Retirement lifestyle development pays tribute to rich cultural history

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Retirement lifestyle development pays tribute to rich cultural history

Taking retirement to a new level, The Clayfield is one of Brisbane’s most desirable addresses, according to Aveo national development sales manager Sandy Spencer.

“The flagship community provides a rare opportunity for retirees to enjoy the best of life in a prestigious inner-city locale,” Mr Spencer said.

“The Clayfield exemplifies Aveo’s modern approach to retirement living while also paying tribute to the area’s rich cultural heritage.”

Mr Spencer said residents enjoyed every aspect of living within the established community, with a full range of support services provided as, and when, they were needed.

“Such services include cleaning, laundry, pharmacy delivery, physiotherapist and nursing care. Amenities include an indoor pool, fully equipped gym, hair salon, grand auditorium, library, cafe and a personal concierge service,” he said.

“Respecting the past, the immaculately restored historic buildings form the heart of the community and play host to many leisure activities including tai chi, aqua fit, billiards and bridge and, of course, morning tea.

“It’s where the past meets the future.”

In June 2016, The Clayfield unveiled a new five-storey residential property named The Molloy, set against the backdrop of the spectacular city skyline.

The Molloy building offers 66 premium, spacious and contemporary one, two and three bedroom apartments, many boasting unparalleled city views.

“These apartments feature well designed kitchens, and open-plan living and dining areas which extend to a private outdoor entertaining area,” Mr Spencer said.

“Personal access to internal lifts from both the ground floor and basement parking level ensures ease of access and security.”

“Come to view retirement differently, book your private inspection of the new furnished display apartments.”

This article appeared in City North News on 11 August 2016. 


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