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We cover all of London (and surrounding areas) with new homeshare opportunities appearing often. If one of the below locations aren't of interest you can still apply to be on our waiting list so we can send you updates on all of the new locations we find when we find them.

A lovely gentleman in his 80's he lives in a 2 bedroom house with a nice conservatory and garden.
His mobility is ok as he is weak which has happened due to him being lonely so he does not eat regularly and is not going out much due to covid and his weakness, he would like someone who could go for walks with him once he gets his strength back. He spends most of his day watching TV mainly documentaries and some dramas, he also enjoys reading.
He is looking for someone who can cook an evening meal he enjoys Caribbean food, salads and happy to eat other foods too and he would enjoy having company sitting and eating meals together, having a cup of tea and chatting, also he would like some help with the shopping, he has a car and would be happy for a homesharer to use the car and take him shopping, help around the house is also needed.


Spacious 2 bed house there is shared facilities the kitchen and dining room and a conservatory. He also has a nice garden.
The homesharer will have a double bedroom with a double bed. Built in Wardrobe, Bookcase, and a Desk.

Internet will be available

Transport and Services:

The closest station is 7 minute drive to Abbey Wood is a National Rail station in Abbey Wood in southeast London and is in Travelcard Zone 4. It is between Plumstead and Belvedere stations on the North Kent Line. It is 11 miles 43 chains measured from London Charing Cross, with services to central London routed via Greenwich or Lewisham.
Bexleyheath railway station, in the London Borough of Bexley in South East London, and is in Travelcard Zone 5. The station, and all trains serving it, is operated by Southeastern, trains you can get into central London in 40 minutes.
It is a 5 minute walk to the bus stop, buses 401 and B12 take 36 minutes to the Bexleyheath station, and it takes 12 minutes by car to the station
The closet shops are a 7 minute drive to the High Street, Morrison Supermarket

BEXLEY SE28 (FEMALE Preferred)

ESSEX SS0 (FEMALE Preferred)

A lovely gentleman in his 70's he lives in a 3 bedroom house with a small garden. He has an 11 year old dog, His mobility is not good and would like someone who could go for walks with him sometimes, he is looking for someone who can cook an evening meal (he loves Chinese food) and he would enjoy having company sitting and eating meals together, and help him with some shopping, cleaning, help around the house. He is very chatty and loves to laugh and tell stories. He spends most of his day watching TV, enjoys watching sports following the football and watching movies.


Spacious 3 bed house there is shared facilities the kitchen and dining room. There is parking in the drive way for 2 cars and there is free off street parking.

The homesharer will have most of the upstairs to themselves in the bedroom there is a double bed, fully furnished room and there is another bedroom which is empty it can be used for storage. You would have your own bathroom with a toilet shower and a bath.

Internet will be available

Transport and Services:

The nearest railway station is Chalkwell Railway Station it takes 8 minutes in the car, the bus stop is a 3 minute walk from the house and it takes you to the train station in 25 minutes.  Chalkwell railway station is on the London, Tilbury and Southend line, serving the locality of Chalkwell in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. It is 33 miles 69 chains down the main line from London Fenchurch Street via Basildon and it is situated between Leigh-on-Sea to the west and Westcliff to the east.

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A lovely lady in her early 70’s she lives in a 3 bedroom house with a lovely small garden. She would welcome a friendly female homesharer who has a cat or is willing to care for a cat, offer some companionship, and provide the added assurance of having someone at home at night. She has Parkinson, early onset Dementia, mild arthritis in the back of her neck and wrist and stabilised bipolar all controlled by medication.

She feels very isolated as both Parkinson’s and early onset dementia prevent her from reading books or going out for walks. Additionally she is very frustrated that she can no longer draw, paint, take photographs, go to exhibitions, or take a walk independently.


She has carers who come in twice a day to do her personal care give her medication. She comes down in the morning and sits in her armchair in the lounge watches TV or listens to the radio. In the day time she smokes a few cigarettes and watches TV, she receives quite a few support telephone calls during the week from befrienders, sisters and friends. In fine weather she ventures into her back garden but is too nervous to undertake a solo walk around the small mews outside her front door.


Cosy 3 bed house has an upstairs bathroom with basin, bath and shower. Downstairs there is cloakroom with toilet and shower, a small fitted kitchen and double sitting room/dining room.

The Homesharer will have the front master bedroom with fitted double wardrobe, double bed (electric) and bedding supplied. There are two bedside drawer units and a comfy chair. The room overlooks the lovely green square in a small mews accessed from Aveling Close via a footpath.

Downstairs, the conservatory will be turned into a snug/small lounge for the homesharers personal use, with small sofa, fridge freezer, and a workstation (if required)

Small back garden with 2 chairs and table. Internet is available

Transport and Services:

The nearest buses and British Rail station are an 8-10 minute walk from the house. There are takeaways in easy walking distance, a dress shop, a hairdresser, and general store,

Reedham Station accesses Victoria and London Bridge, and there is a well-served bus route on the A23, connecting with Coulsdon and Purley with their shops, supermarkets, and larger British Rail stations.