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Guilford Young Grove, Aged Care, Sandy Bay

13 St Canice Avenue Sandy Bay, TAS, 7005

Property Overview


Number of Dwellings 56
Type of Dwellings Low-Rise Development
Year Established 0
Pet Policy No pets allowed

Aged Care Beds

Available Beds

0 Supported Living Supported Living 0 Low Care Low Care
27 High Care High Care 0 Transitional Care Transitional Care
0 Respite Care Respite Care 0 Day Care Day Care
0 Dementia Dementia 0 Secure Dementia Secure Dementia
0 Prestige Care Prestige Care 0 Ageing In Place Ageing In Place


Property Features


  • Pay TV
  • Hairdresser

Recreational Facilities

  • Chapel
  • Residents lounge

About this Property

Guilford Young Grove

The Community

Guilford Young Grove was the first Residential Aged Care Facility of Southern Cross Care, opening its doors to residents in 1975. Perched high on a hill, the extensive unobstructed water views across the Derwent River to Wrest Point, the Tasman Bridge and Hobart City provide an ever changing vista. Attractive lawns and gardens provide pleasant outlooks and the rose garden in particular offers months of pleasure to residents and visitors alike. Consisting of 56 beds, most with en-suite facilities. Guilford Young Grove has an enviable reputation for being a friendly, homely facility with personalised service from dedicated staff. The cosy rooms make the most of the expansive views where residents can enjoy a warm sunny aspect with stunning views over the gardens to the river and city.

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Southern Cross Care TAS Inc

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