Mount Hutton, NSW

Vacancies in the suburb of Mount Hutton, NSW

These SIL vacancies in Mount Hutton are located in a quiet street, surrounded by an amazing landscape and a friendly neighbourhood. Located only minutes from great eateries and speciality stores at Lake Macquarie Square and Charlestown Square.

Accessibility

  • Specialist Disability Accommodation: High Physical Support.
  • Single storey, flat interior, with floorboards and tiled flooring throughout the property.
  • High ceilings.
  • Ramp entry access at the front and rear of the property.
  • Wheelchair friendly with wide pathways and door frames.
  • Supportive railing in main bathrooms.
  • 24/7 on-site care.

 

House Features

 

  • Five bedrooms, each with a built-in wardrobe.
  • Large open kitchen, living and dining areas.
  • Large outdoor area with undercover entertaining area.

Applicant Considerations

This SDA property currently has two male residents and one female resident, aged 55 to 65. The group enjoy spending time with their friends and family, and firing up the BBQ for afternoon tea and dinner. 
 
Placed in a well-situated area, the SDA property features open-plan living, with high ceilings and an extra-large lounge room. The home has two vacancies, one in the external villa with private ensuite and lounge room and the other in the main house. Located on a large block with a big entertainers backyard including an accessible outdoor entertaining area. 

 

Support Available

These vacancies in Mount Hutton have active staff support during the day as required and have sleepover support staff overnight. 

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