McCarthy Stone - Keatley Place, GL56
Prices around £179,950
Images may include optional upgrades at additional cost
This popular development only has one property available now to purchase, so why wait as we don't want you to miss out.
Last chance! Demand at Keatley Place is high, and we expect our last remaining apartment to be snapped up quickly. Each apartment at Keatley Place is luxuriously specified and solely for the over 60s - Please enquire now to avoid disappointment and call to book your exclusive viewing today.
There is only one stunning ground floor, one-bedroom apartment remaining which boasts a walk out private patio - perfect for soaking up the summer sun. We are exclusively including light fittings and curtains so don't miss your chance to move in!
Designed to seamlessly fit with the unique local architecture that makes the Cotswolds so appealing, Keatley Place is located on Hospital Road, parallel to the High Street. This secluded location means that while nestled away from the hustle and bustle, the thriving community in the town is easily accessible.With stunning views from the rear across open countryside, many apartments offer patios or walk out balconies so you can enjoy the outdoors from your own lounge.
Keatley Place in Moreton-in-Marsh has everything at your fingertips. The town centre is just 350m from your doorstep with coffee shops and supermarkets just down the road and the Moreton-in-Marsh train station is located just a few streets away, with a direct line to London Paddington.
Moreton-in-Marsh is a gorgeous little town in the northern Cotswolds. Once a thriving 13th century market town, you can still stock up on local produce and handmade goods at the weekly Tuesday market whose 200 stalls attract locals and visitors alike. Markets aside, there is plenty to see in Moreton-in-Marsh. The High Street is lined with elegant 18th century inns and houses, while the town's oldest building, the 15th century Curfew Tower is also worth a tour. A short walk from the centre of town leads you to a local Caravan Club and the Wellington Aviation Museum where you can discover the history of the Vickers Wellington bomber. JRR Tolkien fans will especially love Moreton-in-Marsh - it's said that the town was one of the inspirations for many scenes in Lord of the Rings. The Prancing Pony in Tolkien's town of Bree is believed to be based on the local Bell Inn, and indeed the similarities are undeniable. The area is also home to the Four Shire Stone, a 9-foot high pillar made from Cotswold stone. It's said that this stone was the inspiration for Tolkien's Three-Farthing Stone as featured in the Shire. Hobbits or no hobbits, Moreton-in-Marsh is a great place to be!The properties at this development are leasehold properties with a term of 999 years from and including 01/06/2016
The development offers excellent transport links and is located just 0.5 miles from Moreton-in-Marsh Railway Station.
The High Street is within 0.3 miles. Here you can find pubs, eateries and historical points of interest. Other recreational activities nearby include Queen Victoria Gardens and Moreton-in-Marsh Cricket Club, which are both within 0.5 miles of the development.
You will also find the grounds for the Moreton-in-Marsh annual village show 1.1 miles away.
Getting to Location
If you are using a Sat Nav system you may need the full address of this development. The postcode is newly created by Royal Mail and may not be accurate for some months.
You can also use the postcode GL56 0BN, which will take you to Hospital Road. Keatley Place is further up the road on the left.