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Retirement Villages NSW – Differences With Retirement Housing

There are so many options available with respect to Retirement villages NSW that one may feel overwhelming. However, by taking an in depth look at the independent living accommodation and differences between retirement villages and retirement housing one can take a more informed decision.

Retirement housing is generally for older people over the age of 50 and 60 and is normally sold on leasehold basis of 99 or 125 years. The facilities offered at retirement housing facilities are generally limited and it may just have a communal lounge and manager available on weekdays between 9am to 5pm. There is usually an emergency call system for unexpected and emergency situations.

Retirement villages NSW are more suited to seniors who enjoy social activities and enjoy being a part of the community. There are several facilities offered which includes community lounges, restaurants and bars, Wellness spa and activity rooms. There is 24 hour emergency assistance and nursing professionals available on-site. Contact Us (02) 8887 5555 for more details.

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