Seachange Arundel continues to strengthen it’s position as Queensland’s most successful integrated communities for the active over 50s after winning at the prestigious 2015 UDIA Queensland Awards for Excellence.
The Pradella Property Ventures’ community was awarded the Seniors’ Living category of the prestigious awards, which recognise excellence in property development.
It caps off a successful year for Seachange Arundel, which also won the best Lifestyle Accommodation for Seniors category at the 2015 Master Builders Housing and Construction Awards announced earlier this year.
Seachange Arundel Project Director Phil Goodman said winning the UDIA award was a great honour for Seachange Arundel, which remained the most awarded over 50s lifestyle resort in Queensland.
He said it topped off an outstanding growth phase for the resort, which is expected to be sold by early April 2016.
“We are catering for the fastest growing segment of the Australian population who are demanding specific housing and facilities that give them lifestyle; buyers should act quickly to secure the best remaining homes”, he said.
“While many of our residents and prospective residents remain in the workplace – we estimate about a third – they no longer want or need the burden of a large home and backyards that require high maintenance.
“Seachange Arundel offers them the ultimate alternative – spacious homes, luxury fittings and gardens that are fully maintained”.
Integral to the Seachange Arundel lifestyle is the five-star Country Club, just a short walk from any home. Luxury facilities include dining areas, club lounges, games rooms, a library, bowls club, seven championship bowling rinks, 32-seat cinema with tiered seating, craft room, workshop, two floodlit tennis courts, indoor heated pool and outdoor lagoon pool, spa and gym, sauna, steam room, wine room and dance floor.
Seachange Arundel homes range from two bedroom terrace homes to three bedroom, free-standing designs, all of the traditional homes feature 2.7m ceilings, oversize double lock up garages and two bathrooms. They incorporate upmarket finishes including stone benches, ceiling fans, ducted air-conditioning and fully tiled floors.
The development is conveniently located across the road from a Coles-anchored shopping centre with retail, health care and commercial services. Seachange Arundel is also adjacent to the Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area and within a five-kilometre drive of the Gold Coast University Hospital.