40 Moravia Court, Market Street, Forres IV36 1EA

£105,000 OIRO - New Instruction, Virtual tour available
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Property Details

  • Type: Flat
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: Communal
  • Outside Space: Communal
  • EPC Rating: B
  • Council Tax Band: B

Property Features

  • Beautiful move-in condition
  • Central location close to all amenities
  • Lovely outlook over parks and river
  • Low maintenance
  • East facing windows

Property Summary

A bright, east-facing, one-bedroom flat, on the second floor,  in a popular retirement development. In move-in condition with double glazing throughout, this flat has wonderful views out over the Mosset Burn and Rose Gardens and up towards the High Street.

In close proximity to the bus stop, shops and post office, town centre and the train station, this flat is conveniently located for most local amenities.

The modern development is designed to enable retired homeowners to lead an active, independent lifestyle, without many of the maintenance worries often associated with home ownership; all in a safe and secure environment with 24-hour Care Line. Residents can participate in the many organised social activities, lock-up-and-go travelling, or lead a quiet life knowing that they have neighbours in close proximity.


(measurements are approximate and given the irregular shape of the rooms have been stated at the widest points)

Access to the flats through the secure keypad entry system from the Moravia Court entrance to the reception area and foyer. A property manager is on duty from 8.30am – 2.30pm Monday to Friday. The flat can then be accessed via lift or stairs.

Entering number 40 through a white wooden door into the inner hallway. The inner hall provides access to the bedroom, bathroom and living room. A deep storage cupboard (1.9m x 1.0m) has shelves and ample storage space in addition to housing the hot water system, electricity consumer unit, coat hooks and shelves. Care Line cord. A keysafe is located outside the front door to the flat.

Living Room (7.2m x 3.3m)

A bright sitting room with light streaming in through the double patio-style doors to the front, that open to a Juliette balcony, and provide lovely views out over Market Street to the Rose gardens and up towards the High Street. Two glass-panelled doors open to the kitchenette. 3 double sockets, TV point, phone point, satellite point, carpet and curtains. Care Line cord.

Kitchen (2.3m x 2.2m)

Entered through double glass doors from the living room, this compact kitchen feels surprisingly spacious and light. Wooden base and wall units. A single sink with mixer taps sits beneath a double-glazed window. Integrated fridge freezer, electric hob, extractor fan and oven. Laminate flooring. Care Line cord.

Bedroom (4.2m x 2.8m)

With natural light streaming in through the east-facing window towards the gardens, this spacious double bedroom has double built-in wardrobes with bi-fold mirrored doors providing hanging and shelf space. 3 double sockets, TV point, phone point, storage heater, carpet and curtains. Care Line cord.

Shower room (1.7m x 2.0m)

Designed with a wide door, the shower room has a white two-piece suite (WC and wash hand basin) and a large shower enclosure with a mains shower. A cupboard beneath the basin provides convenient storage. The walls are tiled throughout for ease of cleaning. Fan heater and extractor fan. Heated towel rail. Care Line Cord.


Across from the flat there is a shared walk-in store, providing a handy space for additional storage for suitcases or other items not needed on a daily basis. A communal laundry with multiple washing machines and dryers is provided on the ground floor along with a large garage-style storage room that also houses the communal refuse bins, which are taken out by the manager. There is also a bottle bank in the shared parking area.

There are several, landscaped outdoor areas with outdoor seating for residents, along with a residents’ car park to the side of the property. A large lounge for residents provides an extra space for sitting, socialising, or joining in the many activities that are arranged, such as cocktail evenings, bingo, movie nights and others. The property has a lovely, community feeling with residents reporting what a difference it has made to their independence and how much they enjoy living there.

Fees are applicable to the property to cover all communal services/facilities, insurance, repairs and maintenance, gardening etc.

The principal homeowner must be over 60 years of age and other residents must be over 55 years of age.