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Scholars Court, Alcester Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6PN

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  Scholars Court,
Alcester Road,
CV37 6PN
Independent Apartment 1 £115,000
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Scholars Court was completed in 1992 and consists of 43 flats in a single building off Alcester Road close to the town centre.

Facilities include a house manager and 24 hour emergency Careline system, residents' lounge, guest suite, communal laundry and garden. Shops in the town centre are nearby.

Access : Stratford-upon-Avon is about nine miles from Warwick and six miles from J15 of the M40. Alcester is about seven miles and Banbury 18 miles. Fast Trains to London (Marylebone) take about two hours and ten minutes.

Stratford-upon-Avon was mentioned in Domesday as Stradforde and had a mill with its name deriving from where a minor Roman Road crossed the River Avon. The town is famous for its connections with Shakespeare who was born and died here. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre was built in 1932 and is by the River Avon. The theatre has one of the oldest drama festivals in the country first begun by David Garrick in the eighteenth century.

Tenure: Leasehold

General Information:

Scholars Court is managed by Peverel Retirement , 12 Centre Court, Vine Lane, Halesowen, West Midlands B63 3EB Telephone: 0333 321 4060

If you want to call the management company direct call 0333 321 4061, or if you want to contact the development direct, call 01789 261 281

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