About 44 Barn Lodge
Access via lift or stairs to; private front door with doorbell and undercover footpaths into main facilities.
A spacious hallway housing a large walk-in storage cupboard, cloaks cupboard, telephone point, call monitor to 24 hour emergency assistance, coved ceilings, thermostat, smoke alarm, doors to;
Sitting Room: 4.62m x 5.07m (15’2 x 16’8)
Panel glazed double doors to sitting / dining room, front aspect double glazed windows, TV/FM & telephone points, thermostat, coving to ceiling, archway through to:
Kitchen: 3.31m x 2.96m (10’10 x 9’9)
Double glazed windows. Modern cream fully fitted kitchen comprising a range of eye and base level units, with complementary work surfaces incorporating single drainer one-and-a-half-bowl stainless steel sink unit, ceramic hob with glass splash backs and extractor hood over, integrated fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, slim line dishwasher, concealed under unit lighting, concealed boiler for heating and hot water, smoke alarm, spot lights, tiled floors.
Master Bedroom: 4.44m x 3.30m (14’7 x 10’10)
Double glazed windows, built-in double wardrobe, TV/FM & telephone point, coved ceilings, emergency pull cords, temperature control, doors to:
En Suite Shower Room: 2.20m x 2.16m (7’3 x 7’1)
Fully tiled, wet room style shower, low level w/c, vanity unit with drawers under, shaver point, spot lights, medicine cupboard with front mirror, electric towel rail and emergency pull cord.
Bedroom Two: 3.35m x 3.13m (11’ x 10’3)
Rear aspect window, built-in wardrobe, TV/FM & telephone points, thermostat, coved ceilings.
Bathroom: 2.54m x 3.14m (8’4 x 10’4)
Fully tiled, low level bath, low level w/c, vanity unit with drawers under, shaver point, medicine cupboard with mirrored door, heated towel rail, spot lights and emergency pull cords.
Communal Gardens with delightful water feature and garden furniture for residents to enjoy in the summer.
The property is fully double glazed and has under floor heating to the main rooms, and comfort cooling system installed. The power for the communal areas is generated by solar panels helping Mayford Grange’s carbon footprint.