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Lux coastal lifestyle with a difference

Posted: 8am 06 Feb 2021

With resort-style amenities and convenient attractions only steps from the front door, Newport Retirement Living is an Eden for those looking to embark on a new adventure.

Overlooking the water on the beautiful Redcliffe peninsula, this community welcomes those pining for a chic and luxe coastal lifestyle.

Newport Retirement Living offers the chance to explore and enjoy without limits. Canals, one huge nontidal lake, a proposed Town Centre and proximity to the peninsula’s beaches, golf club, restaurants and retail offerings result in an endless supply of things to do.

Newport’s biggest park is just a short walk away, allowing residents to experience authentic playtime with the grandkids or a walk with their pet.

Living in a retirement village, as part of a community of likeminded people, gives residents the chance to share and expand their interests.

The clubhouse and village facilities at Newport Retirement Living soon become an extension of their living areas, which they, their family and friends can enjoy every day.

The village social calendar is designed to help residents stay fit, healthy and active. They can be as social and active as they choose, learning new skills and enjoying a lifestyle centred on holistic wellbeing.

Community is a pivotal feature of the Newport Retirement Living philosophy. That is why The Clubhouse – a place of congregation – is armed with a well-appointed resident kitchen, coffee lounge and billiards room, as well as plenty of comfy seats to just kick back and relax.

Those needing some ‘me time’, can access an innovative library design means books are cohesively ‘floating’ throughout the buildings.

At other times, when mingling is the flavour of the day (or night), residents can head upstairs to the bar and alfresco deck, where they can enjoy a cooling breeze and expansive lake view.

Moving into a retirement village is an important decision, so those choosing Newport Retirement Living can take comfort in its Change of Mind Money Back Guarantee.

If a resident changes their mind within six months of moving into their home, Stockland will refund all payments they have made to Stockland for their home. The resident will, however, be responsible for costs payable to third parties (if applicable), such as stamp duty, removalist fees, solicitor fees and utilities such as electricity and gas.

The Clubhouse features:

  • Resident and guest reception
  • Well-appointed resident kitchen and coffee lounge
  • Billiards room
  • Meeting room
  • Function room for activities and events
  • Library
  • Bar and alfresco deck

A day in the life

7am: Breathe in the fresh air and take a morning walk around the lake

8am: Grab a freshly-ground coffee from the clubhouse lounge

9am: Take up a fitness class offered at the modern onsite gym

11am: Enjoy a craft class with friendly neighbours at The Clubhouse

1pm: Stretch your limbs and take an afternoon walk to the café

2pm: Soak up some sun rays at The Clubhouse outdoor pool

3pm: Head to The Clubhouse and meet up with like-minded people over a game of billiards

4pm: Relax and take time with friends while enjoying happy hour at The Clubhouse

7pm: Enjoy entertaining friends in your new home

For more information, visit https://www.stockland.com.au/retirement-living/qld/newport-retirement-living

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