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Abbeyfield House Birkenhead, 65 Prenton Road West, Prenton, Birkenhead, Merseyside, CH42 9PZ

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Abbeyfield House has ten single en-suite flats to rent.

Facilities include a house manager and emergency alarm service, communal lounge, dining room, conservatory, guest facilities, laundry and garden. A home-cooked lunch is provided every day.

Birkenhead is situated on the Wirral and remained a farming community until the early 19th century when the introduction of the Liverpool ferry opened up the area to settlement. The original village was centred around the old Benedictine Abbey and the town grew slowly around the the Priory eventually expanding rapidly with the development of the shipyards and docks. The many fine 19th century buildings testify to the towns' prosperity and the town hall is a fine example. The Williamson Art Gallery and Museum has extensive collections of English Watercolours and ceramics.

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If you want to call the management company direct call 01727 857536, or if you want to contact the development direct, call 0151 608 8537

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