Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)
Shared concierge support service provided by a SIL Provider onsite
South Village offers residents a blend of luxury and comfort, designed to capture amazing views of Sydney’s CBD, Botany Bay, Cronulla Beach and Royal National Park.
Summer Housing’s 10 apartments are peppered throughout the Viewpoint building, which is one of seven buildings that make up South Village. The apartments boast an abundance of built-in-storage, open plan living, and stylish finishes and are located above the main shopping quarter.
A reliable public transport network connects you to every corner of Sydney. From Kirrawee train station, you can be at the airport and the CBD in a little over 30 minutes.
A two-way communications system enables tenants to contact support workers (in an additional on-site apartment) in the event of an emergency or unplanned support need. The apartments also have structural provision for ceiling hoists and are assistive technology ready.
The average apartment size (internal area) for the South Village apartments is 61 square metres.
The beautifully presented single-level apartments have been designed to achieve Platinum level certification under Livable Housing Design Guidelines and meet High Physical Support design requirements under the NDIS. The apartments will be enrolled with the NDIA as 1 Bedroom, 1 Resident High Physical Support Apartments.
Viewpoint in South Village is now complete and ready for you to move in.
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To apply for these vacancies, a person must have Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding in their NDIS plan at the High Physical Support Apartment (single occupancy) category OR be likely to have this funding in their plan. For further information on eligibility please refer to the brochure.
If you have any questions regarding your eligibility to apply to rent an apartment please contact Maria Ellensohn on 0456 115 141 to discuss.