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Trowbridge, Wiltshire








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This well presented McCarthy Stone retirement property is found on the ground floor and offers a surprising amount of space. The living room opens to dining area/study space whilst the bedroom is a wonderful size and features built in wardrobes. A shower room and kitchen complete this CHAIN FREE apartment.

McCarthy Stone have long been market leaders in the retirement sector and Regal Court is a fine example of why. As well as your own private accommodation, there is a residents lounge to encourage the social atmosphere, attractive communal grounds, laundry room and guest suite available to visitors at a reasonable rate. A lift serves the building with access to all floors whilst an emergency pull cord system allows residents to call for help when necessary. To the side of the building you have a residents car park.

Found on the ground floor, this wonderful property has an entrance hall with a large airing cupboard and doors to the shower room, bedroom and lounge-diner. A spacious and inviting room, the lounge-diner opens to an additional space, perfect for a desk or craft table. Double doors lead to the kitchen where you find a selection of fitted units, an electric oven and hob as well as under counter space for a fridge and freezer. The bedroom is a superb size and features built in wardrobes as well as plenty of space for the usual bedroom furniture. Completing the accommodation is the shower room with a double shower cubicle, WC and vanity unit.

We have been advised that the property is leasehold with a 125 year lease from 2003. The annual ground rent is £365 whilst the service charge is £1,272.57 every six months to cover maintenance of all communal areas, buildings insurance, house manager and use of the laundry room. There is also a contingency fee of 1% of the sale price and a 1% transfer fee payable to the freeholder, both payable on resale.

Trowbridge is the county town of Wiltshire found close to the western border with Somerset. On the fringe of the town centre, you find Trowbridge Town Park, a large open space with a host of activities, tree lined paths and a riverside walk to Biss Meadows Country Park. St Stephens Place provides several dining options along with a multi-screen cinema complex. There are a wide variety of historic buildings around the town along with a selection of beautiful walks nearby, including the Kennet and Avon Canal and Southwick Country Park. The town has superb transport links with Trowbridge station providing access to London as well as a short ride to the world heritage city of Bath. The A350 passes the fringe of the town, leading to the M4 via Chippenham and the A303 and A36 to the south.

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