History of Wolfe House

History of Wolfe House

Wolfe House on Wolf’s Row was originally built in the 19th Century, It was set near the Limpsfield Common National Trust and was first used for care during WW1 as a convalescent home for injured soldiers.With experience in providing quality aged care. Our Management team and friendly staff are very experienced, dedicated to providing exceptional care for our residents.Wolfe House Care Home is nestled amongst beautifully manicured gardens and surrounds, ensuing our residents have the perfect balance of indoor and outdoor living.

Wolfe House convalescent post card

Back of Wolfe House convalescent postcard

General James Wolfe

In 1921 the original property was destroyed and the new building was renamed after General James Wolfe of Westerham. Wolfe House was later converted into a residential care home for the elderly, and continues to provide care today.
A group picture in the gardens of Wolfe House in 1913

A group picture in the gardens of Wolfe House in 1913

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