Opportunity is Knocking05 October 2015
Story by Rachel Smith, Metropol magazine.
A light filled atrium forms the linkway between the newly constructed apartment blocks at The Russley Village. The linkway, complete with wooden shingles, copper spouting and a chandelier, is just one of the many features which bring a special tough to the village.
“We recommend coming in to look around the village to get a real feel for what we offer,” says Nola Lamb. “Our residents often comment that living here is the best move they’ve ever made.”
There are only a few apartments that remain available in the Rolleston Apartments, with a limited number of spaces in newly completed Bealey Apartments, open for viewing shortly.
The two brand new apartment blocks are filled with generously sized, warm and light spaces, complete with balcony or garden outdoor space, and underground parking and storage facilities. Careful thought has been put into the selection of designs to allow each home to suit individual needs, with the second bedroom space easily used as either an office or an additional living area.
“No matter where you are, you can look out over gardens,” says Nola, with each apartment block joined by the linkway, which will also connect them to the planned Russley Homestead.
With construction now underway, the Homestead will have the feel of a Country Club, providing the ideal space for social gatherings, including a dining area, bar, library, spacious lounge, hair salon and a wellness centre.
“Everyone here is very welcoming,” says Nola. “We have a great group of social people, and you can be as social or independent as you like.”
For some this may be time spent in the community garden, an afternoon on the bowling green, or watching a movie in their purpose built movie theatre in the Bealey Apartment complex.