Cannonvale, Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Group Model of Support
Age range of tenants
Not yet available
Preferred gender of tenants
Male or Female
Is this home right for me?
This vacancy is perfect for someone who would prefer to live in a unit with only one other flatmate, as opposed to living in a larger house with more people.
These units come with furniture provided so if you don’t already have your own furniture or would like to avoid the hassle of moving large items, then this property would be ideal.
Currently untenanted, these homes are ready for you to move in and make your own!
This listing consists of two units on the same block, each with two bedrooms and one shared bathroom. There is also an additional bedroom and bathroom on the property for a 24/7 sleepover support.
Both units have recently refurbished kitchens, open plan living areas and modern features, including WiFi access.
Outside, the property boasts a generous outdoor living space and patio area, which is shared across both units and within a fully enclosed yard.
Do you like to get out and about? You’ll be spoilt for choice with lots of activities you can do so close to your home – bushwalking, walks on the boardwalk along the beachfront and so much more!
Your new home is also only 20 metres from Endeavour Foundation’s Cannonvale Learning and Lifestyle hub where you can participate in group activities including Sailability and go on outings to nearby towns such as Airlie Beach and Proserpine.
Ideally located in a central part of town, this property is also close to public transport, local parks, shops, fishing spots and cafes.
Cannonvale is a small and welcoming community with several fun events and activities held throughout the year including live music and festivals.
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