Elliott House is a large, detached house in Fleet, Hampshire, five minutes’ walk from the town centre. The home provides residential support to nine men and women of varying ages with moderate to severe learning disabilities and associated complex needs.
Accommodation is across two floors, including four ensuite bedrooms on the ground floor and five on the first. There is plenty of communal space including a large shared lounge, a dining room, kitchen and a conservatory that leads out to a safe, secure garden with a summer house.
In the back garden a separate building has been adapted for sensory activities, arts and crafts, IT and computing, education and music, and also has a second lounge . A fully- equipped kitchen also allows residents to develop their food preparation and cooking skills.
Elliot House is ideally situated, close to shops, pubs and local facilities, with Fleet railway station close by. It’s lively home, with lots going on. Residents enjoy bowling, swimming, going to the cinema, theatre, visiting social clubs and going out for meals. The home has its own transport for local travel and regular outings to the seaside and local farms and attractions.