Tyne Close

Tyne Close

Tyne Close is a terraced house located in Penrith, Cumbria, which is a quiet residential area. Tyne Close is a single placement home which offers medium to long-term care for a young person who requires accommodation away from their families or who need guidance towards independent living.

The town centre is two minute drive in the car and has all local emanates, including supermarkets, library and leisure centre. The leisure centre has a climbing wall, swimming pool, gym and evening activities. The M6 motorway is a few minutes drive from the house allowing easy access to southern Scotland and the Lake District. Penrith has a good public transport, which are all within walking distance from the house.

The house has one bedroom, with a good standard of furnishings. It is fully central heated and double-glazed throughout. The accommodation comprises on the ground floor with a good size kitchen, conservatory to the rear with dining room and comfortable living room at the front of the property. On the second floor is a bedroom, office and a bathroom. The house aims to replicate the feel and facilities expected within any good and stimulating family home.

Tyne Close is situated within 35 minutes drive of Keswick in the heart of the Lake District National Park. The local area is a playground for outdoor activities where there are gentle walks in beautiful valleys, or for the more adventurous fell walking on the Lakeland Peaks. The area is also ideal for water sports canoeing and sailing, Ghyll scrambling, rock climbing, mountain biking and more which are on offer to all young people through the outdoor department.

The house is 35 minutes drive from Radical Services Ofsted registered Independent School. At Tyne Close, we provide a long-term single occupancy placement for one Young Person. To help ensure placement success, young people will undergo a matching process to explore compatibility with other young people within the service and possible moves to shared living units in the future. This will involve consideration being given to the ages, genders, circumstances and presenting needs of the young people being placed.

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