available and price 70% share at £175,000 (Please
note that the other 30% of the value remains locked permanently in the
Court, is a leasehold sheltered housing scheme, it offers independent living
and can provide greater security and peace of mind for older adults.
support officer Monday to Friday
link to Call Centre for emergencies
entrance hall with disabled access ramp and entry phone
note the approved buyer(s) must be aged 55 years and above.
property is located in a three-storey block containing 53 flats, built around
1987. Mains services are connected including water, electricity and drainage.
The home includes;
Court is situated in a popular residential area. It's located in a convenient residential
road close to Mitcham town centre with its good shopping and public transport
facilities. Local restaurants, public open spaces and places of worship are
located within a short walk of the property. Road and rail transport including
tram links are available to central London and the suburbs. St Peter and Paul
RC primary schools nearby.
Ahern (Scheme Manager)
Check with provider for accessibility information.
You may be eligible for this property if:
You have a gross household income of no more than £80,000 per annum.
You are unable to purchase a suitable home to meet your housing needs on the open market.
You do not already own a home or you will have sold your current home before you purchase or rent.
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