We’re delighted to be the proud winners in the Health Investor Senior Housing Awards for two years running...
Beautiful and comfortable retirement apartments are lovely – but what really makes your house your ‘home’?
Feeling like you’re amongst friends. Waking up every morning feeling happy, safe and confident your day can go wherever you want it to. Knowing you’re somewhere you choose to be, where you can truly express yourself, personalise your surroundings and live life the way you want to live. These are some of the emotional things that make a home, and the kind of experiences we know are important to you.
(As well as beautiful and comfortable, our apartments are future designed to make living easier and better for those in later life!)
Our portfoilo of high quality assisted living communities is growing rapidly – each as unique and individual as the people who choose to live with us.
One ingredient of this success is the diverse breadth and depth of experience behind the Birchgrove name. All working together to create a community where people can age well by staying healthier, happier and stronger for longer.
Our first community in Sidcup, Kent is now a thriving neighbourhood of like-minded people.
The beautiful residential area of Hook Heath, Woking is home to our second community.
We believe that the kind of home you want to show off to your friends a little will be the kind of home you’ll love living in. Great for socialising, but just as good for relaxing in too. We offer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments that are smart, comfortable, light and secure. Your very own apartment where every element has been deeply considered and future-designed to help you age well and stay healthier, happier and stronger for longer.
Buying an apartment in your retirement isn’t always the best option – so why should it be the only option? Assisted living should always be flexible. We offer our apartments for rent because that just suits some people better.
Renting in retirement is getting more and more popular because it offers all the benefits of independent living without any of the stress of owning a house. Not only is there no need for stamp duty costs or legal fees when you move in, but you can also wave bye-bye to those day-to-day maintenance commitments, like building repairs and mowing your lawn. Aside from your rent, the only other charge we make is a one-time joining fee.
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We believe that the current housing options for people over 65 exclude a large section of those who don't want to manage another house purchase. Assisted living for rent is the missing piece in the housing puzzle; not right for all, but perfect for some.
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