Apartment 37 at William Page Court is tucked quietly away at the end of a hallway yet located just a short walk from the lifts providing access to all other floors and the excellent facilities of the development. It is an especially bright and welcoming apartment presented in excellent condition and benefits from a lovely Sitting room with a French door and Juliette styled balcony providing a outlook over Broad Street below and to Page Park opposite. This ever-changing street scene provides for plenty of passing interest. In addition the sitting room leads to a quality well appointed kitchen with a comprehensive range of integrated appliances, master bedroom with en-suite facilities, a good-sized second bedroom and further shower room.
Constructed in 2016 by award-winning retirement home developers McCarthy and Stone, William Page Court has a distinctive linear frontage opposite the attractive Page Park. Staple Hill High Street is less than half a mile distance and the predominantly Victorian buildings provide for an eclectic mix of retailers, bars, restaurants and cafes. In fact it would be hard to find something not represented in this thriving Bristol suburb. William Page Court is a ‘Retirement Living’ development providing an independent lifestyle opportunity for those over 60 years of age with the peace-of-mind provided by the day-to-day support of our excellent House Manager whose overseas the smooth running of the development. All apartments are equipped with a 24-hour emergency call facility and sophisticated intercom system providing both a visual and verbal link to the main development entrance. There is also the excellent guest suite widely used by visiting family and friends for which a small charge of £25 per night applies.
It’s so easy to make new friends and to lead a busy and fulfilled life at William Page Court; there are always plenty of regular activities to choose from including; a fitness class, coffee mornings and afternoon teas, games and quiz nights, film nights, and occasional themed events. Whilst there is something for everyone there is certainly no obligation to participate and home owners can ‘dip in and out’ of activities as they wish.
William Page Court enjoys excellent communal facilities including a fantastic homeowners lounge, pleasant landscaped gardens, laundry, scooter store and onsite parking available by annual permit for which there is a charge of around £250 per annum and for which there may be a waiting list (please check with the House Manager to confirm).
having a solid Oak-veneered entrance door with spy-hole, security intercom system that provides both a visual (via the home-owners TV) and verbal link to the main development entrance door. Emergency pull cord, shallow store cupboard with meters and further walk-in store cupboard with light and shelving housing the Gledhill boiler supplying hot water, and the ‘Vent Axia’ heat exchange unit providing an economic heat recovery system,.
A double-glazed French door opens onto a Juliette style balcony with a glazed balustrade, there is also a full height window both adjacent allowing for ample natural light into this comfortable room. Both provide an interesting and ever-changing outlook over Broad Street below to Page Park opposite. There is a focal point fireplace with inset electric fire and an open archway leads to the well-appointed kitchen.
With a double-glazed window. There is an excellent range of soft white high-gloss fronted fitted units with contrasting laminate worktops having matching upstands and incorporating a stainless steel inset sink unit. Integrated appliances include; a four-ringed hob with glass splash back and stainless steel chimney extractor hood over, waist level oven and concealed fridge and freezer. Ceiling spot light fitting and tiled floor.
A lovely well-proportioned double bedroom with feature dropped-eaves and a double-glazed window. Large walk-in wardrobe with auto-light, hanging rails and shelving. A door leads to the en-suite wetroom.
Modern white suite comprising; a Back-to-the-wall WC with concealed cistern, vanity wash-basin with cupboard unit below and mirror with integral light above, and a level access, walk-in shower with both a 'raindrop' and traditional shower heads and glazed shower screen. Heated ladder radiator, emergency pull cord, ceiling spot lights. Extensively tiled walls and fully tiled floor.
Of a double size with feature dropped eaves and a double-glazed window.
Modern white suite comprising; a back-to-the wall WC with concealed cistern, vanity wash-basin with cupboard unit below and mirror with integral light above and glazed corner shower cubicle shower. Heated ladder radiator, emergency pull cord, ceiling spot lights. Extensively tiled walls and fully tiled floor.
• Cleaning of communal windows
• Water for communal areas
• 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, our 24 hour emergency call system, the heating and maintenance of all communal areas and all external window cleaning, exterior property maintenance and gardening. Find out more about service charges please contact your Property Consultant or House Manager.
999 years from the 1st Jan 2016
Annual fee - £495