Final Phase Unveiled: Queensgate Apartments, Sidcup Welcomes Reservations
The best way to experience our retirement communities is to visit our show suite and take a personal guided tour. We pride ourselves on the quality of our communal facilities and have created spaces for like-minded people to meet, chat, support and connect.
With a total of 74 individual, independent, one, two and three bedroom apartments, in 15 different layout combinations, we're bound to have one that is just right for you.
One thing that will strike you when you visit Queensgate Apartments is how light, airy and spacious the apartments are. Every one of the 74 one, two and three-bedroom apartments have been deeply considered and future-designed to help you age well.
Accessibility is something that everyone remarks upon when they visit the show apartment and see the bathroom is not only beautiful but future-designed to be practical and accessible. Every detail has been thought through to ensure you have a home in which you can live independently, securely and happily.
And the benefits may astound you. Our 2 and 3 bedroom apartments have been very popular with those downsizing from large family homes who want plenty of space for clothes and treasured possessions. And if childen come to stay they have an additional bedroom space to welcome a visitor or friend. Invariably these second and third rooms are being used as hobby rooms for what is fast becoming a wide repertoire of interests from puzzles to painting, arts and craft through to knitting and sewing.
Assisted living retirement properties in Sidcup, Kent.
Welcome to Queensgate Apartments in Sidcup. You’ll find our apartments spacious and more importantly future-designed to meet all your needs in later life – without compromising on style.
We have released our final wave of 2 and 3 bedroom apartments — and are taking reservations from people who have decided to become part of our growing family here. People who’ve been exploring options with us and had time with their families to talk about what’s important going forward.
Stay close to friends and family
Moving from a large family home to something easier to manage raises dozens of questions and triggers waves of emotions. The practical side of our brain tells us the earlier we do it, the better we are – physically, socially and financially.
Yet, understandably it’s not a task anyone undertakes lightly or instantly. So, you will be glad to know we have a warm and compassionate team here who can help you with your questions and explore what’s important – at your own pace.
Live a different lifestyle
The upside is you can stay independent, close to friends and family, yet meet other people and live a different lifestyle – where you can spend your energy doing things you want to do, rather than house-related work you have to. Join in with a spot of Chair Aerobics in our Wellness suite, invite the family over for lunch in the brasserie where our chef cooks home grown veg from the gardens.
Read a book or the paper in the library, say hello and grab a cup of tea with your neighbours in the snug or our club room, or simply treat yourself to a bit of a pamper or hair cut in the salon. Why not drop in and take a look at what life could be like?
The notions of community and belonging are experiences each of our residents enjoy in their own individual ways. And they can take many forms. There are those who enjoy the bustle of a large and lively group whereas others like nothing more than a quiet walk through our gardens, or losing themselves in a novel.
Our aim at Birchgrove is to create a social environment that is broad and inclusive, accessible for all, but is unpressured. We never forget that we’re here to help our residents to get as much, or as little, from each day as they wish – and we’re always here to listen and ready to try new things.
Getting to know you — Sidcup.
Everyone has a different reason for moving to us. Location is of course a huge driver; people want to stay close to family and friends and live in an area they are familiar with so they can get out and about confidently. They also want to live in a place they feel safe, where people are on hand to help if needs be – plus enjoy the opportunity of being around others and socialising.
If you wish to drop in, you'll find us located right next to Queen Mary’s Hospital within easy reach of Sidcup High Street. And if you'd like us to visit you at home or arrange for you to have a personal tour, we'd be delighted... and you can book this at a time to suit you right here.
From Sidcup — to anywhere.
Sidcup is located in the Borough of Bexley, and benefits from the capital’s easy transport options and a good road network. Sidcup station has trains to central London, a journey taking only 30 minutes. This means that – by road or by rail – it’s just as simple to head into the busy centre of London as it is the beautiful greenery of Kent and its surrounding towns. As convenient as that is, you don’t need to leave Sidcup to have a good time. With a thriving town centre, high street shops, eateries and a diverse mix of leisure and entertainment options, Sidcup is a welcome destination in its own right.
Bluewater shopping centre is less than 20 minutes away, and its large range of shops means that you can find most things you might need under one roof. Whilst for days out and things to do, Kent has numerous royal residences, historic houses and National Trust properties to explore.
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Discover Queensgate Apartments in Sidcup, Kent, offering a haven for assisted living retirement properties. The residences promise spacious interiors tailored to meet future needs without sacrificing elegance.
The final phase release features 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, inviting reservations from individuals eager to join the growing community. Those exploring their housing options and prioritizing their future needs alongside family considerations are encouraged to secure their place within this vibrant community.
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