A 4 bedroom house in Brisbane, Australia

View from front
View from front
Flat living area
Flat bathroom

Sleeps 6 people

Wheelchair-friendly

Brisbane is a warm, sub-tropical city of 1.2M in Australia and my house adjoins the river approximately 12km from the city center. I live with C5 quadriplegia and designed and built my house to accommodate my disability. There are two self-contained living areas both fully accessible.

Rooms

2 living rooms
2 dining rooms
2 kitchens
2 single bedrooms
2 double bedrooms
3 bathrooms
3 toilets

Suitability

suitable for a wheelchair user
The home is suitable for people with
autism, Asperger’s syndrome, a learning difficulty/disability
a family with a disabled child
a mobility impairment
a visual impairment
restricted growth

Accessibility adaptations

Bedroom

1 accessible single bedroom
2 accessible double bedrooms

Bathroom/shower

I have a wet room/roll in shower

Mobility

Wheelchair access

Bathroom
Bedroom
Kitchen
Living Room
Dining room
Inner door width
At least 850mm (Australia standard)

Inside

There are no steps inside my house
Inside my home I use
an electric wheelchair

Entrance

There are no steps into the house
There is a ramp into the house
Front door width
at least 850mm (Australia standard)

Additionally...

A car swap is available
The car has an electric lift/ramp to enable a wheelchair to get in
The car has fixings to immobilise a wheelchair while in transit

Outside

There is a garden which is fenced the garden is accessible which is adapted for disabled people There's a patio There's a balcony There's a great view

Pictures