Retirees offered chance to make Coombrae Village home

Enliven’s Stephen Prabhakaran (Village Manager) is proud to show off Coombrae Village.

Manawatu and Horowhenua retirees in search of boutique retirement living can now consider Feilding’s Coombrae Village, although they may need to act quickly.

“It’s unusual for us to have two villas on offer,” says Coombrae Home and Village manager Stephen Prabhakaran.

“Both of these villas, like all of our villas at Coombrae, are very nicely situated in spacious garden grounds.”

With only 20 villas making up the village, the atmosphere is warm, welcoming and neighbourly.

“It has a special, boutique feel,” says Stephen.

“Supporting independent living is our top priority.

Village residents can come and go as they please, they can get involved in village life and activities at Coombrae Home as much, or as little, as they like. And of course, they enjoy their retirement in a safe neighbourhood with other retirees at a similar stage of life.”

Coombrae’s villas have been designed and purpose-built to provide safe, quality retirement living with a homely community feel. There are additional services on offer for those who aren’t so mobile, too.

“If you value a vibrant, active, and enjoyable lifestyle, then Coombrae Village should be your first choice. And it’s worth considering that any profits are directed back into Enliven or our Family Works services for children and families in need.”

Coombrae Village’s open home 14 February 2022.

Coombrae Village Home and Village manager Stephen Prabhakaran is available to answer questions or give a tour of the village. To request an information pack or arrange a viewing phone 06 366 0444 or email . Enliven is an accredited member of the Retirement Village Association of NZ.

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