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Posted: 8am 03 Feb 2021

Freshwater Estate at Burpengary East is giving over-50s a new lease on life.

Project sales manager for Fresh Water by Ingenia Lifestyle Rebecca Carlow says with life beginning to return to normal after the outbreak of COVID-19, more people are planning to make a positive change to their lifestyle by enhancing their wellbeing and connection to the community.

“For the over 50s, a major contributor to an improvement in lifestyle is the opportunity to downsize under the land lease ownership model, which frees up hundreds and thousands of dollars in equity trapped in the family home,” Ms Carlow says.

She says many people spend a lifetime working hard, raising a family and paying off a mortgage and are now putting wellbeing first, with plans to move to a lifestyle community that will allow them to do more of what they love.

“Ingenia Lifestyle’s unique land lease ownership model allows residents to experience lifestyle living with a difference,” she says.

“Many of our clients love that they will have access to resort-style facilities, including a swimming pool with spa, bowls green, boutique cinema room, alfresco BBQ area, BYO bar and pool tables.

“With construction of the clubhouse wrapping up, there has never been a better time to move into the Freshwater community at Burpengary East”.

Ms Carlow says residents enjoy a dynamic and independent lifestyle and many plan to buy a caravan to explore the great open road or head away for long weekends.

“It’s so exciting to see them open their lives to new possibilities, planning to live life like they’ve always dreamed with more freedom, health and wellbeing, and a home of their own within a safe and secure community,” Ms Carlow says.

If you’re looking for more freedom and choice to live life the way you want in a vibrant new environment phone Ms Carlow on 0436 945 240 or visit liveinfreshwater.com.au.

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