One bedroom ground-floor independent living flat in Kilsby

Photograph of the garden and exterior of Stephenson Court

About the property

This one bedroom, double-glazed ground floor flat sits within Stephenson Court, an independent living scheme for people aged 55 and over in the village of Kilsby, mid-way between Ruby and Daventry.  

24-hour support is available through our lifeline service and heating is through a communal boiler system so your heating costs are included in the rent.

To find out more, contact our Home Choices team

Email home.choices@futureshg.co.uk or call 0300 456 2531.

Location:
Kilsby, Northamptonshire
Weekly rent:
£122.37 inclusive
Number of bedrooms:
1
Special features:
Independent living for the 55's and over

This is an easily accessible ground floor flat.

To help with your safety and independence, this flat has both a door entry system and a 24-hour telecare alarm service to call for help in an emergency. The cost of both of these is included in the weekly charges.

There is a communal garden plus a shared laundry at Stephenson Court together with other communal areas for socialising.

The bathroom is a wet room with level access to the shower.

Kilsby is a small village, mid-way between Daventry and Rugby. Much of the village is a conservation area and it includes several thatched properties as well as two pubs and two churches.

The village has plenty of community groups and the Kilsby Kronicle village newspaper will help you stay up to date with what's going on.

Residents of Stephenson Court can use the communal on-site car park.

Stephenson Court is an independent living scheme for people aged 55 and over. 

Four weeks' rent is payable in advance (£545.60). We will also ask for ID and references.

Domestic pets are not allowed at Stephenson Court.

Please be aware that if you are currently renting a property with Futures or another housing association you will need to give four weeks’ notice to end your current tenancy.

If you are currently renting privately, please make sure that you are in a position to move. If you have a fixed term tenancy you are legally bound to pay your rent to the end of the tenancy, unless your landlord agrees to you leaving early.

It may take several weeks from the date you are offered a property to the date it is ready for letting.  Please ensure that you can afford to move. 

 

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