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Southbury Road is a supported living home based in Enfield, for residents with varying levels of learning disabilities or mental health conditions.

This bright, welcoming home provides supported living for three people and has been refurbished to a high standard throughout. Two of the bedrooms are on the first floor and second floor has both a bedroom and bathroom. Residents are always encouraged to make the rooms their own and personalise their private space.

The ground floor communal areas and well-maintained by the residents, with a connected living room and dining room regularly being used for communal events. The back patio and large garden is particularly enjoyed by the residents in the summer months for activities and relaxation.

The specialist support team for Southbury Road are available when required and work closely with the residents to develop their independent living skills. This includes daily chores and managing financial affairs.

Sitting on the edge of North West London, close to the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside,
Enfield is an attractive place to live with a good community spirit and a bustling town centre. Southbury Road residents benefit from the location of the home, with several bus stops close by and the Enfield Town train station just half a mile away. Local shops, cafes, restaurants, cinemas, parks and community services are also on the doorstep. It’s also home to the Dugdale Centre, comprising of a theatre and small museum.

Enfield has one of the oldest pubs in England (The King and Tinker) and a Grade I listed Jacobean manor house called Forty Hall nearby; a beautiful venue for residents to attend outdoor concerts and other social activities.

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Southbury Road

148 Southbury Road

0203 870 0900