Front door with spy hole leads to the large entrance hall where the 24-hour Tunstall emergency response module is located. From the hallway there is a door to a walk-in storage cupboard/airing cupboard. Illuminated light switches, smoke detector. Security door entry system with intercom. Doors lead to the bedroom, living room and bathroom.
The living room is bright, tastefully decorated, and well-proportioned. It has a double aspect out look, feature fireplace. TV point with Sky+ connectivity. Two ceiling lights, two wall panelled heaters and raised power sockets.
Kitchen fitted with a wide range of base and wall units which are again fitted with roll edge work surfaces. The electric oven is built in at work surface height for easy usage. There is a ceramic four ringed hob which sits beneath the extractor hood. Also benefits from an integrated fridge. A double glazed window sits in front of the stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer.
A spacious double bedroom with a built in wardrobe plus a large, shelved, walk in cupboard with ample storage space. Emergency pull-cord, large double glazed window, TV and telephone point, wall panelled heater.
A purpose built wet room, with non slip safety flooring, equipped with low level bath, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and storage, fitted mirror and shaver point, WC, wall mounted heated towel rail, shower, and emergency pull-cord.
The bustling market town of Royston is situated on the borders of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire and is home to Goodes Court. Part of McCarthy & Stone's Retirement Living PLUS range (formally assisted living), Goodes Court is equipped to offer various levels of care depending on your needs. The development is situated on Baldock Road, close to Royston Heath and next to Royston golf course. Just 150 yards away, the traditional town centre offers a variety of of high street shops and amenities. Goodes Court is one of McCarthy & Stones Retirement Living PLUS range and is facilitated to provide it's homeowners' with extra care. An Estates Manager is on hand to manage the day to day running of the development and attend to any queries you may have. Within the service charge homeowners are allocated 1 hours domestic assistance per week, however, additional hours can be arranged by prior appointment. There are a range of personal care packages to suit your requirements - these are provided by the onsite CQC registered care team (subject to availability and by prior arrangement). For your reassurance the development is fitted with 24-Hour TV secure entry system. The development has a homeowners' lounge for socialising with friends and family and, for your convenience, an onsite waitress service restaurant with freshly cooked meals provided everyday. Other communal area's consist of a laundry room, mobility scooter store and charging point and landscaped gardens. It is a condition of purchase that residents must meet the age requirement of 70 years or of age or over.
• 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.
Service charge: £7,763.28 pa (for financial year ending 04/23)
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.
Annual fee - £435
Ground rent review date: June 2026
125 years from the 1st June 2011