Southern Oaks Society
Introducing Abbeyfield Southern Oaks
Abbeyfield houses are special places. Caring without fuss. Safe and secure. Friendly when you feel like company.
One man's vision in 1956 began a movement that now owns and runs over 700 houses in the UK. Priceless experience has been gained and shared over the years. There are a number of Abbeyfield houses in this area, grouped under the Abbeyfield Southern Oaks name.
Each has its own character, and characters. Each has a team of professional staff and volunteers, dedicated to ensuring a better quality of life for those in residence, and in the wider community.
Abbeyfield Southern Oaks is a registered charity and operates on a not for profit basis. We share fundamental principles with the national and international Abbeyfield Society, all revolving around the support, care, lifestyle and wellbeing of older people.
All Abbeyfield’s houses and care homes support the values and preferences of their residents and are open equally to people of all ethnic, religious and social backgrounds.
Five reasons for taking a closer look at Abbeyfield Southern Oaks:
- Your own space and possessions in a secure, comfortable house
- Two home-cooked meals provided every day
- Good company, when you feel like it
- Activities, entertainment and lovely gardens
- Good value in one, all-inclusive monthly bill
Abbeyfield Southern Oaks Nonsuch Development
Abbeyfield Southern Oaks have built an independent living development of 60 one and two-bed apartments, which opened in late 2019. The development includes restaurant, lounges, cinema, activity spaces, fitness suite, hair salon, therapy rooms, laundry, parking and more. 36 apartments are available to buy now. For details visit the website.
For more information about Abbeyfield Southern Oaks, please visit our website.
Name: Southern Oaks Society
Address: Old Schools Lane, Ewell, Surrey KT17 1 FL
Phone number: 020 8763 8099
Situated in the historic town of Purley, Abbeyfield House offers high quality sheltered housing where our residents are encouraged to remain as independent as possible, with support when you need it from our caring, dedicated and professional team of staff.
Our home is made up of nine en-suite bedrooms which were renovated in 2013. The house also has a large communal kitchen and dining room, lounge and garden.
In total we have seven en-suite bedrooms, plus an extra living space for our live-in housekeeper. All rooms come unfurnished allowing residents to bring their favourite pieces of furniture, ornaments, photos and trinkets from home.
The Old House
Built in 1809, The Old House provides sheltered housing in one of Ewell’s original properties. Located a short walk to Ewell Village, The Old House not only offers friendship, security and support but also a wonderful lifestyle.
Contemporary, elegant and well-designed living and communal spaces that allow you to embrace a retirement lifestyle that suits you.