Type of property
Hazelton is a modern bungalow in the popular Parsons Heath area of Colchester.
The house has two bedrooms, a large accessible wet-room style bathroom, a spacious living and dining room, and a separate fitted kitchen. Outside there’s a small accessible garden.
There’s level access to the bungalow which would be suitable for a wheelchair user.
When you choose supported living, you’re choosing to live independently, safe and secure behind your own front door. There’s peace of mind in knowing the Lifeways team is on-hand, providing tailored support that helps people to lead more fulfilling lives, surrounded by like-minded people.
Living at this service
Life at Hazelton is suitable for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health conditions or autism.
The service is currently vacant so we are ready to welcome someone of any age or gender who would like a homely environment and the support to become more independent.
Whoever moves in will be supported to increase their skills, enjoy the local community and pursue their personal goals and dreams whatever they may be.
Valued in your community
Hazelton is in a residential area with convenience stores, pubs and takeaways within a mile or two. Colchester is only two miles away, and here you’ll find a wide range of shops, restaurants, museums and parks. Local attractions include Colchester Zoo, Colchester Castle & Museum and Colchester Arts Centre.
For people who enjoy outdoor activities there are beautiful walks to be had around Beth Chatto’s Plants and Gardens, Castle Park and Lexden Park. Colchester also has various gyms and leisure centres as well as great watersports opportunities further out on the coast.
“This can be a fresh start for any new resident. The bungalow is a big family environment with a dedicated and experienced staff team. We want people to be happy in their lives and we ensure that we support them in a person-centred way through building confidence, learning new life skills, encouraging independence and supporting people to take part in current and new hobbies as well as exploring the area.”