Positioned on the second floor in a prestigious apartment complex within walking distance of Wokingham town centre, is this one-bedroom apartment, offered to the market with no onward chain complications.
Part of the Glebelands estate, The Broccoli Cloisters was built to provide secure, independent living within a community setting, restricted to those who are over 55 years of age.
The building is set around a central courtyard where residents will often meet in the summer months. This particular apartment has had additional features installed such as a fully automatic, remote-controlled front door, low level shallow kitchen worktops, raised fridge and freezer for ease of access and even remote-controlled blinds.
Accessed through a large hallway with two huge storage cupboards, one that houses a washing machine, the accommodation comprises a large living/dining room which is open to the kitchen and has views over the trees at the rear of the building, followed by a large bedroom with fitted furniture and access to a jack-and-jill style wet room.
Communal facilities include a residents reception room which has stunning views over the communal grounds which stretch over several acres, three guest suites, and a charge room for those with mobility scooters. There is also additional storage available on the floor for more bulky items such as suitcases, etc. There is a paid bus service that runs to town twice a week although it is only a short stroll from the top of Woolf Drive, Waitrose only being a ten-minute walk.