Yardley Gardens – B33
“This small development is situated in the peaceful conservation area of Old Yardley, featuring the 11th century St Edburgha’s Church and the black and white timbered Trust School, built in the 15th century. It was built in 1903, modernised in 1988 and consists of eight bungalows and two flats, as well as a cosy residents’ lounge. This is a classic design for almshouses, dwellings being built in a u-shape around attractive gardens. Despite the age of the development, the dwellings have all mod cons including gas fired central heating and secondary double glazing.
- 10 flats, bungalows. Built in 1903 and renovated in 1985. Sizes 1 bedroom. Includes mobility and wheelchair standard properties
- Lounge Garden
- Retirement housing
- Non-resident management staff (part time) and Careline alarm service
- Access to site fairly easy. Distances: bus stop 800 yards; shop 400 yards; post office 200 yards; town centre 1 mile(s); GP 0.5 mile(s); social centre 400 yards
- This almshouse charity caters for: older people (usually over 60, but exceptions can be made), mostly people living in the ancient parish of Yardley (South East Birmingham) but again, exceptions can be made.. Frequent Social Activities include: coffee mornings, social afternoons, fish & chip dinner, organised by manager. New residents accepted from 60 years of age
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