- St Kilda Retirement Village is located in the popular and pretty Waikato town of Cambridge. Situated just off St Kilda Road, the village is only a few minutes drive from scenic parks, central shopping and the Cambridge Golf Club.
Residential options at St Kilda Retirement Village consist of 67 north-facing one and two bedroom villas, some with studies. There are five different floor plans to choose from, but all villas have a heat pump and air conditioning unit, modern kitchen, en-suite bathroom, and are connected to our 24-hour call system. Enjoy peace of mind, knowing that residents are entitled to seven days free respite care and priority access to the St Kilda Care Home next door, if needs require. Our modern 80-bedroom care facility provides rest home, hospital and secure dementia care, with experienced staff and attractive communal areas.
Village life at St Kilda Retirement Village includes a strong sense of community. Our grounds house a library, theatre and workshop, while our community centre is large enough for residents to run meetings or host guest speakers. There is a busy social calendar for those who want to take part in activities, and regular van outings and supermarket shopping trips.
St Kilda Retirement Village is operated by Bupa, a trusted name in healthcare. For more information about St Kilda Retirement Village, please make an enquiry.Open Day: Sunday 5 August 2018 1pm - 3pmCall Chris to book a viewing for anytime!Open Day: Sunday 19 August 2018 1pm - 3pmCall Chris to book a viewing for anytime!Open Day: Sunday 2 September 2018 1pm - 3pmCall Chris to book a viewing for anytime!Open Day: Sunday 16 September 2018 1pm - 3pmCall Chris to book a viewing for anytime!Open Day: Sunday 30 September 2018 1pm - 3pmCall Chris to book a viewing for anytime!
Level of Care
- Independent Living
- Community Centre
- BBQ area
- Workshop / Mens Shed
- Hairdresser available for appointments
- Beauty Salon
- Garden Plots
- Dining Room
- Coffee Machine
- Lock-up storage
Care offered by village
- Health clinic
- Podiatrist available for appointments
- Emergency call system in units
Services offered by village
- Village van
- Unit windows and doors lockable securely
- Security patrols
- Staff on-site 24/hours
- Arts & crafts
- Cards & board games
- Exercise classes
- Social outings
- Resident dinners
- Bar happy hours
- Organised entertainment
- Movie nights
- Activities programme
- Shopping trips
Attractions in the Area
- Scenic walks
- Bowling club
- Golf courses
- Restaurants / cafes
- Cambridge Township
Can residents make alterations to their property? ×Alterations for reason such as a disability may be arranged with managements approval. The resident will be required to cover all costs associated with the alteration. When the resident leaves the village, they may be required to revert the unit to its original state (at the resident’s cost).
What do resident fees cover? ×Residents pay a village weekly fee, monthly in advance, which is calculated as a proportion of the cost of the village outgoings. This fee includes costs such as rates, insurance, rubbish collection, security patrols, lawn & garden maintenance etc.
How long is the cooling off period once the contract is signed? ×As per the Retirement Villages Act, the cooling off period after an Occupation Right Agreement has been signed is 15 working days.
When leaving the village, what is the process for units being sold? ×Bupa will market your villa and on resale refund the money you paid minus the Amenities Fee, and any other monies owing. Residents are welcome to introduce a prospective resident as long as they meet the normal entry criteria of the village.
Can residents have friends & family to stay? ×Yes, you are welcome to have visitors to stay for up to three weeks at a time. If your guests intend on staying longer, you will be required to get consent from the village manager.
What does the entry fee cover? ×The entry cost gives the resident the right to live in the unit for their lifetime or as long as they choose as well as use the services and communal areas in the village.
What are the residents rights if the village got into financial difficulty? ×Residents are protected through a first ranking mortgage with the Village's Statutory Supervisor. They hold first ranking mortgage over the village land in order to ensure priority and security for the rights of all residents. The statutory supervisor also ensures the operator of the village acts in accordance with the Disclosure Statement and the village is run in a financially responsible manner.
What happens if there is a delay in sale? ×If your unit has not been sold within six months of your licence termination, Bupa will pay what you are owed. If it sells sooner, Bupa will repay you upon settlement.
Contact Bupa St Kilda Retirement Village
Village SummaryRetirement Village Association (RVA) Accredited VillageLegal Titles of Units: Licence to occupyStatutory Supervisor: Corporate Trust Limited trading as Foundation Corporate TrustPet Policy: Most small pets welcome, with village manager permissionInsurance Policy: Full comprehensive insurance on the communal village buildings as well as residential properties and infrastructure.On-Site Manager: Yes
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