Caboolture, Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Group Model of Support
Gender of tenants
Male and Female
Age range of tenants
59 - 61
Preferred gender of tenants
Is this home right for me?
During the week this is an active household with residents who enjoy visiting the library, RSL and coffee shops as well as Endeavour Foundation services in Caboolture.
If you enjoy watching movies (especially John Wayne movies,) drawing, scrapbooking, and craft, as well as listening to music then you will fit right into this home.
This home would be well-suited to someone who enjoys the company of others including housemates’ family and friends.
This single-story recently refurbished home features two bathrooms and six bedrooms, including one bedroom for an overnight support.
An accessible home design with a modern interior, the property offers a deluxe-sized kitchen with modern appliances; spacious dining and lounge room area with an additional sitting space; and is air-conditioned throughout.
Positioned on a large block of land in the heart of Caboolture, this home has a spacious backyard and a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. You will be able to choose from two under-cover, outdoor entertaining areas for your morning cuppa, as well as for socialising with family, friends, and fellow housemates.
Just under an hour from Brisbane, Caboolture is the gateway to the Sunshine Coast. Caboolture has all the charm and character to delight – with stunning mountain scenery and charming country villages this suburb has such diversity in lifestyle and scenic attractions.
If you are considering attending day programs or work opportunities outside of the home, this property is a short drive away from the Endeavour Foundation Learning and Lifestyle hub and Business Solutions site. It is also within a ten-minute drive of local shopping precincts, Caboolture Square and Morayfield Shopping Centre.
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