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Living the dream at Living Gems

Posted: 2pm 07 Feb 2021

Seniors are waving away their onerous work and chores and filling their time with travel and hobbies, Living Gems Caboolture Riverfront sales manager Michelle Perry says.

Ms Perry says many Living Gems Caboolture residents, unshackled from repairs and maintenance associated with traditional suburban living, were finding new ways to spend their time.

But she says transforming dreams of a relaxed lifestyle into reality can be difficult for some people and Living Gems can help them reach their goals.

“Many buyers visit our resorts seeking to simplify their lives,” she says.

“It’s amazing to see how much more relaxed they are when they settle into their new home – they are just bursting with happiness”.

She says some residents, without the demands of a suburban property, are enjoying long road trips, trying new sports or even turning to textbooks to learn something new.

“Designed with over 50s in mind, Living Gems provides a resort lifestyle you simply won’t find anywhere else,” Mrs Perry says.

“Purchasing a brand-new home will take away the burdens of repairs and maintenance that you would otherwise have in a home in traditional suburbia.

“What’s more is that homeowners enjoy having beautifully landscaped front lawns that are manicured all-year round by live-in resort managers.”

Mrs Perry says with all the stress of house upkeep lifted from their shoulders Living Gems residents have more time to spend doing the things they love.

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