Unique take on retirement living

Unique take on retirement living

A cinema, outdoor entertainment deck and lifestyle activities are some of the features enticing seniors to make the move to Seasons Mango Hill. Sales manager Cheryl Evans said residents who moved in after the complex opened are settling into their luxury one, two and three-bedroom self-contained apartments. 

“We even offer potential residents with the ability to come and ‘try before you buy’ and have the full experience of living at our community before making the commitment to purchase,” Ms Evans said.

She said Seasons Mango Hill offered far more than traditional retirement living, with a range of care options available within its precinct. “At Seasons Mango Hill, seniors have the added security of knowing 24/7 onsite care is available to them, if and when they need it, something most traditional retirement villages do not offer. 

“Prospective residents can rest assured that if life throws them a curve ball, care is available on-site 24/7 fand can be tailored to their needs. 

“There aren’t many seniors’ resorts or retirement villages that can offer that type of peace of mind.” 

Apartments contain a fully self contained kitchen, with whitegoods supplied, and have private courtyards or patios. The centre has an arts and crafts room, barbecue area, gym, hairdresser and chapel on site, as well as a village bus.

To find out more about Seasons Mango Hill or to book a private tour phone Ms Evans on 0411 654 026 or book a tour online.

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