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- Lifestyle Development the over 60's
- Recently Constructed
- Open Plan Living/Dining Kitchen
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Wet Room
- Private Patio and Communal Grounds
- On-Site Facilities
- Secure Parking
Mickle Hill is a uniquely designed lifestyle development for the over 60's with a strong emphasis on creating a beautifully curated, independent community with excellent facilities and care options for every possible need. In their own words they have looked to create ‘Beautiful, inspirational communities with excellent amenities to help people enjoy life to the full’; an ethos which has been fully realised here. Supported and Supportive Living, as and when it is needed.
16 Mickle Hill is located on the western edge of the development with attractive open views to the east and with ground floor accommodation finished to the high standard and stylish finish which this development is known for.
In brief the accommodation comprises; large entrance hall with parquet flooring and fitted storage, east facing sitting room with doors opening out onto the private patio area, kitchen with stylish fitted units with Zanussi appliances. Two large double bedrooms, the larger of the two having a south facing aspect and door into the Wet Room, which is also accessed from the Hall. The property is fitted with a call button and intercom access and the design is particularly well suited to the over 60's with high level plugs and switches. The development provides many facilities including a Cinema Room, Bistro, Bar and Coffee Shop and Guest Suite. Also; Salon, Hairdresser, Gym and Jacuzzi as well as numerous beautifully presented and well cared for communal spaces including library and activities room where there is a dedicated activities coordinator. Mickle Hill is set in extensive communal landscaped grounds amounting to around 4 acres in total.
Pickering, known as ‘The Gateway to the Moors’ is a charming market town with a wide range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, sports centre, restaurants, public houses and an array of retailers. The town also boasts a number of visitor attractions. There is the terminus of the North York Moors Railway, an 18 mile steam railway running through the spectacular scenery of the Moors. There is a 12th century castle, a museum of rural life and a busy weekly market. The historic City of York is situated about 30 miles to the south and provides a wide range of services and amenities including a main line train service to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh in less than 2 hours