Community living for independent seniors

The Bermuda Housing Trust exists to improve the quality of life of Bermuda's seniors who have financial needs, but are also able to live independently. We are committed to providing residential communities for seniors to live in at the most affordable prices possible.

Coronavirus statement

April 6, 2020 – The Government of Bermuda has released a document containing guidelines for Bermuda seniors regarding COVID-19. Click here to view the document.

If anyone has a concern about a Senior or if you’re a Senior that needs help contact Dr. Claudette Flemming at AGE Concern on 747-7525.

March 18, 2020 – At the Bermuda Housing Trust (BHT), we are constantly monitoring the risk that Covid-19 might represent to the 194 tenants living in our five properties located across Bermuda.

As a result, BHT Chairman the Hon. John Barritt JP, together with Deputy Chairman, Senator, The Hon. Vance Campbell JP, have agreed to a number of steps designed to protect BHT tenants.

“Our tenants are all over the age of over 65 which means they are in the highest risk group,” said Mr. Barritt. “Their health and wellbeing are a top priority. Consistent with guidance from the Bermuda Government and the Ministry of Health, we are suspending face-to-face meetings and encouraging social distancing.”

“We understand that social distancing will be difficult for our seniors, their family members and friends, but we urge everyone to exercise caution and care and to keep visiting to an absolute minimum please, practising, as we all should, appropriate hygiene as recommended by our Government.“

“We are also suspending all in-person office visits and asking family members to assist their loved ones who are BHT tenants in making rental payments online and in any way that works best for them.”

“Finally we urge our resident seniors and their families to continue to monitor closely and follow the directives of our Government as we all must work together to address this very serious pandemic, following, and being a part of the national plan of action to combat this virus successfully.”

“We stand ready to help in this regard and can be reached by email at [email protected] or by calling 292-1322.”

  • Elizabeth Hills Park


    Bermuda Housing Trust’s very first property, acquired in 1965, sits amid 2.5 acres of rolling green lawns and manicured gardens.

    Elizabeth Hills offers 22 units, consisting of 18 studios and 4 one-bedroom units.

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  • Purvis Park


    Purvis Park, acquired in 1977, consists of 21 one bedroom units on a 1.73 acre secluded estate.

    Purvis Park offers a lovely, tranquil environment amid typical Bermudian gardens.

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  • Heydon Park


    Heydon Park is situated on approximately 3 acres within 14 acres of lush greenery which is one of Bermuda’s most beautiful parks, The Heydon Trust. The property, leased in 1979, comprises of 19 one bedroom units.

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  • Ferguson Park

    St. David’s

    Ferguson Park sits on a tranquil 1.81 acres in rural St. David’s. Leased in 1998, there are 19 one bedroom units.

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  • Dr. Cann Park


    Dr. Cann Park, the newest of the Bermuda Housing Trust’s residential communities built in 2005, features 100 one bedroom units.

    4 buildings are three storey units offering 8 one bedroom apartments per floor. Elevators are featured in each of the buildings.

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Meet a few of our tenants View all

Mrs. June Defour

Mrs. Catherine Lackford

Mr. Brownlow Place

Mr. & Mrs. Woods