White Rock, Supported Independent Living (SIL)
Is this home right for me?
Do you want to move into a brand-new home in 2023?
If you like good food then you’re in luck because the people in this house love to cook! All residents are encouraged to assist with meal preparation, and everyone helps each other to complete household chores.
Current tenants would love to have a new house mate with whom they can socialise and do planned activities, such as arts and crafts or outings into the community. They are currently living in a temporary rental while their new home will be completed in 2023.
The newly built home is situated in White Rock, one of Queensland’s most tropical locations. This is a highly sought-after property.
There are four resident bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes and existing window coverings, as well as an additional bedroom for shared support.
There are two bathrooms (each shared between two residents) and air-conditioning within the open-plan living spaces.
The property has space for one car and is also close to public transport and everyday essential services, including the Mt Sheridan Shopping Centre, cafes, and health services.
The residents are currently living in a temporary rental that has a large backyard with a BBQ patio and open-plan living space. This is an opportunity to get to know your new housemates before making the move into your brand-new home in 2023.
Have you ever thought about playing golf? This property is just a short drive from the Cairns Golf Club. Or maybe you’d prefer to visit Minniecon/Mundi Gunji Park, just a short stroll from your new home.
Perfect for adventures in the great outdoors, this park has plenty of native landscape for you to explore, as well as open fields for you to play a game of cricket or catch a Frisbee with your new housemates.
If you’re interested in attending any day services, the Endeavour Foundation bus also visits this property and can take you to the nearby Learning and Lifestyle hub. With a regularly updated calendar of activities, you’ll never run out of new things to learn and do.
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