New luxury retirement homes have been released at lifestyle living village Fairway Gardens in Macksville.
Homes in the Stage 2 new release are ideally situated, being close to the million-dollar Wellness Centre and alfresco cafe.
Lifestyle Living Village Coordinator Helen Funnell said homes 61-69 provide an ideal opportunity for retirees wanting to move somewhere to gain more time for themselves.
“If retirement for you is all about having more time for self care and wellness activities, than look no further for a new home than Fairway Gardens,” she said.
“The fortunate buyers of these nine new homes will live adjacent to a world-class indoor Wellness Centre that offers all the great relaxation activities like a heated pool, gym, tennis court, hair and beauty salon and café.
“I encourage anyone thinking of moving into a retirement village to give me a call and have a tour of beautiful Fairway Gardens in Macksville today.”
Fairway Gardens lifestyle village is operated by not-for-profit organisation NVC Group and was architecturally-designed by Hill Lockart Architects. It has been built and project managed by Paul Newton, who is on-site at 14 Upper Warrell Creek Road most days.
Paul Newton Constructions has been creating luxurious custom homes since 1992.
Homes in the Stage 2 new release have two-bedrooms, two-bathrooms, and a study, and are available to purchase for $650,000 plus monthly levy.
There is space in the Stage 2 new release for one three-bedroom, plus study home, if desired by a buyer.
If you drive into the luxury retirement precinct in Macksville, there is one home, number 27, from the Stage 2 first release, half-constructed. This home is north-facing and boasts wonderful views from its rear courtyard of the Macksville golf course grounds. It is available to purchase for $750,000 plus monthly levy.