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Apple Blossom Court

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Apple Blossom Court is a sheltered housing scheme consisting of 36 one bedroom flats. It was built in 1981 and includes mobility and wheelchair standard properties.

The main aim of the scheme is to promote independent living with additional care packages, provided by out-side agencies, as and when required. The scheme offers good quality homes for life and tenancies are let on an assured basis.

Facilities Include:

-Non-resident management staff and community alarm service

-Lounge

-Laundry

-Guest facilities

-Garden

The whole site is accessible by wheelchair. 

New residents accepted from 55 years of age. Cats only generally accepted, but not to be replaced (pets cannot be replaced).

Services are managed by London & Quadrant Housing Trust.

For further information please call 0844 406 9000 or contact London & Quadrant Housing Trust via the online enquiry form here.

Address:
Pascal Street, South Lambeth, London, SW8 4SZ
Umbrella org:
London & Quadrant Housing Trust
Telephone:
0844 406 9000
Who is it for:
New residents accepted from 55 years of age. Cats only generally accepted, but not to be replaced (pets cannot be replaced).
Disabled access:
Yes
Buses:
77, 87, 196
Train/tube:
Vauxhall
Sector:
Voluntary