PRADELLA Property Ventures has unveiled a new on-site sales centre at its $75 million over 50s gated country club estate, Seachange Emerald Lakes, as it prepares to release new homes to cope with demand.
The Inlet Drive display follows this month’s fast-track release of additional stage two homes. Construction is also progressing, with work well under way on the first new homes, and Gold Coast company Alder Constructions poised to start on the estate’s five-star country club.
Seachange Emerald Lakes project director Phil Goodman said the construction was helping to drive interest in the community.
“We expect inquiries will only increase with the opening of the new on-site sales centre,” he said.
“Buyers can start to get a sense of what it is like to live in the Seachange Emerald Lakes community.
“They can view first-hand the spectacular location and the superb quality of the fixtures and fittings.”
Gold Coast City Councillor Bob La Castra (Division 8) said residents over 50 had embraced the community. “Times change, people change and their needs and requirements change,” Cr La Castra said.
“Over 50s are more active and healthier than they have been in previous generations.
“They’re not ready to put on their slippers and just sit in front of the fire.”
The project includes 126 architecturally designed, threebedroom freestanding homes.
The country club will have an indoor heated pool, tennis court, private cinema, gym, wellness centre and access to the Emerald Lakes championship golf course.
Nearby are 13km of walking and bike tracks, a retail and commercial precinct, restaurants and cafes.
The community has direct access to the M1 motorway to Brisbane, it is a five-minute drive to the Nerang Rail link and a 10-minute drive to Broadbeach.