If you’re ready to downsize, Kingsway Court is calling your name
Choose from a range of quality retirement homes for sale in a range of spacious sizes, with two or three bedrooms, to suit your lifestyle needs.
All our retirement homes feature modern appliances, are in a neat ready-to-move-into condition and have community facilities such as a beautiful indoor heated pool and spa, gym, lawn bowling and putting green, all available at your doorstep.
You’ll simply never want to leave.
Due to popular demand, there are currently no villas available at Kingsway Court. To register your interest for future vacancies, get in touch now.
Frequently asked questionsView All FAQ’s
Do I own my home?
Tenure of homes is secured by way of a Lease for Life governed by WA Retirement Villages Legislation.
You cannot sub-lease the home, bequeath it or sell it privately.
How old is the Kingsway Court village?
The village was opened in 2004 with the last home occupied in 2006.
Are fees payable when I terminate my Lease for Life?
Yes. There is a Deferred Management fee, termination Fee, and after year 8 a Sinking Fund contribution.
Full details of these fees will be provided prior to your entering into a Lease for Life.
What emergency assistance is available?
Every home is fitted with a Medi-Minder medi alarm which is monitored 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Am I allowed to bring my pets?
Yes, we are a pet-friendly village!
You will need to flag it with Management first, so make sure you have been given approval.
What insurance do I need?
Building insurance is included in your monthly fees.
Contents insurance is the resident's responsibility.
Can I use the community facilities for my own private functions?
The community facilities are for everyone who lives in the village.
However, special functions may be organised subject to requirements agreed upon between management and the Residents Committee.
What do the monthly fees pay for?
Among other things, the monthly fees cover use of all community facilities, administration and management of the village, 24 hour emergency call system and monitoring, maintenance of all common areas including front gardens and bore, and water consumption.
Can I easily access Brightwater At Home services?
Residents are able to access any home services they like, including services from Brightwater At Home.
Who do I speak to if I have an issue with my home?
We have people available to speak to on-site.
You can contact our from office 9am to 1pm from Monday to Thursdays, and the Office Manager is also available for urgent enquiries outside these hours.
Can friends and family stay overnight?
Guests may stay for up to 8 weeks in any one year.
Are doctors and health professionals close by?
There are several health professionals located in surrounding suburbs.
Am I able to have a carer live in?
No. The only people who may occupy a home are those named on the Lease for Life.
Who pays for utility charges and council rates at Kingsway Court?
The resident is responsible for their own gas and electricity and water consumption is covered by the monthly fees. As Brightwater is a not-for-profit organisation, residents are not charged Council Rates.
There are a charges however, for rubbish bin collection and the Emergency Services Levy. There is also an annual charge for sewerage based on the number of toilets in each home. Eligible residents of Kingsway Court can claim an Emergency Services Levy rebate through the City of Wanneroo.
If I am a Kingsway Court resident am I able to automatically move into Brightwater Madeley if needed?
Brightwater Madeley is an aged care home co-located with Kingsway Court.
It is federally funded and while Brightwater makes every effort to accommodate Kingsway Court residents, unfortunately there is no guarantee of a place.
Can I make any changes to my home?
Non-structural changes to homes are allowed, however you will need to flag it with management first. Written applications are subject to approval.