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The following properties currently have vacancies. Before getting in touch to enquire about specific vacancies, please ensure that you have successfully filled out our application form. Apply
Former Care Home

This former care home has a vibrant and tight knit guardian community spread across three floors, each with their own facilities. It is just a short 10 minute walk to Walthamstow Central Station serviced by the Victoria Line and is directly across the road from Lloyd Park.

We have one room coming up of varying price and size:

Room 42 – 16.03 – £400

All prices include utilities.

If you’re interested sign up and book in!


We have recently taken on the management of this amazing former country house, turned spa, turned conference centre. This is a unique opportunity for a group of approximately 8 guardians to protect a Grade-II listed property in a sweet country village.

Just a 35 minutes train ride from Birmingham Moor Street station, this would be perfect for those based in Birmingham or with the flexibility to work from home.

With ample parking and a garden to get lost in, this property is the ideal foundation for any creative and practical people looking to make a home.

We are looking for guardians to move into the property as soon as we are given keys as it will need to be protected and so will be offering a discount on the first month’s rent for those who move in at the start.

– £250-350pcm including bills
– Unfurnished with white goods provided
– 8 bedrooms
– 3 toilets
– Ensuite showers throughout
– 1 kitchen
– Couples welcome


Situated a stone’s throw from where Kingston Bridge crosses the Thames and just a 5-minute walk from beautiful Hampton Court Park, this former bank is a great opportunity for those looking for an affordable way in which to enjoy this popular South Western borough.

The property consists of nine bedrooms and with two kitchens and two communal spaces.

Prices range from £250 – £600pcm (inc. bills) per room


This former health centre in Cheam is a great option for those looking to experience life in a peaceful South London borough, whilst still benefiting from all the amenities of the nearby high street, leisure centre, parks and nearby rail links into Central London.

The property consists of nine bedrooms and a large communal area.

Prices range from £300 – £550pcm (inc. bills)


We’re very excited to have acquired our first building in the picturesque sea side town of Shoreham-by-Sea. Located opposite the train station and just a short walk from the beach!

We have one 2 bedroom flat available priced at £550 pcm excluding bills.

If you’re interested then apply online or get in touch at if you would like more information.

Rose Hill
Former Convent by Oxford

This cosy former convent is just a 15 minute bus ride from the heart of Oxford. With 5 rooms going, this lovely property is full of light and has two communal spaces and a large, lush garden. The rooms come unfurnished but kitchens are equipped by us with white goods.

With prices starting at £250pcm, utility bills included, we think it’s going to go quickly!

Apply online or get in touch at if you would like more information.

Hampton Court
Former Care Home

This former care home in Hampton Court is in excellent condition, surrounded by beautiful lakes and parks.

It is in an ideal location for those that need to reach London easily, whilst also escaping the hustle and bustle of the city – just a 30-minute train journey to Waterloo.

We have 1 room available at £350 PCM (inc. bills, ex. wifi). This room is reserved for NHS employees, if this is you please get in contact to enquire about viewings.

Former Bank

This wonderful former bank is located in the heart of Bournemouth City Centre and is under 10 minutes walk from the beach.

We have five rooms available, with rooms ranging from £250 to £350, with the move in date varying with each room. This price includes all bills except for wifi.

Get in touch to find out more information or book your viewing.

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