About Magnolia House
Magnolia House is a large two storey property dating back to the
turn of the century, constructed of brick under a pitched slate
roof. The majority of the accommodation is on a one floor built in
approx 1960. The property occupies a site of approximately one acre,
with a landscape sensory garden.
fully furnished, have wash hand basins, a television aerial socket,
and a nurse call pull cord and most enjoy extensive views of the
rolling countryside. The property has chairlifts which allows even
the most immobile access to all levels, communal rooms and gardens.
All rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished with all rooms in
the having vanity units. The lounge leads onto the extended patio.
Helping you choose
the right care.
Choosing the right Care Home for oneself or for a dear relative must
be one of the most difficult decisions to make. Often this decision
has to be made as a result of circumstances just when emotions are
running high and it can all be very overwhelming.
The team at Magnolia House are there to help in making that decision
easier. They are able to offer confidential, practical advice and
support. Amanda and her team are available at any time to discuss
queries or concerns you may have. Visits can be arranged if you
would like to see around Magnolia House
is a large detached property dating back to the turn of the century,
constructed of brick under a pitched slate roof. The majority of the
accommodation is on two floors with a two storey extension built in
approx 1994. The property occupies a site of approximately one acre,
with a totally new landscape sensory garden.
The East Devon market town of Axminster, has a great deal to offer
its many visitors, - a fascinating history, a lively atmosphere and
miles of country walks for ramblers, being just a few of the many
delights of the town..
The small ancient market town of Axminster is situated on the River
Axe in the east of Devon. It is famous for its Axminster carpets.
These were designed by Thomas Whitty in 1775, in a manner similar to
Turkish carpets. Caster Hill House, where the carpets were
originally produced, can still be seen. The carpets were of the
highest quality, custom made carpets for the country’s stately homes
and mansions. The manufacturing process can still be seen today by
visitors to the Axminster carpet factory.
Axminster’s origins date back to Celtic times and it is thought to
have been first settled around 300 BC. The Saxon church of St Mary
stands on Minster Green in the centre of town. It has an interesting
Norman door and a Jacobean pulpit.
The town has many interesting and attractive streets radiating out
from the town square and the Minster church of St Nicholas.
Axminster is still a pleasant, unspoilt Devon market town,
surrounded by beautiful countryside and filled with charm and
Amanda can be contacted on: 01297 34741.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) - click here to learn more. View our
church stands on Minster Green