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Hillside Court

31 Station Road, Plympton, Plymouth, Devon, PL7 2FR. Retirement housing

FirstPort

Managed by: FirstPort

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Email your enquiry or 0333 321 4041 (management)
or 0333 321 4072 (sales)


Manager's description

“Ideally located for the shops and amenities of Plympton”

Main facts

  • Retirement housing
  • 66 flats. Built in 2008. Sizes 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom
  • Resident management staff and Careline alarm service
  • Lift, lounge, laundry, guest facilities, garden
  • Whole site accessible by wheelchair. Access to site easy, but less so for less mobile people. Distances: bus stop 150 yards; shop 100 yards; post office 100 yards; town centre 100 yards; GP 0.25 mile(s); social centre 120 yards
  • Regular Social Activities include: coffee morning and afternoon tea.. New residents accepted from 60 years of age. Both cats & dogs generally accepted (subject to terms of lease and landlord permission)
  • Tenure(s): Leasehold
  • Cost: Re-sale prices from around £275,000 (2 bed), at Nov 2016
  • Developed by McCarthy & Stone

Info updated: 24/03/2010. Update info


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Residents’ views

Not available - The residents have not taken part in the EAC National Housing for Older People Awards, or used the EAC Residents Consultation Service (RCS).


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31 Station Road, Plympton, Plymouth, Devon, PL7 2FR

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