Downsize your home but upsize your life in this beautifully appointed two-bedroom apartment located in the coveted Violetta building at the Nellie Melba Retirement Village.
This two-bedroom apartment is light and spacious with clean lines and a clever design layout which makes for an easy everyday lifestyle. The open-plan living and designer kitchen with a waterfall stone benchtop ensures the conversation flows as you work your magic in the kitchen. The bathroom has Italian tiling, a level-entry shower and fixtures and fittings that are modern yet timeless. The large master suite features a walk-in wardrobe and separate toilet for that extra added convenience.
Independent living provides the best of both worlds – the freedom to come and go as you please, with the security and companionship of the village community. Rates, window cleaning, gardening and exterior maintenance are all part of the service. So, you’ll have more time and energy to enjoy the things you really love.
The village is nestled in the vibrant suburb of Wheelers Hill. It is conveniently located directly across the road from Brandon Park Shopping Centre, which has a variety of amenities such as a supermarket, cafes, bank and medical centre. The central location of the village also gives you easy access to Monash, Eastern and Peninsula Link freeways, Offering you a gateway to almost anywhere in Victoria.
You’ll also enjoy peace of mind knowing that we offer a comprehensive range of aged care options such as residential aged care (low care and high care) and specialist dementia care, all within the same village community. So, whatever the future holds, we’ve got your back. And to add a little certainty to your retirement, Ryman’s base weekly fee is fixed for the entire time you occupy your apartment – guaranteed!*
*Some conditions apply
**Photos of the apartment are for indicative purposes only.
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