Windsor Country Village has been proudly run by the Edmonds family for 34 years. As one of the few independently-run strata titled retirement villages in NSW, the Village has a unique community and family relationship between the residents and management. The Edmonds family company, Tasman Securities Pty Limited, now trading as Retirement Living Services purchased the Operator and Management rights for the Village in 1987. The original developer completed the construction and the Villas were first sold from 1987. In 2020, Cynthia Hitchinson passed away aged 99 years, having lived with us at the Village for 32 years. One of our current residents is still enjoying life with us after 28 years, aged 93. Currently we have 10 residents that have lived with us at Windsor Country Village for more than 20 years. This continuity of management and residents is why there is such a very special community feel at Windsor Country Village.
Through Tasman Securities Pty Ltd, Janet and Philip Edmonds have operated and managed Windsor Country Village. Philip Edmonds was a business and property valuer by profession. He was also a founding member of the Retirement Villages Association which prepared the original Code of Practice for retirement village management and he worked with the government on the drafting of the original Retirement Villages Act. Philip worked with and advised the Department of Fair Trading in various capacities. Philip spent many years working with another company called Retirement Living Services advising developers, charitable organisations, churches and governments in the design, construction, operation and management of Retirement Villages. Whilst Retirement Living Services was sold in 1985, Tasman Securities has recently reacquired this trading name. Janet Edmonds, formerly a Qantas hostess and operator of Lifestyle Tours, added value to the team with her service and organisational skills assisting with the development of the strong social, family and community culture that the Village still enjoys today.
Today, Retirement Living Services is run by Kristen Edmonds, daughter of Janet and Philip. A lawyer by profession, Kristen adds value to the team with new generation ideas and a legal knowledge that is useful in dealing with the increased compliance and legislative regimes expected of Retirement Villages management today. Kristen currently sits on the Retirement Committee for the Property Council of Australia.
As a family, we strive to ensure that our Residents live in secure and comfortable environment; that each of our Residents enjoy their independent lifestyles for as long as possible and that the Village remains an affordable haven for retirees, our extended family.
Retirement Living Services are the Strata Managers and Operators of Windsor Country Village. We are a team of 10 people who work together to ensure that Windsor Country Village is safe, secure, comfortable and that all our residents enjoy an affordable retirement with activities and support to enjoy independent living at its best. Meet some of our team here so if you come and visit us, our faces are familiar to you.
Retirement Living Services
Meet Kristen and Philip Edmonds. We are the Strata Managers and Operators of Windsor Country Village. We work with a great team to ensure that Windsor Country Village is a comfortable, secure and affordable home for our residents. Unlike many strata managers and operators, we are hands-on and can be frequently seen at Windsor Country Village: talking with residents, attending social functions and maintaining and improving the common property.
Our Village Manager
Meet Paddy Maher. Paddy is a passionate people person with an eye for detail. For 25 years he has delivered exceptional customer experiences in the Hospitality, Leisure & Tourism sectors. Now he brings the same sense of purpose to the Village, where he takes pride in working closely with the community and our team to ensure residents have a safe and beautiful place to live.
Meet Craig and Jake. We have two capable and trusted in house grounds and maintenance employees. Craig and Jake are employed to ensure the common property remains safe and amenable. They are also available to undertake some handymen jobs for individual residents, ensuring that you are looked after by people we trust and keeping maintenance costs to a minimum.
Our Sales Manager
Meet Brian Crawford our friendly Sales Manager. Brian is on-site weekdays to show you around and answer any questions that you might have about living at Windsor Country Village, the sales process or downsizing generally. Just drop in and see him, or call ahead if you would like to make an appointment after hours or on weekends.
Our Numbers Guru
Meet Nicole Adamson. Nicole is a qualified accountant and valuer by profession. She has over 30 years accounting experience and has been working for the Edmonds Group since 2006 both as a valuer specialising in retirement villages and now as the group accountant. Nicole is a member of the Australian Property institute and the Property Council of Australia.
Our Office Administrator
Meet Lorna Clark. Lorna is our goto person for all office needs. She is the friendly Scottish accent on the end of the phone for any accounts or contracts inquiries and keeps us all organised and the office running smoothly. Feel free to contact Lorna with any queries as she is sure to find the answer in record time.
About the Area
Windsor Country Village is situated on the western side of Bandon Road at Vineyard a north western suburb of Sydney. The location of the Village is 220 metres south of Windsor Road, which is the main traffic route from Sydney to the northwest and via Bells Line of Road to western NSW.
Vineyard Railway Station is 450 metres to the south of the Village with a footpath connecting the Village to the station. A private bus service operates along Bandon Road and other services operate along Windsor Road.
Vineyard is on the Eastern edge of the Hawkesbury Local Government area with the Blacktown Local Government on the opposite side of Bandon Road. Vineyard is in the North Western Growth Area of Sydney. Vineyard Stage 1 to the north east has been released and is forecast to support a population of 7,400 people in 2400 new homes. Development is well advanced with many new homes finished or under construction. Vineyard Stage 2 including the surrounds of the Village is anticipated for release before 2026. However, the release has been delayed due to planning delays of the Outer Sydney Orbital Road that is anticipated to bisect the Vineyard Stage 2 area about 1 kilometre to the north west of the Village.
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Get In Touch
We welcome you to drop in and see us during business hours or call us anytime on 0448 400 920 and we can answer any questions you have. It’s time to make life easier for yourself.