Thinking of downsizing now that you’re retired? Then you might want to consider an Evergreen retirement village, which offers plenty of attractive lifestyle benefits. Here’s a closer look at what you can expect as a resident.
1. Lock-up-and-go lifestyle
At Evergreen, there are a number of ways we offer our residents a stress-free retirement lifestyle. Each village has a high level of security, including strict access control, electric fencing, CCTV cameras, manned security control rooms and regular patrols, which means your home is in safe hands, whether you’re staying in or heading out.
And thanks to the Life Right model, you won’t need to spend much time looking after your home – the developer carries the responsibility of the management, maintenance and upkeep of the property and village.
2. Connected community
It can be easy to feel lonely in retirement, particularly if you stay by yourself or your family lives far away. One of the biggest benefits of living in a retirement village like Evergreen is that you become part of a vibrant and connected community.
Not only do you have neighbours living close to you, but there are also plenty of opportunities to socialise. Within each village there are various social events and special interest groups, including photography and birdwatching societies and wine tasting clubs. And our lifestyle centres provide the perfect space for friends to meet for coffee, watch the game or have a light meal at the bistro.
3. A focus on healthy living
At Evergreen, we’re invested in providing our residents with opportunities to live a healthy lifestyle. Most of our villages have exercise facilities, like a gym and pool, and offer various health and fitness programmes like walking clubs.
Because we know how important easily accessible healthcare is to our residents, we offer discreet and personalised home-based healthcare, 24-hour medical emergency assistance and nurse-call alarms in every unit. We also provide monthly clinics and regular health checks, and our Health Care Centres are administered by trained nurses and carers who offer help when you need it.