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Hudsons Court, Darkes Lane, Potters Bar


Retirement Property






831 sq ft

77 sq m

Describes how you own a property. There are different types of tenure - freehold, leasehold, and commonhold.Read more about tenure in our glossary page.

Key features

  • MASTER BEDROOM 18'6 X 13'7 MAX
  • LOUNGE/DINER 16'3 X 16'3 'L' SHAPED
  • BEDROOM 2 16'7 X 13'11
  • KITCHEN 9'5 X 7'3


An extremely well presented two bedroomed first floor retirement flat which comprises a lounge/dining room which overlooks the beautifully maintained gardens, fitted kitchen, magnificent master bedroom with built in wardrobes. A good sized second bedroom which is currently being used as the main reception. There is a a modern shower room and large storage/cloaks cupboard in the entrance hall.

The development has a lift, residents' lounge, laundry room, house manager, guest suite, video door entry system and 24 hour emergency call system. There is residents' parking (unallocated) and guest parking.

We understand that the lease was 125 years from April 2000, therefore having 102 years
remaining. The service charge is approximately £5,000 pa, which includes the building
insurance and a reserve fund for the upkeep of the communal areas. Ground rent £385 pa.
Council Tax Band: D
EPC Rating: B
It is a condition of purchase that residents be over the age of 60 years, or in the event of a
couple, one the other must be over the age of 55 years.

We understand that the lease was 125 years from April 2000, therefore having 102 years remaining. The service charge is £5000 pa, which includes buildings insurance and a reserve fund for the upkeep of the communal areas. The Ground Rent is £415 pa.

Council Tax Band D

EPC Rating B

It t is a condition of the purchase that residents be over the age of 60 years, or in the event of a couple, one must be over the age of 60 years and the other over 55 years.


Hudsons Court, Darkes Lane, Potters BarBrochure

Tenure: Leasehold You buy the right to live in a property for a fixed number of years, but the freeholder owns the land the property's built on.Read more about tenure type in our glossary page.

GROUND RENTA regular payment made by the leaseholder to the freeholder, or management company.Read more about ground rent in our glossary page.

£415 per year (Ask agent about the review period)When and how often your ground rent will be reviewed.Read more about ground rent review period in our glossary page.

ANNUAL SERVICE CHARGEA regular payment for things like building insurance, lighting, cleaning and maintenance for shared areas of an estate. They're often paid once a year, or annually.Read more about annual service charge in our glossary page.


LENGTH OF LEASEHow long you've bought the leasehold, or right to live in a property for.Read more about length of lease in our glossary page.

102 years left

Council TaxA payment made to your local authority in order to pay for local services like schools, libraries, and refuse collection. The amount you pay depends on the value of the property.Read more about council tax in our glossary page.

Band: D

Hudsons Court, Darkes Lane, Potters Bar


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Potters Bar Station0.3 miles
  • Brookmans Park Station1.6 miles
  • Hadley Wood Station2.2 miles
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About the agent

Andrew Ward, Potters Bar

149 High Street, Potters Bar, EN6 5BB

Andrew Ward, Potters Bar

Andrew Ward Estate Agents was established with the opening of our first office in Potters Bar, March 1988. Since then we have opened a further two offices located at Brookmans Park and Barnet. We are completely independent and therefore have no hidden alliances to any Banks, Building Societies or Insurance companies, as so often is the case with Estate Agents these days.

Those of you with a longer memory may recall the firm ‘Derek Ward and Partners’, who were established in 1960, and at

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