David Baxter House
Purpose built in 2001, David Baxter House is a supported home conveniently located in Beckenham, comprising 12 one-bedroom bedsits.
Homely and inviting, the modern home has a number of shared facilities which residents can make us of. The cosy and spacious lounge opens out on to the patio, overlooking the large flower-filled garden. Residents dine together for lunch and a light tea within the bright and well decorated dining room. The home also has laundry facilities, a stairlift and general lift. A housekeeper provides two daily meals and takes care of the communal areas, residents supply their own breakfast and maintain their bedrooms.
Staff and residents at David Baxter House are supported by a social committee, which is made up of volunteers. The committee arranges regular coffee mornings, outings and activities within the home, such as informative talks and visits from external groups.
Facilities at David Baxter House comprise;
• Bright and welcoming dining room
• Homely lounge area
• Patio doors onto large landscaped garden
• Laundry facilities
• Stair lift
• Support to organise activities
• Communal maintenance taken care of
Situated in Beckenham, David Baxter House is in an ideal location, with a shop, post office, GP and bus stop nearby. There are also pubs and eateries within walking distance.
Less than a mile from Shortlands Station and Beckenham Junction Station, access into Bromley and London is made easy from David Baxter House.
The town centre is also only a short distance away, with plenty of supermarkets, restaurants and a cinema.