Apartment 48 at The Bridges is a two bedroom apartment with en-suite, benefiting from a private walk-on balcony overlooking the Macclesfield Canal.
Like all apartments in this brand new development, apartment 48 comes with a fitted fireplace with integrated fire and quality carpets throughout.
The kitchen is fully-fitted with plenty of storage and features with integrated appliances, so whether it’s a casual lunch or a special meal for family or friends, you have everything you need to play host.
The hob and oven are electric, as are your energy-efficient hot water and central heating system, and there are ample easy-reach light switches, power sockets and telephone connection points throughout.
The master bedroom features a fitted wardrobe to help keep things tidy – with a utility cupboard and separate storage room providing ideal space for a washer/dryer.
In the en-suite you’ll find a level access shower with slip resistant flooring, as well as a heated towel rail. The contemporary bathroom is fully tiled, with an illuminated mirrored cabinet.
The Bridges, Macclesfield comprises 62 private retirement apartments for sale, ideally located on the banks of the Macclesfield Canal and within a short distance of local shops. Designed with independent living in mind, each apartment has been finished to a high specification and includes a fully fitted kitchen complete with Amtico flooring, plenty of storage space and luxurious wet rooms. All apartments are fully carpeted, ready for you to move in. Most apartments also have a balcony or patio, giving you that all-important private outdoor space. Should you require additional support the on-site team can provide a tailored solution and are available 24 hours a day.
Our range of spacious apartments are designed to offer flexibility to suit everyone. We also focus on the little things that make a big difference – from how a home feels, such as natural light, a user-friendly layout, a private patio or balcony – to smart, space-saving storage.
Our apartments offer a range of features and fittings to guarantee years of hassle-free living. A typical example would include:
Imagine more time to enjoy the things that matter most. Time to relax in your new apartment, meet new friends in our homeowners’ lounge, share a freshly prepared meal in the restaurant or take advantage of all that Macclesfield has to offer. If you have a people friendly pet, they’re also welcome too.
*additional charges apply.
All homeowners living at The Bridges, Macclesfield will contribute to a Service and Well-being Charge. The high level of care, support and services on offer to enhance quality and enjoyment of life are what make Adlington different. These charges are to provide services such as;
Our management team takes great pride in providing a very high standard of service including checking on all homeowners well-being, and liaising with family and professionals if necessary. They consult with homeowners on all aspects of the operations of the development and facilitate numerous social events and activities that can be participated in as much, or as little, as you like.
You no longer have to take into consideration the ongoing costs of upkeep and maintenance of your current property, grounds and gardens. As well as owning a modern stylish apartment built to high specification that is well insulated and cost effective to heat.
Monthly Service and Well-being Charges at Macclesfield are;
The Service and Well-being Charge is reviewed annually. It is important to point out that payment of the service charge has to continue even if the apartment is vacant, as it is apportioned between all homeowners in order to maintain the high standard of service.
As you would expect in your own home other household expenditures will remain as the homeowner’s responsibility. These typically include:
The two most important points to remember about the Communal Facilities Fee (CFF) are, firstly, you pay nothing now and, secondly, it is designed to help maintain the continued high standard of the development and ensure that each apartment, if sold, has the opportunity to achieve best value within the housing market.
The CFF is based on the principle of “enjoy today, pay in the future” and monies are only deducted when you sell your property.
One of the many appeals of an Adlington Retirement Living development is the extensive communal facilities enjoyed by all our homeowners. Our table service restaurant, lounge, guest suite, hairdressing salon and therapy rooms are very popular and provide a focal point for the sense of community and well-being appreciated by our homeowners and their families. Outdoors our landscaped gardens offer a peaceful space to enjoy the fresh air, relax or chat with friends. These facilities, plus those that support our on-site management team such as the office, kitchen, and staff rooms, ensure an independent lifestyle for our homeowners.
The CFF only applies when you sell your apartment so there are no upfront or annual fees to worry about.
The CFF is simply calculated as 2% per annum of the re-sale price of your apartment when it is sold. This fee is payable for each year or part year of occupation and is capped at 10 years.
As well as maintaining high standards for all our homeowners to enjoy daily, the CFF also covers longer term capital works. Specific benefits include:
Additional personal tailored care packages can be designed to suit your individual requirements. All care packages are drawn up in consultation with you, based upon a careful assessment of your needs and are regularly reviewed. Short term illness and recuperation packages can be tailored to individual requirements where required. Costs are based on the level of need per person.
“Since we moved here, we can walk straight out onto the canal footpath and it’s flat. We walked to one of our daughters’ houses the other day. It took us about 25 minutes along the canal towards Bollington. Two of our daughters are just a few minutes’ walk away and it’s nice that we can walk to them or they can come to us.
The garden’s beautiful too. We had a lovely garden and I will miss it, but I also knew that when this year came, I probably couldn’t go on doing it.”