Latest project by developer sets benchmark in over 50s living
Residents at Seachange Riverside Coomera can enjoy a low-maintenance place to call home that offers a chance to focus on life’s joys.
The resort’s residents enjoy their own amenities with the communal River House facility now complete and surrounded by a pool, bocce lawn and established gardens. New house designs will soon be released, with the boutique development gaining a continued high level of interest from over 50s.
The development is positioned on a quiet and secluded bend on the river with a range of amenities and services only minutes away.
Seachange Coomera residents Max and Pam Riley moved from NSW to reduce their garden and lawn maintenance, and enjoy the Queensland climate.
“We also have children and grandchildren living on the northern Gold Coast and wanted to be close to them,” Mrs Riley said.
“As with most pet owners, whilst we were open to downsize, we wouldn’t have looked at any alternatives that wouldn’t enable us to bring Hugo, our beloved family dog.”
Seachange director of sales Alex McMahon said: “Seachange is continuing to lead the way in developing resorts that enable people to enjoy their best years in premium locations with access to first-class recreational facilities.”
Seachange Toowoomba will today host an open day from 10am to 2pm.
Meanwhile Seachange Toowoomba is the latest project by Pradella, a master planned community that has set a new benchmark in over 50s living in the Toowoomba region.
The complex will feature two separate resort facilities; the Main Clubhouse and the Summer House.
It is located at 99 Hampton St, Harristown.