Princess Court offers brand new luxury apartments for over 55s (photos and video)

Five star living for the over 55s is promised at this brand new luxury development in East Cowes. If you’re looking to downsize or just relocate, Princess Court is well worth checking out. It even offers shared ownership, so you can spread the cost.

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If your children have flown the nest and you’re now rattling around a house that’s too big for just the one, or two of you, why not take a look at this brand new development in East Cowes.

Luxury development for over 55s
Princess Court is a luxury development of 39 spacious one and two bedroom apartments for over 55s.

It’s conveniently located close to the Town Centre, Medical Centre, Waitrose and transport links to the mainland.

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The brand new, luxury development, Princess Court

It’s all brand new
Did we mention that it’s all brand new? If you buy an apartment at Princess Court there’ll be no more worrying about maintaining an old house, or having the think about replacing the appliances that have served you over the last twenty years.

At Princess Court each spacious apartment has the benefit of a Magnet fitted kitchen with an induction hob and Whirlpool appliances.

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One of the Kitchens at Princess Court

You’ll find generous storage space and even a private balcony; with the added luxury in most of the apartments of an en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe.

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Show Home Master Bedroom at Princess Court

Lounge Dining area at Princess Court

Town or Solent views
With a selection of outlooks to choose from, whether it’s a busy townscape or spectacular Solent views that you are looking for, Princess Court has something to offer you.

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South Facing Terrace at Princess Court

The view from Princess Court

Keeping you secure
As well as all of the above, other benefits of the development include:

  • Lift to all floors
  • Security entry system
  • Allocated parking (limited availability)
  • Guest suite available
  • Communal Britannia Lounge
    Princess Court owners have the exclusive use of the Communal Britannia Lounge, a luxurious living space with comfortable seating areas situated on the third floor with excellent views across East Cowes.

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    The Communal Britannia Lounge at Princess Court

    The Britannia Lounge benefits from a sizeable south facing terrace, offering the perfect area to enjoy the beautiful sunsets and socialise with other owners.

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    The Communal Lounge Terrace at Princess Court

    Shared ownership
    You only need to pay 75% of the market value to buy and move into your apartment and pay a low rent on the remaining 25% equity. You can buy more at a later date if you wish.

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    Show Home Kitchen at Princess Court

    Get in touch via the contact details at the bottom of the feature and more a detailed fact sheet can be sent to you, but in the meantime,

    Example for Apartment 7 – the open market value of this particular apartment is £186,667 you only need pay £140,000.

    You then pay a rent at 0.5% per annum of the balance of £46,667 which equates to just £4.48 per week.

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    Show Home Shower Room at Princess Court

    Help to sell
    If you have a property to sell first, why not let Captiva help sell at market value. They’ll even pay your agent’s fees. Call Marc on 01983 215005 (T&Cs Apply).

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    Just along the Esplanade from Princess Court

    For more information about Princess Court, visit the Website.

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    Friday, 1st March, 2019 12:27pm



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