A slice of residential paradise06 December 2016
Finding the right village for retirement where the environment can not only meet your various needs, but equally provides an inspiring and enriching lifestyle, can be easier said than done.
The Russley Village has compellingly risen to this challenge, creating a ‘no thinking’ required opportunity with residential accommodation characterised by innovation, and unparalleled comfort.
When you enter the expansive yet intimate setting, a sense of a grand English estate is impressed upon you. A combination of lush green lawn populated with 800 white roses and quaint picket fences combined with a very unique architectural signature carried throughout creates the sophisticated vibe.
The village is entering an exciting time in its development. With the rapidly progressing ‘Sefton’ site due for completion in September 2017, 16 new apartments will be added to the village, which already hosts 47 villas and 47 apartments. Demand for this latest stage of apartments has already exceeded expectations with a limited number of apartments still available. In addition to the apartments, a pool and spa complex is being built and this will further complement the range of facilities at the village.
By December 2016, the impressive new Homestead will also add to the village’s stunning offering. This purpose built resident community facility boasts recreational innovation that is entertaining and engaging. A boutique cinema experience awaits with tiered seating, along with a café and dining area, library, study and computer area and an arts and crafts space. The brand new Homestead will include a billiard and pool table room with a gas fire and bar facilities, a residential hair salon, and two wellness rooms.
The stunning facilities are complemented by elegant architecture, a seamless continuation of the wider village setting which is fully interconnected with spacious corridors, high ceilings and sparkling chandelier features.
Contact Nola Lamb to arrange your own visit to The Russley today, phone 03 982 8280