system installed, monitored by the Lodge Manager and 24 hours, 365 days a year by the Careline team. A Careline integrated intruder alarm, secure video entry system and sophisticated fire and smoke detection systems throughout both the apartment and communal areas provide unrivalled peace of mind.
St Paul’s Lodge manager is on hand to support the owners and keep the development in perfect shape. For any visiting guests, the furnished twin Guest Suite is perfect and available for just £15 per night for 1 visitor and £20 (£10 each) for 2 visitors. The same excellent value is available across more than 150 Retirement Lodges for owners to visit throughout the UK.
St Paul’s Lodge is managed by the award winning Millstream Management Services, working closely with Churchill Retirement Living and Stratton & King to maintain the highest standards of maintenance and service for every lodge and owner.
St Paul’s Lodge requires at least one apartment resident to be over the age of 60 with any second resident over the age of 55. Each Apartment is completely self-contained with its own front door, providing you with privacy and peace and quiet when you want it. When you fancy some company, you’ll find the Owners’ Lounge a popular and relaxed place to meet.
Service Charge (Year ending 31st August 2021): £3,428.53 per annum. Collected by Millstream Management every 6 months
Ground rent: £566.68 per annum. Collected by Millstream Management every 6 months
Council Tax: Band C
125 lease years commencing March 2005
Pets allowed with permission from Managing agent.
Service charges include: Careline system, buildings insurance, water and sewerage rates, communal cleaning, air source heating, utilities and maintenance, garden maintenance, lift maintenance, lodge manager and a contribution to the contingency fund.
DESCRIPTION Measurements are approximate and some may be maximum on irregular walls.
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