Homefern House is conveniently located within walking distance of the local shops and just a few minutes from the beach. The communal lounge offers an ideal place to socialise with other residents, or enjoy the well maintained gardens, plus there is a lift, laundry facilities and guest suite for visiting family and friends. Margate is a popular seaside resort with its sandy beaches and many Regency and Victorian buildings survive from the towns early days as a resort. There are also a few reminders of an earlier past including the Tudor House, now a museum and smugglers caves. Sporting and special activities are also well catered for. Margate has many boutiques, restaurants and shops and for those wishing to cross the Channel, the ports of Dover and Ramsgate are within easy reach.
by My Future Living
Independent living, but with the peace of mind that 24-hour support is provided on-site in case of an emergency or if a helping hand is needed.
Recent years has seen the rise of the silver surfer. 89% of retirement seekers expect high-speed WiFi in their retirement home.
Retirees consider a scheme’s garden as the most important retirement scheme facility with 84% voting it as a must have!
29% of retirement seekers told us that a cinema room was a key consideration to their selection process.
It is situated in Margate and is close to popular amenities.
ARCO also known as the Associated Retirement Community Operators aim to improve the standard of retirement living across the UK. They ensure every retirement home offers the highest standard of housing and support to all residents.
Homefern House are not currently a member of ARCO. However, rest-assured, our experts have hand-picked all retirement properties to ensure they provide the best level of support for residents.
No - no there are no additional fees at My Future Living
Yes! There are several facilities for you to try, including; a Communal Lounge and a Concierge, which will help you unwind in your new surroundings.
The average cost of purchasing or renting a retirement home varies across the UK. On top of your rental charge or overall purchase price some retirement homes have additional costs such as service charges and ground rent.
Additional retirement home charges to be aware of:
This is often a monthly payment which covers the cost of communal spaces and facilities across a retirement property. For more details on additional charges at Homefern House you can contact the team directly or request a brochure.
Most retirement properties have a cost associated with the land your property is built on. There is often a one-off annual fee known as 'ground rent' - which usually costs £450 each year.