A new extra-care scheme in West London offers shared-ownership apartments for sale
Set within its own grounds and close to the river Thames, Bridgewater House in Hounslow is offering 36 one-and-two-bedroom apartments for people aged over 50 who need assisted-living support.
Four of the apartments are available to buy through shared ownership priced from £91,250 for 25 per cent share of a one-bedroom flat.
Situated within the gated Fitzroy Gate development in Isleworth, Bridgewater House is designed for people with mobility and sensory issues.
It has level floors and a dementia-friendly design throughout with care and support staff on site 24-hours a day.
The self-contained one-and-two-bedroom apartments are fitted with a kitchen-dining room, a wet room with level-access shower and telecare and pull cord services. They also have balconies with views across Fitzroy Gate.
Extra facilities include an activities room, communal lounge with doors leading to a patio garden and a guest suite.
Chief Executive Grahame Hindes of care-providers Octavia, which have developed the scheme with house builders St James, said: “We specialise in providing good quality homes for people with complex needs. We also specialise in promoting stimulating, active and independent living for older people.”
For more information about not-for-profit Octavia shared-ownership homes, including Bridgewater House visit: www.octavialiving.org.uk