Welcome to Harts House Care Home in Woodford Green
The beautiful Harts House has a colourful past. In 1617 the site belonged to Sir Humphrey Handforth, who was the Master of the Wardrobe to King James – the King even stayed at the house when he went hunting in Epping Forest.
Harts House has a choice of five different lounges to relax in, from the extravagant main lounge with its original art deco fireplace to another containing the library and an aquarium.
Our highly-trained team pride themselves on the level of care they provide, as well as the range of activities and facilities available.
Care for those recovering from surgery or illness, through a combination of rest appropriate exercise and a balanced diet.
In addition to person centred care, we provide nursing staff to support residents who require qualified nursing care.
We offer 24-hour personal support to those with a condition that requires frequent specialised, qualified nursing care.
We provide respectful and meaningful care for residents and support for their relatives and loved ones. We make sure that their physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs are considered and met.
Expert personal care 24-hours a day in comfortable, homely accommodation with daily activities to stimulate body and mind.
Provides accommodation, meals and personal care for those who find it increasingly difficult to cope at home without assistance.
24-hour care and assistance provided for those living with dementia, to help them feel safe and comfortable.
Short stays offering round the clock care in a safe, comfortable environment. Perfect for carers who are ill, on holiday or just need a break.
You can make an appointment by calling us and booking in a visit with our home manager. We have an open door policy, so you’re welcome to pop in to the home at any time. However, we advise you avoid visiting at main meal times as these can be very busy.
Depending on its size, new residents are welcome to bring furniture to their new room. Many of our residents bring a favourite armchair or pictures and other small belongings to personalise their room.
This depends on availability of rooms in the home, understanding the cost of care and the person moving in receiving a care assessment.