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Freshwater creates ideal lifestyle

Posted: 11am 10 Mar 2021

One of the key motivators for active and independent retirees is creating a relaxing and social lifestyle, and the new resort-style clubhouse at Freshwater by Ingenia Lifestyle is helping residents achieve just that. 

Freshwater residents Diane and Tom Traill said having a quiet, convenient and social retirement with community amenities is the key to enjoying retirement. 

“We’ve lived in this region for at least 40 years and decided it’s where we wanted to retire – we’ve been at the Freshwater community since the latter half of 2020,” Mrs Traill said. 

“We wanted somewhere that was close to everything and although we’re not always the biggest social butterflies, it’s great to know that there’s always people around at the clubhouse to talk to.

“Tom loves the pool tables up at the clubhouse and has made some great friends, but what’s nice is that it’s up to you how often you make use of the clubhouse,” she said. 

Ingenia Communities Regional Development Manager Matt Fedrick said it was important to prioritise the needs and aspirations of our senior community members. 

“We want to ensure that there are social spaces and recreational facilities available on residents’ doorsteps to make life as easy and enjoyable as possible,” Mr Fedrick said. 

“Australians are living longer and just want to enjoy their life after years of hard work, so this is the perfect chance to transition smoothly into the retirement years with access to a range of luxury amenities.”

You're invited to view 'The Wattle' clubhouse and community display village on Saturday 20th March from 10am. To RSVP, please call 3495 0192. 


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