Due to strong purchaser demand Seachange Village Arundel is launching the next stage of its award winning development as the benchmark in five star living for over 50’s.
Built around the fundamental believe that there must be a better way, the developer has continued to consult with the existing residents to ensure the Community has a continued say in the evolution of the facilities to meet the vision to create the open space and facilities to enable a community to lead happy, healthy and active lifestyles.
The project backs onto the 78ha site recently purchased by the GCCC for the development of an extensive natural parklands precinct to be known as the Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area. This area is currently within its final planning phase by the GCCC and once complete residents at Seachange will have direct access to this area providing many kilometres of walking trails with access to the many and varied wildlife and birdlife in the Coombabah Wetlands Area.
In keeping with this green theme the next stage of Seachange Village Arundel will include the Village Green, offering residents the opportunity of utilising one of the many BBQ’s the pavilion style community centre for social gatherings outside the existing 5 star country club and green open space for the playing of cricket when the grandkids visit.
Phil Goodman, Project Director at Seachange said “ the most exciting component of the Village Green for me is to be able to support our Anzac Day committee by providing the residents with a dedicated Anzac Community Garden, Memorial Space and Flagpole to give them a larger area to celebrate given the success of the event this year. It is important that a Community meets to celebrate its history and it gives me great pleasure to be able to provide a facility of this nature.
The developer is also in negotiations with the GCCC to add a further 1.7 hectares of green open space o be known as West Park to the western boundary of the development providing a range of bike and walking trails plus other fitness activities and community gardens for residents use.
“At Seachange we are committed to evolving the community to ensure Seachange maintains its reputation as a Australia’s best active adult community for Over 50’s living. To allow prospective purchasers the opportunity to see this for themselves the first person you meet in our Welcome Centre will be a current resident of Seachange who will show you the current country club and give you an insight into the many activities our residents enjoy. No pushy sales people just a belief that if you do your job well the best people to tell you what you should know about living at Seachange are the people who live there.” Philip Goodman said.
With 47 homes sold in the last 6 months now is the time to register for the new stage release to be officially opened by Rob Molhoek MP on the 13th September.