Livingstone House is a modern home for residents with a modern outlook on life. A converted and extended town house, Livingstone House specialises in caring for those with severe learning disabilities and associated behaviours which may challenge. The service is located in the heart of Dorking, Surrey, where a five minute stroll into the town centre allows residents to visit the cinema, leisure centre, high street shops, social hangouts and restaurants.
Aside from its ideal town centre location, perfect for getting fully engaged in the local community, this modern, purpose built home offers the following benefits:
Six spacious bedrooms with LED mood walls
Full en suite wet rooms
Individually controlled underfloor heating
Open-plan living/dining room
Three quiet lounges (one with sensory equipment)
Secluded garden and private parking
As with all of our homes, a focus on individuality and greater independence remain the cornerstone of our Livingstone House service. We encourage individuals to become active members of the local community, and we have the experienced and professional healthcare staff to lend their support every step of the way on each personal journey.
For further information and to enquire about referrals, please contact our Transition Manager on 0808 164 3760.
How to find us
Livingstone House is situated approximately 8 miles from junction 9 of the M25, and less than 5 minutes walk from Dorking town centre. Located close the the junction of the A25 and A24 (The Dorking Cockerel) and on the corner of Reigate road and Deepdene Vale.
Public transport: The home is very well located for public transport with both Dorking and Dorking Deepdene stations both a few minutes walk away with regular services to London and the south coast. Numerous bus routes service Reigate road and Dorking town centre, and Gatwick airport is less than 20 minutes drive.