Evergreen Diep River offers ultimate comfort and affordability

Residents are eager to tell you how much they love Evergreen Diep River. It’s no small wonder; this luxury retirement complex (the latest in Evergreen’s growing portfolio of wonderful retirement lifestyle developments) is favoured for its high-quality, stylish apartments designed exclusively for those ready to eliminate homeowner responsibilities, relax, and enjoy retirement living at its best.

Perfectly positioned in close proximity to local shopping and the Constantiaberg Mediclinic, Evergreen Diep River offers a selection of 1 bedroom lock-up-and-go apartments for as little as R600 000, with sought-after 2 bedroom apartments also available.

Many apartments boast spacious balconies with wonderful views, whilst the development’s facilities include a popular bistro, TV and open plan lounge, bar, library and large entertainment areas. All this, plus the benefits of an indoor heated pool, well-equipped gym and nurses’ station.  Evergreen’s extensive services and friendly staff make life easier for residents and a place where friends and family are happy to visit. Offering an enduring and enviable lifestyle on an independent or assisted living basis, you’ll be able to relax in the knowledge that should you need it, help is always at hand. Evergreen’s active aging philosophy is supported by personalised and scalable home-based healthcare.

The Evergreen Diep River complex is fully secure, with manned security, underground parking and 24-hour patrols providing total peace of mind. This unique development offers an independent, active lifestyle, full of warmth, friendships and laughter, fully-supported and expertly managed. 

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