The importance of location in a retirement property

Location. Location. Location. 

It’s something we’re used to hearing when it comes to property but in terms of the retirement space, it’s even more vital than one might think. We’ve watched our residents enjoy the spoils of a fantastic location but there are many reasons why they’re happy with their choice. Here’s why location should always be first prize…

Stay part of the family

As part of our Conversations With Aaron series, we sat down with Dr Seelan Naidoo, a family man who knows that staying close to the ones you love is the key to remaining active in any family unit. “You want to be close, but not too close,” says Dr Naidoo because in his mind, there’s a fine line between closeness and dependency. We think he’s certainly right. It’s why Mount Edgecombe Retirement Village provides the perfect chance to stay close whilst enjoying the life you’d always imagined during those hard-earned years.

Close to everything you need

Thanks to our prime location in the celebrated Kindlewood Estate, we’re close to every amenity that you can think of. From the beach to golf courses, King Shaka International Airport, world-class medical care, entertainment and award-winning eateries, there’s never been a better place to live well and above all, conveniently.

A solid investment

A sought-after location means a guaranteed investment that allows you to safeguard your future. With your home at MERV growing in value as the years pass, you’ll never have to worry about struggling to sell your home or what you might get for it later on. Should this fall on your children one day, you’ll enjoy peace of mind that your property will provide for them too.

Watch as Dr Seelan Naidoo explains his perceptions of retirement and the importance of an independent closeness with loves ones at this stage of life. LINK TO FULL VID To arrange a private tour of the Village, why not get in touch with David (083 456 1897) or RiAnne (084 659 3199). Alternatively, feel free to browse our gallery here: