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Cheviot Gardens

Cheviot Gardens in West Norwood, Lambeth is our first scheme combining state-of-the-art extra care facilities with a combination of rental and shared ownership homes for older people.

Launched in late-2015, our Cheviot Gardens extra care scheme includes 66 new-build rental apartments available exclusively to people aged 55 or over.

 

Dementia care, Over 55s

Local area

Knight’s Hill is a bustling high street running through West Norwood offering great local shops and cafes, community projects and transport links. It makes Cheviot Gardens perfect for people who want to enjoy independent living with some extra care, or are looking to downsize or simplify their lifestyle.

  • West Norwood, 0.4 miles
  • Shopping, 0.2 miles
  • Park, 0.7 miles

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Cheviot Gardens exterior
Cheviot Gardens
Cheviot Gardens exterior
Cheviot Gardens apartments with balconies

About Cheviot Gardens

Shared ownership

A further 18 flats, nine one-bedroom and nine two-bedroom, are also available at Cheviot Gardens for those aged 55 and over who are looking to buy, through our Older Person Shared Ownership offer. Eligible buyers will be able to purchase up to a 75 per cent share of the property and, unlike in traditional shared ownership, will not owe rent on the rest.

Each flat has access to outside space and residents have the opportunity to make use of the extra care facilities.

Facilities

Communal areas for residents include a café/restaurant, lounge, IT suite, landscaped gardens and a therapy room.

There will also be a range of regular activities for extra care residents, such as yoga.

Find out more

For more information about Cheviot Gardens, please email us at nottinghillpathways@nhhg.org.uk. All applications for residency must go through your local council.

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