Guardian Court, Cheltenham
Moorend Glade, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 9DP
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Welcome to Guardian Court, Cheltenham
Guardian Court in Cheltenham is a purpose-built development managed on the residents’ behalf by Anchor. At Guardian Court you can live your life to the full, secure in the knowledge that there is an estate manager who will provide essential support around the maintenance of your property. They will be on hand to make sure the estate you live in is safe and welcoming. And for additional peace of mind, you’ll be linked to a 24-hour emergency alarm call service should you need it.
Should you decide to sell your property in the future we can help by providing information required by solicitors and dealing with any complex enquiries.
If you’d like more information about Guardian Court, please get in touch. We’d be delighted to hear from you.
What can we help with?
Want to arrange a visit?
We encourage visits to Guardian Court so you can meet the manager and get a feel of what it would be like to live here. You will be able to look around, meet other residents, find out what goes on and ask any questions you may have.
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Find out more about costs and availability
For the most up to date information on availability at Guardian Court, our current charges and fees, or to discuss your personal circumstances, please contact us. Our team are here to help answer your questions and provide you with all the information you need to make a considered decision about your future home.Contact us
Life at Guardian Court
If you are over 60 years old and wanting to own a retirement property without the burden of maintenance and repairs, Anchor-managed properties may be the answer. Each Anchor estate is different and offers a unique home.
Guardian Court is set in beautiful grounds built in 1982 and comprises of 28 spacious flats; 24 two bedroom flats and 4 one bedroom flats.
All properties have a bathroom or shower room, a fitted kitchen and a lounge in addition to the bedrooms. Each flat also has gas central heating and an individual boiler.
At Guardian Court the residential estate manager will act as the first point of contact for any queries that residents may have and offer help to access local services.
Every property at Guardian Court is linked to a 24-hour alarm call system that enables you to contact the Manager or our 24 hour central support system in cases of emergency.
Every Anchor estate has either a resident or visiting manager who provides help, advice and co-ordinates any services provided.
In addition to individual private properties, Guardian Court offers some shared facilities for the use and enjoyment of all the residents, including:
- a guest suite for visitors
- residents’ and visitors’ parking
- a laundry
- a mobile library service
At Guardian Court you can take part in regular house meetings and enjoy frequent coffee mornings with the other residents. There are also a range of amenities nearby including, Post Office, library, supermarket, bus stops and various takeaways.
Anchor endeavour to be completely transparent about all our charges and fees. Below is indicative pricing to act as a guide to the costs at Guardian Court, Cheltenham. For further information please contact us.
How much does it cost?
Retirement properties for sale
Service charges start at £147.46 per month
What is included in leasehold charges?
The services provided by the estate manager at Guardian Court include: liaising with residents and prospective residents; making sure the estate is safe, secure and welcoming; maintaining the building and managing the estate. The costs for these services, carried out by our professional staff, are included in the monthly service charge.
All this has the added advantage of protecting property values for all residents.
The estate manager is available to discuss financial issues related to the running of the estate. The audited accounts will be sent to you by post every year. Actual expenditure is monitored against the annual budget throughout the year and service charges are reviewed annually.
Service charges are put together in accordance with the terms of your lease. They cover the costs associated with the upkeep of the estate, including insurance of the building and maintenance of communal areas.
Our retirement properties have a real community feel where people interact with their neighbours, families and friends, continuing to do all the things they love. Many of our leasehold housing developments organise a wide range of activities and events tailored to the interests of the people living in them.