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Amana Living Peter Arney Home
1 Gentilli Way, Salter Point WA
(08) 9450 7055
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About Amana Living Peter Arney Home

Amana Living stands for truth integrity nurturing and living lifeThis is the very essence of our organisation which has been providing for older people in Western Australia for nearly 45 years The core of our business is to deliver comprehensive care and services to more than 2100 people As well as operating 18 Retirement Villages 11 Hostels and 5 Nursing Homes Amana Living offers 92 Community Services Packages (77 in the metropolitan area and 15 in the Goldfields) Quality care is provided for residents with moderate to severe dementia in dementia-specific hostels as well as day and respite centres Over 96000 hours of day care services are provided by Amana Living With a multi disciplinary staff complement of nearly 1200 and with more than 600 volunteers the diverse range of services and facilities offered by Amana Living support opportunities for older people to live as independently as possible

Available Rooms Updated as of March 2022

Room Name
Single Room
Type
Single room + ensuite
Occupancy
1
No of rooms
0
Room Size (sqm)
15
Room Description
Peter Arney Home is located in picturesque Salter Point, on a raised block that overlooks the Canning river between the Canning and Mt Henry bridges. Large comfortable rooms are filled with natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows. All rooms have built-in robes, private ensuite, overhead fans and reverse cycle, split system air conditioning.
Common Areas Description
The bright, wide corridors overlook lush gardens, with shady outdoor sitting areas, winding pathways and an al fresco entertaining area. Residents can view a chook pen full of plump hens and colourful roosters through the windows along the corridor or from an exterior courtyard. Wide airy corridors lead to cosy light-filled sitting areas with bookshelves looking out over the gardens (eight sitting rooms in total of 16m2 each). Displays of art and crafts add to the charm and feeling of home throughout the centre. Residents also have access to four lounge rooms of 36m2 each, a multi-media and resource room and a chapel of 94m2 for quiet contemplation. Meals are served in one of four dining rooms of 40m2 each.
Room Name
Armstrong Grd Floor West, 1st Floor North facing
Type
Single room + ensuite
Occupancy
1
No of rooms
10
Room Size (sqm)
15
Room Description
The north facing rooms on the first floor and the west facing rooms on the ground floor of Armstrong House at Peter Arney Home offer views of the Canning and Swan Rivers. Peter Arney Home is in the exclusive riverside suburb of Salter Point. All rooms in Armstrong House are spacious, hotel-style, single suite accommodation with flat screen TVs and ensuite bathrooms. The ensuite walls are clad in white marble, and the other rooms are painted white with a light grey feature wall. Beds with leather-look vinyl headers and footers. Wood-look cushion-back vinyl flooring. Large window to enjoy the river view. Designer-selected, superior decor and fittings. Heating and cooling systems that are individually controllable by the resident or staff. The Armstrong House wing of Peter Arney Home was constructed in 2008 to make the best use of the excellent river views afforded on the property and give our customers the option of luxury quality residential care. The median house price in Salter Point is currently $1,070,000.
Common Areas Description
The large living/dining area (87m2) has floor-to-ceiling windows and a sliding glass door overlooking over a wide balcony (24m2) with glass balustrading, which affords an attractive view of the Canning and Swan Rivers from any location in the living/dining rooms. A second, smaller lounge (23m2) is available with a kitchenette to entertain visitors and enjoy the river views. All common areas exhibit original artwork. There is wood paneling and grey marble wall cladding to the entry to Armstrong House, and the manicured gardens have wide paved paths for the residents' enjoyment.
Room Name
Armstrong House without river views
Type
Single room + ensuite
Occupancy
1
No of rooms
10
Room Size (sqm)
15
Room Description
Peter Arney Home is in the exclusive riverside suburb of Salter Point. The Armstrong House wing of Peter Arney Home was constructed in 2008 to make the best use of the excellent river views afforded on the property and give our customers the option of luxury quality residential care. All rooms in Armstrong House are spacious, hotel-style, single suite accommodation with flat screen TVs and ensuite bathrooms. The ensuite walls are clad in white marble, and the other rooms are painted white with a light grey feature wall. Beds with leather-look vinyl headers and footers. Wood-look cushion-back vinyl flooring. Large window to enjoy the river view. Designer-selected, superior d'cor and fittings. Heating and cooling systems that are individually controllable by the resident or staff. The median house price in Salter Point is currently $1,070,000.
Common Areas Description
The large living/dining area (87m2) has floor-to-ceiling windows and a sliding glass door overlooking over a wide balcony (24m2) with glass balustrading, which affords an attractive view of the Canning and Swan Rivers from any location in the living/dining rooms. A second, smaller lounge (23m2) is available with a kitchenette to entertain visitors and enjoy the river views. All common areas exhibit original artwork. There is wood paneling and grey marble wall cladding to the entry to Armstrong House, and the manicured gardens have wide paved paths for the residents' enjoyment.
Room Name
Armstrong First Floor West Facing River Views
Type
Single room + ensuite
Occupancy
1
No of rooms
10
Room Size (sqm)
15
Room Description
The west facing rooms on the first floor of Armstrong House at Peter Arney Home offer views of the Canning and Swan Rivers. Peter Arney Home is in the exclusive riverside suburb of Salter Point. All rooms in Armstrong House are spacious, hotel-style, single suite accommodation with flat screen TVs and ensuite bathrooms. The ensuite walls are clad in white marble, and the other rooms are painted white with a light grey feature wall. Beds with leather-look vinyl headers and footers. Wood-look cushion-back vinyl flooring. Large window to enjoy the river view. Designer-selected, superior decor and fittings. Heating and cooling systems that are individually controllable by the resident or staff. The Armstrong House wing of Peter Arney Home was constructed in 2008 to make the best use of the excellent river views afforded on the property and give our customers the option of luxury quality residential care. The median house price in Salter Point is currently $1,070,000.
Common Areas Description
The large living/dining area (87m2) has floor-to-ceiling windows and a sliding glass door overlooking over a wide balcony (24m2) with glass balustrading, which affords an attractive view of the Canning and Swan Rivers from any location in the living/dining rooms. A second, smaller lounge (23m2) is available with a kitchenette to entertain visitors and enjoy the river views. All common areas exhibit original artwork. There is wood paneling and grey marble wall cladding to the entry to Armstrong House, and the manicured gardens have wide paved paths for the residents' enjoyment.
Room Name
Shared Room
Type
Shared room + shared bathroom
Occupancy
2
No of rooms
0
Room Size (sqm)
18
Room Description
Peter Arney Home is located in picturesque Salter Point, on a raised block that overlooks the Canning river between the Canning and Mt Henry bridges. Large comfortable rooms are filled with natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows. All rooms have built-in robes, overhead fans and reverse cycle, split system air conditioning.
Common Areas Description
The bright, wide corridors overlook lush gardens, with shady outdoor sitting areas, winding pathways and an al fresco entertaining area. Residents can view a chook pen full of plump hens and colourful roosters through the windows along the corridor or from an exterior courtyard. Wide airy corridors lead to cosy light-filled sitting areas with bookshelves looking out over the gardens (eight sitting rooms in total of 16m2 each). Displays of art and crafts add to the charm and feeling of home throughout the centre. Residents also have access to four lounge rooms of 36m2 each, a multi-media and resource room and a chapel of 94m2 for quiet contemplation. Meals are served in one of four dining rooms of 40m2 each.