ACCOMMODATION – Hendon

One room available in six-bedroom home in Hendon close to Hendon town centre and Hendon Central tube station. Suitable for someone who is fairly independent and happy to share with five other people who like writing, drawing, colouring, drama, theatre, dancing, swimming, shopping, Arsenal, and going to football matches and coffee clubs.

One sleep-in staff available per night.

About the property

  • Semi-detached house split over three floors
  • Built in the early 20th century and still has some original features, including fireplace and sash windows
  • Six bedrooms with double glazing – six are for tenants and an extra one for staff to sleep-in
  • Bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathrooms are on different levels
  • Lower ground floor: sleep-in room for staff, a bathroom with toilet, and a separate shower room with toilet

Ground floor: one bedroom; well-equipped modern kitchen with individual fridge freezers and a spacious dining area; lounge and utility room

First floor: three bedrooms and modern shower room with toilet

  • Green, leafy garden
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • On-call system for emergencies and video door system
  • No pork and shellfish eaten

Room available

  • On a mezzanine floor, up a small flight of stairs
  • Built-in wardrobe with overhead cupboard space and sink
  • Overlooks garden

Location and Transport

Location

A short walk to local cafes, mini supermarkets, Tesco, post office, bank/ATM and other shops in Hendon
Short bus ride to Brent Cross shopping centre

Transport links

15–20 minute walk to Hendon Central tube station (Northern Line)
Easy access to buses that run along Hendon to Hendon Central

Current tenants

  • Three women and two men
  • Aged between 45 and 58
  • Communicate verbally
  • Lead independent lives
  • Some have paid part-time and full-time work
  • Sociable and like to spend time together
  • Interests include writing, drawing, colouring, drama, dancing, swimming, shopping, Arsenal; and going to football matches, the theatre and coffee clubs
  • Hold tenants meetings to plan social events and discuss management of house

It would be ideal for someone who…

  • is fairly independent
  • is sociable and friendly
  • is caring and trustworthy
  • enjoys any of the following: writing, drawing, colouring, drama, theatre, dancing, swimming, shopping, Arsenal; and going to football matches and coffee clubs

Ask about this flatshare

If you think the house might be right for you or someone you know, please contact Norwood’s Placements team on 020 8809 8809 or email placements@norwood.org.uk.

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