Our Properties


Montague Graham Court

These three buildings consist of flats which provide accommodation for 16 beneficiaries, the resident Property Manager and the resident Administration Officer. They are situated within the grounds of the College.


Mackay-Dick Court
13 Morden Road

The purchase of the former junior Blackheath High School has provided 13 flats for residents; an octagonal function room; a cafeteria, the Baker's Dozen, serving residents and staff; craft rooms for the many courses provided for residents and a car park.


Peter Saunders Court
22 Kidbrooke Gardens

This is a large Edwardian house originally built as a domestic dwelling adjacent to the main College grounds. It was acquired by the College and refurbished before being re-opened in 1994. There is access to the College itself through the gardens.


3 St Germans Place

An elegant house set on the edge of the Heath, it has wonderful views across Blackheath.


32 and 34 Vanbrugh Park

Adjacent to Broadbridge Close these two double-fronted Victorian houses between them provide 10 self-contained flats, including a guest flat for residents of Broadbridge Close.


Broadbridge Close

About five minutes drive from the College, but with good access to local shops, Broadbridge Close is a charming 1950s development of eight separate houses built in a circle around a broad expanse of lawn which residents use for putting. Each house is divided into four flats. They provide accommodation for 32 married couples. The Close boasts its own Clubhouse incorporating a billiards table, piano and kitchen.


Wells Court

Wells Court was originally opened in 1966 by Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, but was extensively refurbished and re-opened by her daughter, Princess Alexandra, in 2007. Today it provides independent living accommodation for 16 single people and 4 married couples and is conveniently located in the College grounds.


Graham Court

This is our newest property only being completed in November 2009. It provides 21 flats for independent living, in two separate blocks, and is located on the opposite side of the road to the main College grounds.


The Quadrangle

The Quadrangle is the main College building and still provides sheltered living accommodation for 35 people.


Ralph Perring Court

Because of its quadrangular design Ralph Perring Court in Beckenham, Kent has been described as a 21st century version of Morden College itself. Completed in 1991 it is our only property that is not located in Blackheath. Although designed for independent living it boasts its own resident manager, landscaped gardens, a putting lawn and a pond. Communal facilities include a workshop, a hall for concerts and lectures, a snooker room, a library and its own bar.


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