The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Cognatum Estates: October 2015
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Cognatum Estates is the leading provider of exclusive retirement property for the 55+ market with security and exceptional service, managed with integrity and value for money. Our high specification retirement developments have an enviable reputation for style and quality.
Discover our well-established private estate located in Tattenhall within easy reach of major road and rail networks. Flacca Court stands in private grounds near the centre of the village.
No 17 is in a sought after position within Flacca Court enjoying views over the courtyard gardens and situated close to the private lane which leads directly onto the High Street. There is an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and under stairs storage, downstairs shower/cloakroom door to the sitting room, door to the fitted kitchen and double doors to the dining room . There is a door from the kitchen and double doors from the dining room with direct access to the private patio garden. On the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and jack and jill bathroom. Bedroom 2 has a dressing room/study. To the rear of the property is a terrace patio garden with flower borders, garden shed, gateway to communal gardens and access to Tattenhall High Street. The single garage with is located within the main courtyard area.
For further information or to view No. 17 please call the estate managers Mike and Caroline Coley on 01829 771410 or 07715 603988.
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