Thornley House is an almshouse sheltered housing accommodation suitable for those over the age of 55 with a physical, social or financial need.
Having undergone a full refurbishment to modernise the building in April 2021, there are 12 luxury self-contained apartments each with their own shower room, open plan living area and kitchen with electric cooker and hob. A communal area is at the heart of the Thornley House with dining facilities, tv and comfortable seating and access to a pretty external courtyard.
Communal areas are cleaned by the housekeeping team on a weekly basis.
Other services such as lunch time meals and cleaning services are available on request at an additional cost.
We have one apartment available in Thornley House.
The apartments are accessible via a secure door with video intercom system, which leads into a communal hallway.
There is off street parking available around the complex and immediate access to the gardens in the main courtyard.
Please get in touch for more information.
Contact Jo Marsden, Housing and Estates Co-Ordinator – [email protected] or telephone: 0191 3722551
Apartments In Thornley House are £830 per calendar month
Included in the price of rent is: Grounds Maintenance, Property Maintenance, On-site maintenance support Monday-Friday, weekly communal cleaning, annual boiler servicing and TV Licence for over 75s. Rent is payable to Sherburn House Charity
Council Tax, electricity, phone line and internet are arranged by the tenant and paid direct to the supplier.
Gas and water are payable to Sherburn House Charity.
Yes, freshly made hot and cold lunches can be ordered and delivered from Beddell House Care Home 7 days per week, at an additional cost.
Yes, there is a cleaning provision available and can be arranged with the housekeeping team at Beddell House, at an additional cost.
There is fast fibre broadband installed in each apartment. Tenants are responsible for choosing their own provider and arranging for connection.
There is a secure door entry system which allows tenants to visualise who is at the door before access is granted.
There is a communal area which is used by the tenants to eat, socialise and watch TV. Activities such as coffee mornings, are arranged by the tenants themselves.