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Manager's Description"Each house has a sitting room, kitchen and utility/storeroom on the ground floor with a bedroom and bathroom above. Outside there is a small yard and garden to the rear of each house, and spacious gro..." Show more "Each house has a sitting room, kitchen and utility/storeroom on the ground floor with a bedroom and bathroom above. Outside there is a small yard and garden to the rear of each house, and spacious grounds to the front of the building.
The original chapel was refurbished in 1862 by Sir Gilbert Scott. There are currently four services a week led by the Chaplain.
There is a monthly maintenance charge and residents are responsible for the costs of lighting, heating, telephone, Council Tax and all furnishings. A concessionary payment for a television licence is available for residents over 60 years of age.
The ancient city of Bath is approximately two miles from the College. There is a useful range of shops in nearby Chelsea Road, and the College is served by several bus routes with easy access to the city, local hospital, and Bristol." Show less
Age exclusive housing
35 flats, houses. Built in 1826. Sizes 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom.
Laundry, Guest facilities, Garden
Access to site easy. Distances: bus stop 50 yards; shop 0.5 mile(s); post office 0.5 mile(s); town centre 0.5 mile(s).
This almshouse charity caters for: Older women living on a low income and in need of an affordable home. Partis College is a welcoming Christian community and is open to all, with no geographical limitation. New residents accepted from 50 years of age.
Tenure(s): Rent (social landlord)