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Manager's Description"Luckley House prides itself on its communal gardens and has some delightful plating areas and a vegetable patch. There is a large patio area from the lounge. It also overlooks nearby fields and in pla..." Show more "Luckley House prides itself on its communal gardens and has some delightful plating areas and a vegetable patch. There is a large patio area from the lounge. It also overlooks nearby fields and in places there are wonderful views of the Downs.
The historic village of Wye is one of Kent’s prettiest, with a traditional village green, restaurants, pubs and three churches. There is a regular farmers’ market. The village of Wye is well served by local shops, as well as having good public transport links, including its own rail station with trains to Ashford, Canterbury and beyond. Wye also benefits from numerous clubs for a whole host of interests." Show less
55 flats, bungalows. Built in 1967 and renovated in 2012. Sizes 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom.
Non-resident management staff and Careline alarm service
Lift, Lounge, Laundry, Guest facilities, Garden, Hobby room, kitchen
Whole site accessible by wheelchair. Access to site easy. Distances: bus stop 0.2 mile(s); shop 0.4 mile(s); post office 0.4 mile(s); town centre 6 mile(s); GP 0.4 mile(s); social centre 7.6 mile(s).
Regular Social Activities include: Coffee mornings, darts, garden club, breakfast club, film shows, community project with local school, music nights, and fish & chip lunch, organised by Tenants and scheme manager. New residents accepted from 60 years of age.
Tenure(s): Rent (social landlord)