- Eight residents in the Coach House, eight in the Heritage House
- Private bed-sitting rooms (furnished and maintained by the resident) with ensuite bathroom (usually with a shower) and emergency call system
Two bathtub rooms with showers in each house, one of which has a walk-in shower with a flip-down seat for residents who require some support in the shower.
- Attractive common living and dining rooms, sun rooms, and gardens
- Live-in House Coordinator in each house
- Tasty and nutritious noon and evening meals prepared by the House Coordinator. Residents prepare their own breakfast but the food is provided.
- “Help-yourself” snacks and beverages any time
- Laundry facilities (no-charge)
- Wheelchair accessible
- Patios and balconies
- Cleaning services are available at an additional cost
City of Vancouver Heritage Building
"Built in 1912 as a single family home this building would later serve as the city's first Children's Hospital which operated at this location between 1927 to 1933. Skillfully designed for its prominent corner location, with a notable perimeter stone wall, the building is a landmark in Marpole. It has elements of the Edwardian Builder style and the Craftsman style. The City of Vancouver completed a rehabilitation and addition to the building, that was designed by the Iredale Partnership, for Abbeyfield seniors housing in 1993."