Aveo Hunters Green is a social and vibrant community located within easy reach of some of Victoria’s most picturesque locations.
Aveo Hunters Green retirement village is the very epitome of having your cake and eating it too.
Situated in Victoria’s Cranbourne East, it is a community that quite literally boasts the perfect ingredients to make retirement living easy.
Community Manager Zelda Horner says the community’s biggest drawcard is that the assortment of activities available both within and nearby to Aveo Hunters Green means residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to how they spend their leisure time.
“You can make the community your home and have everything at your fingertips… or you can use the community as a home base and travel until you are ready to come home,” Zelda says.
Located just 30 minutes from the Mornington Peninsula and less than an hour from downtown Melbourne, the community lies opposite a boutique shopping centre that contains a selection of supermarkets, chemists and other conveniences.
Aveo Hunters Green is an independent living community that was brought to life in 2006. It welcomed its first resident in January 2007.
Since that date, the community has grown exponentially to the point where it can now accommodate 210 two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus study and three-bedroom units and villas. Each includes a modern kitchen with plentiful storage, a large open courtyard and internal access garaging.
Drawn by the community’s proximity to the city and relaxed country charm, one of the reasons many residents claim it is one of the best offerings in the region is due to the fact it contains a number of unique amenities, Zelda says.
One of only three community in Aveo’s Victorian portfolio to contain an indoor heated swimming pool. Other onsite facilities include a resident-run bar, a library and computer room, a resident workshop and hair salon.
Determined to ensure the health and wellness of residents remains a top priority, there is also a fully equipped gymnasium, community vegetable garden and arts and crafts room.
Zelda says there are also a number of extra-curricular activities on offer to assist residents in their attempts to be more physically, psychologically and socially active.
These include Tai Chi, indoor and outdoor bowls, billiards, relaxation classes, social water exercise classes, line dancing, movie night, bingo and craft sessions as well as personal training and arthritis exercise classes.
Offsite options include bus trips to the movies or theatre and pop-up fashion parades.
For those who prefer to stay closer to home, Zelda says the community also has an active social calendar in terms of third party guests and onsite performances.
To this end, it has developed close relationships with many schools and volunteer groups in the area and regularly plays host to students from the Cranbourne East Secondary College, Cranbourne East Primary School Choir, Milestones Early Learning Kinder and charity organisation Back Pack 4 Vic Kids.
Prices at Aveo Hunters Green start from $389,000 to $425,000 for a two-bedroom villa depending on size and location.
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