O’Connor, ACT

Vacancy in the suburb of O’Connor, ACT

Located in a leafy section of O’Connor, this spacious property is surrounded by heritage listed properties, sporting ovals, and an abundance of restaurants and eateries. Located a few kilometers north of Canberra, this property is tucked away from the city noise, but is still close enough to feel the city centre hive of activity.

 

Accessibility

 

  • Single storey, flat interior.
  • One communal bathroom with an additional en suite, all with accessible wheelchair access.
  • Large walkways and door frames for wheelchair access.
  • Lowered kitchen counter tops.
  • Residents are supported with 24/7 access to skilled and qualified support staff. Active overnight support available.

 

House Features

 

  • Spacious living, kitchen and dining areas.
  • Large backyard with undercover pergola.

Applicant Considerations

The O’Connor property currently has two female residents who love doing puzzles, listening to music and watching TV. They often take the train to Dickson and enjoy eating out at local eateries.
 
With large walkways and door frames, lowered kitchen counter tops and an accessible bathroom, this home is wheelchair accessible. Outside is a spacious backyard with a beautiful front sitting area under a pergola decorated with Wisteria vines. Inside, you will find cosy rooms flooded with light.
 

Support Available

The level of support is determined on the resident’s needs. There is a current mix and 1 – 2 staff on shift at a time, and includes sleepover support.

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