Greensborough Apartments

Secure your dream retirement lifestyle now

Apartments are available in Leith Park, one of Victoria's longest established and highly reputable retirement villages. Get in now to secure an inspection and place in one of these desirable retirement homes.

 

Find out more below, or contact us for further information

 

 

WHy retire at leith park?

Located in the leafy community of St Helena, Leith Park is a thriving, tight knit retirement community.

It’s a village where you can live the lifestyle you have always wanted for your retirement.

You can be as busy and active as you want, or slow down and enjoy and easier pace.

Take part in the community activities, explore the gardens and other amenities that Leith Park offers.

All this is offered with the bonus of a one-off entry payment, no exit fees and access to on-site aged care with no Refundable Accommodation Deposit.

Life within an Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria village gives you access to potential and possibility.

 

 

Sanctuary is how artist Gillian Coates describes her home at Currie Park, OCAV’s village in Euroa. “When I go to Melbourne and I am heading back to Euroa, I can’t wait to get home to the peacefulness of this place. It is like a sanctuary for me."

Amenities

  • Access to NBN
  • Spacious, light-filled rooms
  • Open-plan living and dining areas
  • Generous bathroom with walk-in shower
  • Lift access to all levels

Services

  • Maintenance inside and outside your apartment
  • On-site parking
  • Meals on request*
  • Regular bus service
  • Access to an award-winning on-site aged care home with no RAD.**

Flexible Care Options

  • Free personal alarms
  • Regular visits by physios, podiatrists and pharmacists*

*fees and charges apply

**Refundable Accommodation Desposit

Book a tour

 

To book a tour or for general inquiries contact our Residents’ Coordinator Karen on (03) 9433 1100 or karene@ocav.com.au

 

Dorothy Clayton has felt very much ‘at home’ since she moved into Braeside Park nine years ago. Now, Dorothy, the village’s volunteer pastoral care worker, tries to ensure that others also feel a sense of belonging in the Berwick village.