‘Why didn’t I move in sooner’ is the most common question asked by Enliven’s Reevedon Retirement Village residents after settling into their new relaxing lifestyle at the popular Horowhenua village.
That’s because Reevedon Village residents enjoy independence and peace of mind while having more time for the things they love because all the property maintenance is taken care of.
Positioned in the heart of Levin on Salisbury Street, Reevedon Village is owned by Enliven, part of the not-for-profit organisation Presbyterian Support Central.
The location offers residents a short, flat walk to the shopping centre and is handy to public transport.
With both one-bedroom and two-bedroom villas available, the village caters to couples and people living on their own.
Each villa is well set out with a separate kitchen, open-plan dining and lounge, bathroom and laundry, and equipped with private outdoor areas, a heat pump and air-conditioning, an electric hot water cylinder, storage and more.
Reevedon Village residents say they enjoy living independently, while having peace of mind knowing help is at hand if they need it.
That’s because Reevedon Village is located right next door to Reevedon Home, also owned by Enliven.
Enliven can arrange short or long-term healthcare assistance, practical home help, personal care services, meals and house keeping services.
Not to mention Reevedon Retirement Village residents are given preferential entry into Enliven’s rest homes, including the neighbouring Reevedon Home, as well as Levin Home for War Veterans. Services available include rest home, hospital and dementia-level care, as well as respite and convalescent care.
To find out more about Reevedon Village, located at 37 Salisbury Street in Levin, or to arrange a viewing, call the village sales agent on 04 439 4949, or visit www.enlivencentral.org.nz.