- Two bedroom apartment on the Ground Floor
- Lodge Manager available Monday to Friday
- Owners lounge & Kitchen with regular social events
- Fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances
- Guest Suite available
- Built in washer/dryer
- Lift to all floors
- 24 Hour emergency Careline system
- Owners Car Parking and Communal Gardens
- Great location close to the town centre & excellent transport links
**THE ONLY TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT TO HAVE DIRECT ACCESS TO THE REAR COMMUNAL GARDENS**
Stratton and King are delighted to be marketing this beautifully presented two-bedroom ground floor apartment which enjoys direct access to a patio and the communal gardens. The lovely Lounge enjoys views over the communal gardens as well as providing access to the Kitchen. This is a Southerly facing room which enjoys lots of natural light. The Kitchen offers a range of eye and base level high gloss units with working surfaces over and tiled splashbacks. There is a fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, waist height oven and hob with extractor hood over. A window also overlooks the communal gardens. The bedrooms are both lovely size double rooms, the master benefitting from its own walk in wardrobe and en-suite shower room. The additional shower room offers a shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin with vanity unit beneath. Perfectly complementing this wonderful property is a patio area immediately abutting the Lounge, ample storage and a spacious hallway.
New Pooles Lodge is a delightful development of one and two bedroom retirement apartments located in the outer urban area in the north east of the city of Bristol.
Fishponds is an outer urban area in the northeast of the English city of Bristol. It is approximately 3 miles from Bristol city centre. It has two large Victorian era parks, Eastville Park and Vassell's Park. The River Frome runs through both parks, with the Frome Valley Walkway running along it. A restored mill can be found at Snuff Mills near the Vassells Park end of the river. It has retained its original waterwheel, which can still be seen and heard turning. Eastville Park has its own large boating lake, with central wildlife reserves.
The area of Fishponds was once covered by the Royal Forest of Kingswood. The forest was progressively reduced and developed over the centuries, with Fishponds first recorded as the "Newe Pooles" in 1610, and subsequently "Fish Ponds" by 1734. By the 17th century it was thriving village with numerous stone built cottages for miners and quarrymen who quarried for coal and pennant stone. The village grew up around the two pools formed from the old quarries, but both were filled in by 1839.
Fishponds is mainly residential through which two main bus routes pass. Housing is typically of the terraced Victorian variety.
The high street features amenities including a chemist, post office, opticians and supermarkets including a Coop and Sainsburys local. The vibrant town of Fishponds offers excellent transport links to Bristol, Kingswood and Staple Hill. There are plenty of shops and cafes within walking distance nearby, and the Eastgate Centre with a large Tescos is 10 minutes away by car.
Bristol City Centre is easily accessible by bus or car, and the M32 is 10 minutes away with links to the M4 and M5. Doctors' surgeries and dentists are all nearby, and there are many parks in the area in which to relax, such as Snuff Mills or Page Park.
New Pooles Lodge has been designed with safety and security at the forefront, all apartments and communal areas have an emergency Careline system installed, monitored by the onsite Lodge Manager during the day 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.
New Pooles Lodge’s manager, Elizabeth, is on hand throughout the day to support the Owners and keep the development in perfect shape. There are regular coffee morning held in the Owners Lounge.
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.
New Pooles 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.
New Pooles 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 31 May 2020): £3,449.75 per annum. Collected by Millstream Management every 6 months
Ground rent £625 per annum. Collected by Millstream Management every 6 months
Council Tax Band D
999 year Lease commencing 2018
Pets allowed with permission from Managing agent.
Service charges include: Careline system, buildings insurance, apartment heating, water and sewerage rates, communal cleaning, 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.
CONSENTS We have not had sight of any relevant building regulations, guarantees or planning consents all relevant documentation pertaining to this property should be checked with your legal advisor before exchanging contracts.
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