Front entrance to house with curved concrete driveway to the front door.  Entrance is surrounded by bushes and leafy trees.
Open plan dining and lounge room with windows all sides and television.
Leather chairs and couches facing windows and television on grey carpet.
Loungeroom number 2 with red leather couches and desk.
Forest Hill, VIC

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) registered as design category ‘Fully Accessible’.

Presenting a spacious 5-bedroom home in Forest Hill. This residence features a contemporary open-plan kitchen/dining area, two sizable living rooms, and a grassed backyard with shady trees and undercover patio.

This property offers shared independent living with 24/7 support.

We are seeking one tenant who would love to join the existing male and female residents and enjoy a mix of social and independent activities.

Room information

One vacant carpeted room with built in wardrobes, heating and cooling.

House information

This low set home features:

• 5 bedrooms inclusive of built-in wardrobes and large windows.

• Fully equipped kitchen with plenty of bench space and storage overlooking the dining area.

• Two Spacious and comfortable living rooms.

• Three accessible bathrooms with grab rails and stepless showers.

• Internal laundry with washer and dryer.

• Large, grassy yard with undercover patio.

• External ramp access.


This happy household has three male residents and 1 female resident.

Location information

Forest Hill, located 18 kilometres east of Melbourne, offers a family-friendly atmosphere with leafy streets. It's well-connected to Melbourne CBD by road and public transport.

The suburb features Forest Hill Chase Shopping Centre, Mahoney’s Reserve, and Forest Hill Reserve. Medical services are easily accessible with Box Hill Hospital and Forest Hill Medical Centre nearby.

Forest Hill's proximity to the Dandenong Ranges and the Yarra Valley wine region provides residents with scenic views and outdoor recreational opportunities. It's a peaceful suburb with a strong sense of community, making it ideal for families and individuals seeking a relaxed lifestyle near the city.


Fully wheelchair accessible with lots of wide spaces and areas throughout the house.

Current support model

The house is staffed seven days a week with an Active Night overnight model of care.

All staff are trained in epilepsy management, positive behaviour support and dual disability.

All staff have current First Aid and medication training.

Regular household safety checks are conducted.

Factors to consider when applying

Life Without Barriers will conduct a screening and suitability assessment to ensure housemates are compatible.

  • You are aged 18 years or over.

  • You are eligible for, and able to secure, an appropriate level of NDIS Supported Independent Living (SIL) and Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) funding.

  • You have the financial means to pay rent and utilities and are prepared to sign (or for a representative to sign) a service and accommodation agreement.

SDA Design category - Fully Accessible

The property is owned by the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing with staff support provided by Life Without Barriers.

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