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Lakefront Village

Serviced Apartments



Christadelphian Aged Care is an experienced aged care provider that has been serving the community for more than 60 years. We believe in a holistic approach to care that respects each individual and promotes the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of all our residents. As a charitable, not-for-profit organisation, all surplus funds are reinvested back into caring for our residents and facilities. At Lakefront Village you can be assured of outstanding care and services. The village is managed by professional and dedicated staff with a wealth of experience delivering a high standard of service caring for the needs and wellbeing of residents. Located on the shores of Tuggerah Lake, Lakefront Village offers Serviced Apartments that encourage an independent lifestyle without the hassle of household chores.

Inclusions  odern studio apartments with kitchenette M and bathroom Large living area Security of 24 hour emergency call system All meals provided Weekly cleaning Selected laundry services included Reverse cycle air conditioning Maintenance Services

Meals We believe the quality of food is important to our residents and our cooking team provides a selection of freshly prepared meals that are both nutritious and delicious, while catering for those with special dietary needs.

Facilities Residents in the serviced apartments can enjoy all the facilities Lakefront Village has to offer. From walks by the lake to a quiet cuppa in the lounge, the high standard in our village will enhance the quality of life. Modern community centre  egular entertainment such as concerts, R luncheons ,movie afternoons Lounge areas Well-stocked library Craft room Pool table and shuffle board Hair salon Internet kiosk Heated covered pool Landscaped gardens Barbecue facilities  egular shopping and outing days in the R Village Bus Walking Groups

Family and friends are warmly welcomed to Lakefront Village. Enjoy barbecue facilities, picnics on the village green or participate in other activities and social gatherings. Overnight visitors are welcome with prior notification. The village seeks to continually improve services through regular consultation and feedback from residents and their families.

Entering the Village The owner of Lakefront Village, Christadelphian Homes Ltd, grants a new resident a 99 year lease of a selected apartment with the lease registered at the Land Titles Office. A new resident pays the agreed Ingoing Contribution to secure the apartment of their choice. An apartment may be reserved by the payment of a fully refundable holding deposit ($1,000). The deposit reserves the selected apartment for an agreed period to allow residents time to sell their home. Lakefront Village, at the request of the incoming resident, may allow flexibility regarding entry date. The intending resident may have the holding deposit fully refunded by giving written notice to the operator. The exception to this is a deduction of legal fees where resident specific occupancy documents have been prepared and sent to the intending resident’s solicitors. Upon confirmation that an intending resident wishes to proceed, 10% of the Ingoing Contribution is payable, with the balance payable on settlement. Under certain circumstances, residents may occupy the apartments early. Please speak with your sales consultant about the conditions on which early occupation is granted.

During occupancy in the Village Residents of the serviced apartments pay a basic recurrent levy equal to a percentage of the maximum aged pension being: 85% of Single Aged Pension plus rental assistance subsidy. Residents must also pay for their own telephone and electricity, as well as repairs of non-capital nature to their Apartment. Residents are responsible for insuring the contents of their serviced apartment if they so desire.

The recurrent levy covers all expenses and services of the Village including: Normal use of emergency call system  ll exterior maintenance and upkeep of the A village property, including repair and maintenance of common plumbing and electrical facilities  lectricity to common areas and E community centre  aintenance of lawns, gardens, M pathways, trees Full replacement fire insurance policy  ublic liability and workers compensation P (to cover staff) insurance All council rates and charges, and Administration of the village Village Bus

Christadelphian Retirement Living advises you should consult your financial advisor, accountant or lawyer to be clear about your current financial circumstances, understanding the costs and structure of the Lakefront Village agreement. There are three different types of costs associated with retirement village living These include:

The schedule of inclusions All Lakefront Village independent living units and serviced apartments are unique and a complete list of inclusions for your desired residence will be provided upon request. The following important information relating to your lifestyle investment at Lakefront Village can be obtained from the Sales office;

 he entry fee also known as the incoming T contribution

Retirement Village Living booklet

The service fee also known as recurrent charges

Expression of interest

The exit fee also known as a departure fee

Disclosure statement

Involving your family in the decision is also a good idea.

Schedule of fees

Lakefront Village rules Appropriate advice should also be obtained from your solicitor or other adviser to ensure that you properly understand the proposed transaction.

Lakefront Village Serviced Apartments 1 Village Way Canton Beach NSW 2263 Telephone: (02) 4305 3660 Facsimile: (02) 4396 3778 Email:



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