Christophorus House

Christophorus House

24 bed residential aged care facility in Hornsby, NSW

396 Peats Ferry Road
Hornsby NSW 2077
(02) 9476 3161
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Christophorus House Retirement Village is a very special senior living community in Hornsby, New South Wales. Our 23 independent living units, and a 24 bed Aged Care facility are situated amidst tranquil gardens in a peaceful village setting.

About Christophorus House

Our location offers convenient access to required services such as public transport, shops, clubs, medical centres and hospitals.

Our small size in comparison to other senior care facilities engenders a community spirit where everyone is valued. We aim to make retirement living at CHRV as enjoyable and comfortable as possible whilst meeting the dignity of each individual resident, as well as their wellbeing in physical, social, psychological and spiritual terms.

(02) 9476 3161

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Rooms and pricing

Residential accommodation create their fees based on a RAD (Refundable Accommodation Deposit) and a daily rate. Many facilities will negotiate these fees. Use the calculator below to see how a lower RAD can be offset by a highly daily rate

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If you cannot pay the upfront Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD), you can pay a combination of RAD and DAP (Daily Accommodation Payment).

Funding options for residential aged care

How much have you got for a RAD payment?

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Room type Cost
Hostel Single Room
Single room with Private ensuite
$455,000 maximum
or $49.99 maximum
Daily rate

The information which is summarised herein does not constitute financial or other professional advice and is general in nature.

It does not take into account specific circumstances and should not be acted on without full understanding of your current situation.

Any objectives should be discussed with an Aged Care Financial Advisor.

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