Located within a well appointed over fifty five’s development adjacent to the historic Bridlington old town, a location that appeared in the recent Dad’s Army film and provides a wealth of small independent shops, café restaurants, public houses and art galleries.
Entering through the communal entrance way with manned reception then heading along past the social area towards the lift for the first floor brings you to this generously proportioned apartment.
On entering you will find a large lounge dining area with patio doors leading to a Juliet balcony, off the dining area a separate kitchen provides fitted fridge and freezer, raised oven, hob and abundant worktop and cupboards.
Both bedrooms will accommodate double beds with ease leaving plenty of room for wardrobes and vanity units, bedroom one has fitted wardrobes. The shower room has a double sized shower cubicle with sliding doors, fitted assistance rails, sink with vanity unit and toilet.
There is double glazing throughout, independent water heating and emergency call system adding to the overall comfort of this apartment.