Welcome to the Accessible Property Register (APR)

APR promotes accessible residential property for sale and rent, and any property advertised on this website must be accessible to disabled people, including wheelchair users. All adverts include a comprehensive checklist of access features and adaptations.

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Latest Accessible Properties

Houses

Mansfield - disabled friendly, wheelchair accessible bungalow

Wheelchair friendly, three bed modern bungalow with ensuite

£290,000

Beds 3 | Baths 2

Houses

Nottingham - substantial wheelchair accessible detached property

Wheelchair accessible detached property with ramped access,

£475,000

Beds 3 | Baths 3

Houses

Bristol - 4 bed semi-detached property with wheelchair access

The property has been owned by the existing seller since 200

£365,000

Beds 4 | Baths 2

Houses

Southampton - 4 bed detached property with thru-ceiling lift and wetroom shower

This spacious and beautifully presented four bedroom detache

£500,000

Beds 4 | Baths 2

Houses

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FAMILY HOME - HOME OFFICE POSSIBILITIES - GROUND FLOOR BEDRO

£375,000

Beds 4 | Baths 2

Flats

Stunning, Canal side, 2 bed, ground floor, Apartment

Beautiful adapted canal side ground floor apartment. Luxu

£145

Beds 2 | Baths 1

Why Choose Us

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
  • Easy access to upper floors withstairlifts or through-the-ceiling lift
  • Fixed or tracking ceiling hoists
  • Level or ramped access to the garden
  • Wider-than-standard doorways

Our Clients

Promoting accessible homes for some of the largest property developers across the UK.