Kensington Retirement Village is a place where you can feel safe and secure and where comfort, a sense of place and belonging are paramount. It is a place where you can gain friendship and enjoy the lifestyle of your choice, by either joining in activities or retreating to the privacy of your own unit.
Any eligible resident over the age of 55 who:
The only restriction is that residents are not permitted to conduct a business from their unit.
Residents may request to bring an existing small pet with the approval of Kensington Retirement Village management.
Of course! We encourage you to surround yourself with those people who are important to you – friends, relatives and of course the grandchildren, are always welcome visitors at Kensington.
A limited amount of car parking space has been allocated for visiting friends, family and relatives. Your guests however, are also welcome to park in your personal driveway for the time they are visiting.
No, all of our units are purposefully single storey to allow for easy access for all our residents.
Your service fee covers many costs amongst which, but are not limited to:
The units vary in cost depending on the size and design elements of the unit. Contact Us for more information.
The manager is available as a contact point for residents and visitors and to ensure the ongoing maintenance of the grounds and property.
The manager is responsible for the daily running of the Village and general administration.
The manager, along with sales staff, will conduct tours for prospective purchasers and assist new residents in their efforts to make an easy transition into the way of life at Kensington.
Residents will enter into what is commonly known as a lifetime lease arrangement. This arrangement is very common in retirement living.
There is no formal system of care in place at Kensington. The facilities within the Club House however, allow for you to use the consulting room to make an appointment with external consultants of your choice. Residents are also welcome to organise in-home consultations.
The Resident will be responsible for City of Greater Geelong and Barwon Water rates and general service charges. These rates will be separately assessed for each Unit and residents will be responsible for their payment. In this way, you will be able to directly take advantage of any pensioner rebates which may apply.
Each unit is separately metered for electricity and water. The cost of public lighting, power to the Club House and the common streets and pathways in Kensington Retirement Village are all covered under Service Fees.