Property 20 is a beautiful one-bedroom apartment measuring 588 square feet, ideally located on the first floor boasting a North facing Juliet balcony.
The spacious living room is decorated in a natural colour which gives a bright and airy feel, the fitted kitchen comes complete with integrated appliances.
The bedroom benefits form a walk in wardrobe fitted with hanging space and shelving units. Finally, the shower room is complete with slip resistant flooring, chrome towel radiator and an illuminating mirror.
This fantastic apartment is ready to move into today with fitted flooring, window coverings and light fittings throughout, don’t miss out call to book your exclusive appointment to view.
Council tax band: B
This is a leasehold property with a term of 999 years from and including 01/01/2020
Weekly service charge = £44.82 (reviewed annually)
Weekly ground rent = £8.15 (reviewed every 15 years from the 'lease start date'. Ground rent reviews stop on the 125th anniversary of the lease start date)
About Lancaster Court
Lancaster Court consists of 40 stylish one and two-bedroom retirement homes, exclusive to the over 60s and conveniently located close to the centre of Cockermouth. These stunning retirement apartments are available for sale or rent and incorporate intelligent design, giving you gorgeous, yet practical living spaces. Almost all these light and spacious properties feature either a Juliette balcony or a patio.
Low maintenance and sociable
Socialising is high on the agenda in this retirement community. The development enjoys a contemporary and comfortable communal lounge and a luxurious guest suite for when people come to stay. What’s more the rooftop terrace offers a scenic views of an ancient castle and the stunning backdrop of the Cumbrian Fells, a perfect place to relax and chat with friends.
Safe and secure
Safety is a priority and the development benefits from hi-tech fire safety and security systems, including door video entry and 24-hour emergency call out. You’ll also enjoy the services of a friendly House Manger, who is on hand on weekdays to help with anything you need.
Plenty to do on the doorstep
This attractive retirement development is ideally located close to all the amenities that Cockermouth has to offer, including the beautiful River Derwent. There is a bus stop within easy reach which quickly takes you into the heart of Cockermouth where you’ll find a wealth of cafes, bars and eateries as well as your favourite high street stores and smaller independent shops.
Situated on the convergence of the Cocker and Derwent rivers, Cockermouth stands as a gateway to the beautifully imposing mountains of the Lake District National park. The town still runs along its original ancient street patterns and has a characterful mix of historical architecture, including Medieval, Georgian and Victorian buildings - this has earned Cockermouth the status of being one of Britain's 51 'Gem Towns' - listed by the Council of British Archaeology for special preservation.
One of the town's main landmarks is Cockermouth Castle - with its original 13th Century dungeons - open to the public during the town's July festival. There's also the beautifully preserved Wordsworth House - birthplace of the poet, William Wordsworth, which offers fascinating tours of the house and gardens. Cockermouth's ancient market square has been recently rejuvenated and now reflects the town's eclectic history in various examples of stonework and pavement art. The traders still gather on the first Saturday of every month.
Cockermouth has plenty of shops and supermarkets, along with a wide array of amenities and independent local traders. There's also a fine selection of artisan restaurants, tea-rooms and eateries, and many of the town's excellent traditional pubs serve beers produced by Cockermouth's own Jennings Brewery, who also provide on-site tours.
For fitness enthusiasts, Cockermouth has its own sports centre with two gymnasiums and a large swimming pool. Culture-seekers can enjoy a varied calendar of theatre, cinema, comedy and performing arts events held at the Kirkgate centre. The town hosts a number of annual festivals, including The Cockermouth Live music and arts festival in July and the Taste Cumbria Cockermouth food festival in September. Cockermouth has regular local bus services connecting to the towns of Workington, Penrith and Carlisle. The town of Keswick - at the heart of the Lake District - is a 20 minute drive away.
The properties at this development are leasehold properties with a term of 999 years from and including 01/01/2020
By appointment only
From the development, there are a number of retail shops, cafés and supermarkets just 0.4 miles away.
If you like to stay active, Cockermouth Leisure Centre is within 0.2 miles and you can find walking opportunities organised by The Lake District Walker just 0.5 miles away.
Also, you are under 0.5 miles from Wordsworth House, a National Trust property.
Getting to Location
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