- Ground floor flat in purpose-built development for the over 55's
- Very central location yet quiet and sheltered
- The sitting room and the kitchen both overlook Priest Row with St Cuthberts beyond
- Residents' parking (subject to availability and at an an annual charge)
- Three bedrooms (2 with built-in storage)
- Shower room and separate guest cloakroom
- Communal garden, lounge and guest suite
- Development manager
- 24/7 emergency call system
Unusually this ground floor apartment offers 3 bedrooms with a shower room and separate cloakroom and is set within a centrally located development for the over 55's. Overlooking Priest Row and St Cuthbert's Church this has a great connection to the outside world whilst being secure and quiet.
There are various secure access points into the development from the High Street, Priest Row and Union Street car park. The private entrance door leads into a hallway with large store cupboard and an airing cupboard. To the left is a sitting room diner with a window overlooking Priest Row and St Cuthbert's Church beyond giving a sense of involvement with the local environment and the wider world. Off the sitting room is a well appointed kitchen with a range of integrated appliances including electric oven and hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. This room also has a view onto Priest Row.
The hallway gives access to a cloakroom and separate shower room with three bedrooms beyond. Two of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The number of bedrooms gives a good level of flexibility as to how you might use the accommodation.
There are pleasant areas of garden dotted around the development.
Residents' facilities include a lounge (with kitchen area off) and a guest suite. Parking (subject to availability). Communal garden. Entry phone and 24/7 emergency call system.
There is a development manager to oversee the smooth running of the site.
Wells is the smallest city in England and offers a vibrant high street with a variety of independent shops and restaurants as well as a twice weekly market and a choice of supermarkets including Waitrose. At the very heart of the city is the medieval Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and Vicars’ Close (reputed to be the oldest surviving residential street in Europe).
Bristol and Bath lie c. 22 miles to the north and north-east respectively with mainline train stations to London at Castle Cary (c.11 miles) as well as Bristol and Bath. Bristol International Airport is c.15 miles to the north-west.
On foot from the offices of holland & odam cross the road and keep right following the High Street. Turn right into Priest Row where one of the entrances can be found just beyond the florist.