Type of property
This set of apartments provides the perfect mix of independent living and staff support – living in a shared building means individuals can benefit from a vibrant community, while having peace and quiet whenever they need it too.
The property has 18 one-bedroom apartments arranged over 3 floors. There are also 2 accessible one-bedroom bungalows. Each apartment and bungalow has an open plan kitchen and living room, hallway, bedroom and wet room. There’s also a communal area and a shared garden for everyone to enjoy.
Every apartment is equipped with an intercom system, and the property has CCTV. Assistive technology within each apartment can be tailored to suit individual needs. There’s even a large shed that can be used for mobility scooters.
Valued in your community
Savery Gardens is in a residential street in Tipton, close to local shops, pubs and takeaways. There’s a local library and plenty to see and do in the local area – The Black Country Living Museum is right on the doorstop and Dudley, home to Dudley Castle and Zoo, is less than 2 miles away.
Transport links are excellent – the bus stop is metres from the service and from there you can get to Dudley, Birmingham and Wolverhampton. Tipton train station is less than a mile away, with connections to Birmingham New Street, Wolverhampton and beyond.
For people who like to stay active, there’s a local leisure centre and a choice of gyms, plus some amazing outdoor spaces to explore – Victoria Park and Wrensnest Nature Reserve are both within walking distance.
Living at this service
Life at Savery Gardens is suitable for people with learning and physical disabilities, people with brain injuries, autism or mental health conditions.
“We are in a great location in the heart of the local community. We encourage everyone here to live their best lives and enjoy being out and about. The service has a real family feel and the staff are all very welcoming.”
Manager, Savery Gardens