Cotswolds Property Company, one of your joint venture companies, has unveiled a new show apartment at its retirement development in Minchinhampton, Stuart Court. The two-bedroom apartment is the newest show home to the scheme and demonstrates ground floor, lateral living in the final remaining apartment. Beautifully staged by Beau Properties, the apartment offers purchasers an insight into life at this sought-after development.
Carefully designed with the requirements of those of later life in mind, the apartment showcases the spaciousness and flexibility of the home. The absence of stairs and fewer corridors maximises space allowing the resident to move around with ease. The open-plan layout means spaces are flexible and rooms can be used and adapted to the resident’s preference.
The apartment is finished to a good specification; internally is a more contemporary finish with stylish furniture and energy efficient heating, whilst externally has a traditional Cotswold feel, reflecting the architecture of the local area. A fully integrated kitchen adjoins the utility room and spacious dining area with bi-fold doors leading through to the living room. Large, glass sliding doors lead through to the private patio with raised plant beds to the rear and a terrace at the front. The master bedroom benefits from an ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, whilst the second double bedroom is served by a contemporary shower room.
The home is located in the grounds of the existing Stuart Court, a retirement scheme managed by Cognatum. Beautiful gardens and woodland are maintained by the 24 on-site Estate Managers, who provide support and security whilst maintaining the independence of the resident. Additional features included are an allocated parking space, external storage pod, communal allotments, 1 year warranty and access to a guest suite for visitors to stay.
3-bedroom cottages and one apartment remaining at this popular development. For further information contact Sinead on 07464 489058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to Blog Feed