For Sale £395,000
Situation and Description
Bowling Court is arguably the most sought after of the several retirement developments in Henley, being set off the Fairmile (A4130) and located the northern side of the town, a level walk to Phyllis Court, the river, Henley Town Centre and the comprehensive shopping facilities that include a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants, two supermarkets, cinema, theatre as well as pleasant river walks and the railway station that provides a service to London Paddington (55 mins.). The commuter is serviced by both the M4 (J8/9) and M40 motorways approximately 7 miles.
Briefly arranged as follows:
A door leads into a spacious hall with loft access with central boarded area, airing cupboard and storage cupboard and independent access into the living room, kitchen/breakfast room and shower room. Both the kitchen and bathroom have been updated in the last four years.
The living room has an attractive square bay window with double doors out onto a small private patio area and views over the landscaped communal gardens. There is a wide access into the double bedroom and a further door leads into the conservatory with access out onto a small patio area and the rear communal gardens.
Attractively landscaped communal gardens, laid largely to lawn with numerous flowerbeds and borders, pergolas with established climbers, mature trees, shrubs and hedging. Outside seats have views across the ornamental pond with fountain to the original house that accommodates the warden, residents’ lounge, laundry and visitors’ guest suite which can be reserved for a nominal sum. Parking is provided for residents and visitors.
From the traffic lights in the centre of Henley with the river bridge behind, turn right down Bell Street and continue until it becomes Northfield End and continue over the 2 mini roundabouts and head towards Oxford. Bowling Court will be found after approximately 200 yds on the left.
£155.00 per calendar month (TBC). This charge covers the Resident Manager and a gardener/handyman, a 24-hour Emergency Call System, upkeep and maintenance externally of all buildings (including window cleaning), gardens and all communal areas and insurance of these buildings and areas.
It will be necessary for a representative of the Association to meet with the purchaser before they move into their new home to ensure that the services provided by the Association match their requirements.
Due to current regulations it is now necessary for purchasers to provide proof of Identity. This can be in the form of either a current passport or photo driving licence, together with proof of address (valid in the last 3 months) which can be either a utility bill or driving licence (if this has not been used as proof of identity).