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London Merseyside W1H 5PQ
For Rent
£ 1,304
  • Baths 1

Flat 1601 Pan Peninsula Square For Sale

Flat 1601 Pan Peninsula Square LONDON Greater London E14 9HD
For Sale
£ 695,000
  • Beds 2
  • Baths 2

Macey House Flat 65 Surrey Lane For Sale

Macey House Flat 65 Surrey Lane LONDON Greater London SW11 3PS
For Sale
£ 290,000
  • Beds 1
  • Baths 1

Flat 167 Makepeace Mansions Makepeace Avenue For Sale

Flat 167 Makepeace Mansions Makepeace Avenue London Greater London N6 6ES
For Sale
£ 375,000
  • Beds 1
  • Baths 1

Apartment 262 Metro Central Heights 119 Newington Causeway For Sale

Apartment 262 Metro Central Heights 119 Newington Causeway London Greater London SE1 6BX
For Sale
£ 550,000
  • Beds 2
  • Baths 2

Flat 26 Lowther House Churchill Gardens For Sale

Flat 26 Lowther House Churchill Gardens London Greater London SW1V 3BD
For Sale
£ 645,000
  • Beds 2
  • Baths 1

Flat 1601 Pan Peninsula Square For Sale

Flat 1601 Pan Peninsula Square LONDON Greater London E14 9HD
For Sale
£ 670,000
  • Beds 2
  • Baths 2

Hillrise Mansions Flat 44 Warltersville Road For Rent

Hillrise Mansions Flat 44 Warltersville Road LONDON Greater London N19 3PU
For Rent
£ 1,700
  • Beds 2
  • Baths 1

Lion Court Flat 5 The Highway For Rent

Lion Court Flat 5 The Highway LONDON Greater London E1W 3HT
For Rent
£ 1,750
  • Beds 1
  • Baths 1

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Positive about Barrier Free Homes

Accessible property register helps individuals connect with adapted wheelchair friendly properties offered for sale or to rent. Whether it be a holiday home with What is an accessible property? Accessible property’ means a home where the design and layout is free of barriers that might limit its suitability for some potential buyers. For example, a property with steps to the front entrance is unlikely to appeal to a wheelchair user.

For disabled and older people, good access can be a real selling point, and increasingly important to remember as the proportion of older people in the population continues to rise. And it’s not just disabled and older people – how many young mums really want to drag a toddler in a buggy up a flight of steps just to get to the front door?

Many new homes are designed with access as part of the design providing features such as

• Level access shower or wet rooms
• Adapted kitchen with lowered working services
• Wider-than-standard doorways
• Easy access to upper floors withstairlifts or through-the-ceiling lift
• Fixed or tracking ceiling hoists
• Level or ramped access to the garden