AEM offers homes to let for people affected by autism

Autism East Midlands are offering homes to let for people affected by autism.

The homes, based at Ravenshead in Nottingham, are both situated on Longdale Lane and have three bedrooms. Suitable for families, couples or individuals that like a lot of space.

They come with a spacious communal car park shared with two other properties.

Both of these properties are ready for letting, with the only requirement that someone that will be living in the household is affected by autism.



Stepping into this property leads into an entrance hallway with double doors. Through the double doors, you'll find a large reception room onto a new modern kitchen with an eye-level oven and a microwave, hob and extractor fan. The storage cupboard also houses an electric boiler.

From the lounge and through further double doors, there is another reception room with bay windows that has great views of the large private garden, which leads into a room that could be converted into a fourth bedroom. It could alternatively be a great playroom or office.

On the second floor there are three double bedrooms, with an ensuite in the master bedroom, with bath and a seperate shower cubicle and a family shower room.




Enter through an entrance to the side, opening out into a hallway with a small office space to the side. Wander into the new, modern and large kitchen/dining room area with french doors that lead onto a sizeable private garden.

The kitchen features an eye-level oven, microwave, hob, extractor fan and two storage cupboards, one of which houses the electric boiler. You can walk onto the patio area of the garden from the living room.

On the second floor, there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with white suite and shower over the bath.


Both of these lettings are available for £1300pcm and viewings are available.

Book a viewing by:

  • Calling Carol Sales on 07814 919536
  • Emailing Andy Stewart at

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