St John's Close, 3 Bosanquet Avenue, Prospect SA 5082

Enjoy a quiet leafy street within walking distance to shops and restaurants.

Resident funded unit available soon at St John’s Close – register your interest here.

Conveniently located near Prospect Road, a major retail and entertainment precinct, our Prospect retirement village called St John’s Close is a small group of four units.

Fee options: resident funded units and rental units

Property features

  • north facing units in a quiet residential street
  • full sized kitchen
  • carport with lock up roller door
  • private garden area
  • easy access to bus services
  • close to Prospect Road for shopping, entertainment, cinema and medical offices
  • access to amenities from North Adelaide residential care home on Buxton Street, including a cafe, gift shop, hairdresser and library.

More information

We both appreciate being in walking distance to shopping, library and Council community support programs. We go on outings arranged through the Council and Margaret is also doing an exercise program. It is important to seek out what is available in your community and take the opportunities to participate and get involved.

Bill and Margaret

Retirement Village residents, Prospect

Advice about Retirement Living

Retirement living is designed for people over 55 who are still active enough to live independently, providing a close community of like-minded people. An aged care home provides an increased level of support for people who are no longer able to live independently, with round the clock care available.

Small pets such as birds and fish are usually welcome at our retirement living homes, with each pet being approved by the Housing Coordinator before coming to live with you. There will be some circumstances where pets are not allowed, so please check with the Housing Coordinator before you move in.

A retirement village provides accommodation for people who are over 55, and who are either still working part time or are retired. Retirement living is designed for people who can live independently in their own home.

Friends and family are welcome to visit and stay with you in your retirement unit. Part of living in a retirement village is the sense of community and knowing who your neighbours are. This means that if you are planning on having a visitor for an extended stay, you will need to talk to the Housing Coordinator and let them know who is staying, and for how long.

Retirement village living is designed for people who are independent, without the need for 24/7 care.

However, we understand that health issues or changes in your circumstances can sometimes arise unexpectedly. For this reason, Helping Hand can assist with home care services should the need arise, to keep you living independently in your home for as long as possible.