SPONSORED BY DELAMORE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY
WARM smiles and good friends are what makes Delamore special; that and an ideal location in the heart of Brisbane’s northern suburbs.
Set in the beautiful grounds of Delamore House in Kedron, it is a boutique retirement community for the over-65s.
“The gracious community centre, located in Delamore House, is the hub for meeting, dining, entertainment and activities,” a Delamore spokesperson said.
“The entire package that is Delamore is based on the enriching spiritual values of love, compassion, simplicity, peace and joy which is part of the spirit inherited from the Franciscan Sisters.
“Since 1930, the Missionary Franciscan Sisters have built up tradition of serving the community through education and caring for those in need.
“While being a Christian community in which religious and spiritual values are supported, Delamore is also a place where all people are welcome regardless of their beliefs.”
The Delamore Retirement Community provides well-designed accommodation for elderly and retired persons, and provides a team of management and staff who work together to offer care in line with the ethos of the Franciscan Sisters.
The facility is also a five-minute walk from the nearby Catholic Church.
“At Delamore you’ll live at your own pace in a welcoming community,” the spokesperson said. “Great on-site facilities are on offer including chapel, library, billiard room, exercise room and a spa.
“There is an elegant dining room where meals are freshly prepared for the residents.”
The community has one, two and three-bedroom independent-living units and serviced apartments.
“Residents are assured privacy and independence with the security of having 24-hour emergency staff on site,” the spokesperson said.
Two-bedroom units are now available, ranging in price from $350,000 to $390,000.
Contact the Delamore Retirement Community manager on (07) 3357 7028 to arrange an inspection.
This sponsored content has been provided by Delamore Retirement Community for the annual Seniors’ Guide advertising feature. The content also appeared in our October 2, 2016 edition as paid content.