Neighbours who are also friends
One of the great advantages of living at the Estate is that you soon get to know not just your immediate neighbours, but your entire neighbourhood. Our residents come from all walks of life and many form new and long lasting friendships with people they might otherwise have never met. Of course this doesn’t mean they give up friendships with people living outside of the Estate – visitors are always welcome and residents are free to entertain them in their own homes or the Community Centre.
Socialise as much or as little as you like
While living at the Estate provides many opportunities to get together with other residents how much time you spend socialising is entirely up to you. A common misconception about retirement estates is that you will be forced to participate in events held at the Estate – that’s simply not true! We understand that everyone is their own person, it’s what makes our community the rich, vibrant, exciting place it is. To that end you can join in as much or as little as you like – your home is your own and it should reflect what you want.
We take the work out of retirement
Say goodbye to chores such as gardening and home repairs – we do them for you. Retirement should be about relaxing and enjoying yourself, not worrying about how you’ll keep the house up or whether it’s secure. Whether its a leaky tap, a blocked gutter or a lawn that needs mowing, we’re here to help. And, if you need it, additional support services such as linen, cleaning and meals are also available.
- 24 hour on-site staff (commencing in November 2015)
- Home maintenance/repairs
- 24 hour emergency call system
- Linen/laundry service
- 3 daily meals
- Pharmacy service
- Personal care
- Stepless housing design
- Wide hallways
- Lever mixer taps
- Easy reach powerpoints
- Provisioning for grab rails