Ryebeck Court was built by McCarthy & Stone purpose built for retirement living. The development consists of 41 one and two-bedroom retirement apartments for the over 60s. The dedicated House Manager is on site during working hours to take care of things and make you feel at home. There's no need to worry about the burden of maintenance costs as the service charge covers the cost of all external maintenance, gardening and landscaping, external window cleaning, buildings insurance, water rates and security systems. All energy costs of the laundry room, homeowners lounge and other communal areas are also covered in the service charge. 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 travelled 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). It is a condition of purchase that residents must meet the age requirement of 60 years or over.
Reybeck Court is situated in Pickering, a traditional market town which has a good range of shops selling local produce as well as quality high street shops, supermarket and a regular monthly farmers market. The town has many historic attractions including the famous North York Moors Steam Railway. You can enjoy a wealth of things to do in this charming market town as well as visiting the many nearby attractions such as Castlke Howard, Duncombe Park and some of the UK’s prettiest villages including Thornton Le Dale, Hutton Le Hole and Goathland which was the setting for the fictional village of Aidensfield in the hit TV series ‘Heatbeat’.
Front door with spy hole leads to the large entrance hall - the 24-hour Tunstall emergency response pull cord system is situated in the hall. From the hallway there is a door to a walk-in storage cupboard/airing cupboard. Illuminated light switches, smoke detector, apartment security door entry system with intercom and emergency pull cord located in the hall. Doors lead to the bedrooms, living room and bathroom.
A well-proportioned lounge which facing south west making it bright and airy. There is a feature electric fire with surround which makes an attractive focal point. TV and telephone points, Sky/Sky+ connection point. Two ceiling lights. Fitted carpets, raised electric power sockets. This open planned lounge leads onto the kitchen.
Fully tiled and fitted kitchen with a range of modern low and eye level units and drawers with a roll top work surface. UPVC double glazed window facing south west. Stainless steel sink with mono lever tap and drainer. Eye level oven, ceramic hob, cooker hood and integral fridge freezer.
Generously sized bedroom benefiting from a walk in wardrobe housing shelves and hanging rails. Ceiling lights, TV and phone point.
• 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
• Buildings insurance
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, the 24-hour emergency call system, the heating and maintenance of all communal areas, exterior property maintenance and gardening. Find out more about service charges please contact your Property Consultant or House Manager.
Parking is by allocated space subject to availability. 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.
125 years from 2015