Life at the Mount.

The Mount has 28 en-suite rooms. The original building lies at the end of a Georgian terrace, and is Grade II Listed.  It was bought by the National Free Church Women’s Council for use as a care home but before they could use it, it was requisitioned by the government to provide sanatorium facilities for injured servicemen during the Second World War.

The original building with its Georgian characteristics has been maintained to a high standard.  The rear extensions were constructed post-Second World War and overlook a south-facing garden area, which, though small in relation to the home, has its own charming characteristics and is often used by the residents.

Lipson Terrace is a private road with its own “pepper pot” gate house at its entrance from the main road.  Freedom Fields opposite Lipson Terrace command wonderful views over Plymouth Sound from which one can often see British naval ships at anchor.

Additional information, services and facilities

  • Respite care/short breaks
  • You are welcome to bring your own furniture when moving in
  • On-site laundry service is included in the price
  • Visiting Dentist, Optician, Hairdresser and Chiropodist
  • Wi-Fi is available

For more information about The Mount and/or to arrange a visit, go to:

http://keychangecare.org.uk/our-homes/mount-eventide-diary-about-the-home/

Provider - Keychange:

http://www.keychange.org.uk

Tel: 020 7633 0533