Cosy and friendly house, Greystanes NSW 2145
This SDA disability house has one vacant room.
Northcott’s SDA disability housing property in Greystanes has four bedrooms, one full bathroom, three toilets and two living areas.
This naturally well-lit property has been built on a sloping block, so access through the front of the property is via stairs (9 steps). There is a ramp for access at the rear entry of the house, but the property is on a split level that requires going two steps up to access the living areas.
In this disability housing property, residents enjoy spending time together listening to music or playing retro shows on Foxtel. They enjoy exploring attractions across Sydney every Sunday and attend events at the local club fortnightly. An extra resident in the house is the lovely Lilly, a three year old beautiful and placid cat.
This disability house is a four minute drive to Pendle Hill Train Station, eight minute drive to Westmead Hospital and five minute drive to Greystanes shopping centre.
To be able to live in this house, you will need to have Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding included in your NDIS package, which is in addition to Supported Independent Living (SIL) funding.
If you want to know more about how this property could be your next home, call the team today on 1800 818 286. This house is managed by Hume Community Housing.
Features of the property
- Four bedrooms – all with built-ins
- One full bathroom, three toilets
- Two living areas
- One kitchen
- Air conditioning
- Secure fencing in backyard
- 24 hour awake shift support workers
- Vehicle for residents
To apply for this vacancy call us on 1800 818 286.
Learn more about our disability housing in Greystanes
Are there Northcott services I can access close to Greystanes?
How do I apply for this property?
Please call 1800 818 286 for more details about this disability accommodation and to begin the application process. Our friendly staff can assist you with all your queries.
How long does it take?
The Disability Royal Commission was announced in April 2019 and began accepting submissions in July 2019. The Commissioners are required to provide an interim report no later than 30 October 2020, and a final report by no later than 29 April 2022.