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A Bird's-Eye View of Retirement Living at Riverside Manor

Welcome to Riverside Manor, where retirement isn't just a stage of life, it's a lifestyle.


As you settle into your new abode amidst the tranquil backdrop of well-managed gardens and secure riverfront property in Sunninghill, Sandton, prepare to meet your feathered neighbours.


As you step out onto your patio or take a leisurely stroll along our winding paths, you'll quickly realise that you're not alone in this little slice of nature. Our feathered residents, from the European Bee-eater to the charming Rosy-faced Lovebird, are ready to put on a show. Whether you're a seasoned birdwatcher or simply appreciate the beauty of nature, you'll find joy in spotting these winged wonders as they flit and flutter about, adding their own special touch to life at Riverside Manor.


Let us take a closer look at some of the birdlife that call Riverside Estate their home:

Grey Heron

The Grey Heron, graceful and elegant, is a rare sight for fortunate observers.


Woodland Kingfisher

The Woodland Kingfisher dazzles with its vibrant colours and mesmerising aerial acrobatics.


Rosy-faced Lovebird

The Rosy-faced Lovebirds bring charm to our estate's landscapes with their affectionate nature and striking plumage.


African Hoopoe

The distinctive 'crown' of the African Hoopoe makes it easily recognisable as it forages for insects amidst the leaf litter, its melodious calls echoing through the trees.


European Bee-eater

A marvel of aerodynamic prowess, the European Bee-eater graces us with its presence during the warmer months, skilfully capturing bees and other airborne delicacies mid-flight.

 

Southern Grey-headed Sparrow

A familiar sight in our gardens and urban spaces, the Southern Grey-headed Sparrow is a testament to nature's adaptability and resilience.

 

Palm Swift

True masters of the skies, Palm Swifts navigate effortlessly through the air, their sleek forms slicing through the air as they search for insects on the wing.

 

Cape Robin

A symbol of hope and renewal, the Cape Robin's melodious song heralds the arrival of each new day, filling our hearts with joy and optimism.

 

Masked Weaver

The intricate woven nests of the Masked Weaver adorn the trees of Riverside Estate, serving as a testament to the avian architects' skill and ingenuity.

 

African Olive Pigeon

The African Olive Pigeon is a humble yet endearing presence, often overlooked but never forgotten.


Retirement Redefined: More Than Just a Lifestyle Estate

At Riverside Manor, retirement isn't about slowing down; it's about embracing every moment and making the most of your newfound freedom. From our bustling clubhouse and care centre to our quiet gardens and atriums, there's never a dull moment to be had. Whether you're enjoying a friendly game of bridge, watching a film in our theatre room, or simply lounging by the pool with a good book, you'll find that retirement living here is anything but ordinary.

 

Embrace the Moment: Making Your Retirement the Best Part of Your Life

So, as you settle into your new home at Riverside Manor, don't forget to take a moment to appreciate the little things—the sound of birdsong in the morning, the warmth of the sun on your face, the laughter of friends gathered around. Because here, in this beautiful corner of the world, every day is a gift waiting to be unwrapped.

 

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