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Bredon Court is a development of apartments and bungalows built specifically for retirement. Properties here have the benefit of a resident house manager, a 24 hour emergency Careline system, CCTV and security intercom linked to the main entrance. There is a lift to all floors, a fully equipped communal laundry and a guest suite which residents can hire for visitors for a modest nightly fee. It is a condition of purchase that residents are over the age of 60 years, or in the case of a couple, one must be over 60 and the other over 55 years.
Number 24 is situated on the middle floor of the three storey section of the building as seen from the front but is on the same level as the main entrance which is accessed at the rear of the car park and is therefore considered ground floor.
Bredon Court is a level walk from the centre of Broadway which lies approximately a half mile distant. The village requires little introduction, situated within the Cotswolds designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and with a good range of shops and amentities catering for everyday needs to include a doctors surgery, dentist, a supermarket and various specialist stores.
Council Tax band B. The property is for sale leasehold and held on a 125 year lease from July 1st 1989. There is a bi-annual service charge of £977.06 (Mar 16 - Aug 16) and annual ground rent of £418.70. The service charge includes the following:
Cleaning and maintenance of common parts including garden
Resident Estate Manager
Main reception hall
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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