Oakwood Court

Oakwood Court, Inverness

property description



Whether you’re looking for somewhere that’s easier to manage, a place you can safely ‘lock up and leave’ when you’re on your travels, or just somewhere you feel comfortable and secure, a Retirement Living apartment from McCarthy & Stone could be perfect for you. You’ll really appreciate the way our modern apartments are designed to make everything easier for you and the attention to detail in the stylish kitchens and bathrooms. It’s also comforting to know that there’s a House Manager to call on during office hours if you need assistance. Retirement Living at Oakwood Court includes 24 hour emergency call system allowing you to call for assistance day and night. The door entry system is linked to your television so you can see who’s calling and there's a House Manager who’s there to help everything run smoothly. You can take advantage of the beautiful Homeowners’ lounge a lovely place to meet up with friends when you feel like company or enjoy the stunning roof terrace and sun room overlooking the attractive landscaped gardens all maintained for you. There is also allocated car parking for permit holders (subject to availability) and a mobility scooter storage space complete with charging points.

It is a condition of purchase that single occupants must meet the age requirements of 60 years, in an event of a couple the second person must be over the age of 55 years.

Social Activities

There is a vibrant social scene at Oakwood Court to enjoy should you wish, a great opportunity to get to know your neighbours. There are weekly coffee mornings, plus a variety of activities for example: regular quiz night, an art group, computing for beginner's, crafting afternoon, walking group, regular outings , social nights, guest speakers, celebration evenings, communal supper nights, plus much more.

Local Area

As the UK’s northernmost city, Inverness enjoys an enviable setting surrounded by some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery whilst having all the benefits of city living on the doorstep. The city has twice been named the happiest place to live in Scotland – what better endorsement could there be for the capital of the Highlands? The rich history of Inverness can be traced throughout the city and surrounding areas, from the vitrified fort at Craig Phadrig, to Inverness Castle now housing Inverness Sheriff Court, to Culloden Battlefield, the site of the bloody Battle of Culloden which ended the Jacobite uprising in 1746. Modern day Inverness retains its historic market town charm while offering all you would expect from a cosmopolitan city. The city centre features a variety of shopping options from small unique stores in the Victorian market to large high street names in the Eastgate Shopping Centre. The thriving culinary scene offers an eclectic mix of restaurants and eateries throughout the city, while the Eden Court Theatre & Cinema leads a flourishing arts scene with a year round programme of events. Away from the city, lovers of the outdoors have an abundance of choice when it comes to destinations. Loch Ness is the most famous of these attractions, hosting hundreds of thousands of visitors every year from all corners of the globe. Whether you are monster hunting or merely seeking to enjoy the tranquil waters and stunning scenery surrounding the loch, there is something for everyone to enjoy, and all within half an hour’s drive of Inverness.

Entrance Hall

Welcoming entrance hall with a generous walk-in storage/airing cupboard. Illuminated light switches, smoke detector, apartment security door entry system with intercom and 24-hour Tunstall emergency response pull cord system. Doors lead to the lounge, bedroom and shower room.


Well presented spacious lounge with French doors onto the patio areas so you can sit and enjoy a coffee overlooking the pleasant garden grounds of Oakwood Court. There are ample raised electric power sockets, TV and telephone points and three ceiling lights. The decor is neutral throughout with fitted carpets. Partially double glazed doors lead onto a separate kitchen.


Well appointed fully fitted kitchen with tiled floor. Stainless steel sink with lever taps. Built-in oven, ceramic hob with extractor hood and fitted integrated fridge, freezer, washer/dryer and under pelmet lighting.


Good sized double bedroom benefiting a generous walk in wardrobe with hanging rails and shelving. There is a TV and phone point and ample electric sockets..

Shower Room

Contemporary shower room tiled and fitted with suite comprising of a spacious walk-in shower enclosure, WC, vanity unit with sink and illuminated mirror above.


Included in the sale all fitted carpets, kitchen roller blind and bedroom curtains, other items may be available subject to separate negotiation.

Additional Note

The temporary floor plan provided is that of a typical one bedroom apartment and is an identical layout of apartment 5.

Service Charge

• Cleaning of communal windows
• 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, 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.

Private Residents Car Parking (Permit Scheme)

Parking is by allocated space subject to availability. The fee is currently £250 per annum. Permits are available on a first come, first served basis. Please check with the House Manager on site for availability.

Property Consultant

Kristy Bishop, Property Consultant - North England and Scotland

Kristy Bishop

01202 362495