Abbeyfield House

Supported Housing



2 Purley Knoll
United Kingdom

Contact the house:

0208 3940050


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At Abbeyfield House we aim to provide a peaceful, friendly atmosphere. Residents are encouraged to remain as independent as possible and are encouraged to make the house a home for life. We offer a full range of activities from coffee mornings to the more energetic exercise classes. Its a home from home with support when you need it from our professional and caring house staff and volunteers.

Rooms currently available - contact us today!

A friendly welcoming house located in a pleasant residential area, within walking distance of shops, local amenities and transport links.

A spacious and delightful first floor ensuite room overlooking the back garden is available now.

 This house contains 8 en-suite bed sitting rooms and one two-roomed apartments. Large conservatory with easy access to beautiful gardens, with summer house and comfortable benches.  Stair Lift makes access easy.

This house is managed by Abbeyfield Southern Oaks.


Key features

  • Alarm system

  • Communal lounge

  • Dining room

  • Garden

  • Guest facilities

  • Laundry facilities

Life at the house

We believe in enjoying later life and an Abbeyfield house will always offer residents the opportunities to get involved in activities and entertainment - which are a big part of life in our houses!   

We offer an extensive activity programme within our Supported Houses, with our teams dedicated to coordinating events. We understand the importance of our residents’ emotional and physical well-being, and keeping active and enjoying later life is crucial to this.

Keeping active is important for older people and we offer numerous opportunities for residents to stay active, but it’s always the residents choice to get involved, with their independence and choice always being respected. 

KitchenJust imagine: two beautifully prepared and nutritious meals cooked for you twice a day.

No need to think about what you’re going to have to eat; no need for food shopping; no peeling, washing, chopping or washing-up.  From time to time you may be asked to help with laying the table, or clearing.  Apart from that, all you have to do is enjoy the food.

Commenting on the cuisine at our Sutton house, a visiting local restaurant critic said "The room is bright, cheerful and friendly.  The food was well-cooked, delicious, and served with a smile.  No wonder the residents were in such good form!  One told me that her favourite meal was the Sunday roast.  On the day I went for lunch, we feasted on boeuf bourgignon, with tender pieces of lean and well-seasoned meat presented in a lovely sauce (or, if you prefer, gravy).  This was accompanied by excellent roast potatoes and well-cooked vegetables, followed by apple flan with a choice of ice cream or custard.  Heaven!"

Occasionally, volunteers act as guest cooks in one of the houses.  They can contribute anything from local specialities, to exotic new tastes from different parts of the world.  Variety, dare we say, is the spice of life!

Contact the house

0208 3940050

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