Aveo Cleveland Gardens
Aveo Cleveland Gardens Retirement Village
83 Freeth Street West, Ormiston QLD 4160
Close to the sparkling waters of Moreton Bay is Aveo Cleveland Gardens. Upon entering this charming village, you are greeted by a stunning Queenslander-style building, which now serves as the village Community Centre. It is here that residents gather to enjoy a range of social activities and events including regular happy hour drinks, barbeques, special occasion lunches, craft and bowls groups and more. Aveo Cleveland Gardens also boats a range of sought-after amenities including a bowling green, swimming pool, croquet lawn, and a resident workshop, to name but a few. The village also offers tranquil grounds and manicured gardens which create a sense of serenity and calm.
With plenty of prime spots for fishing and boating, the outdoor life is yours to revel in. Take pleasure in invigorating sea breezes and afternoons in the sun with trips to North Stradbroke Island or take a stroll through the parklands. Raby Bay Harbour shopping centre is just minutes by bus, while the local supermarket and shops are within easy walking distance. Transport is easily accessible with trains direct to Brisbane and beyond.
Features and Amenities
- Bowling Green
- Community Centre
- Croquet Lawn
- Exercise / Fitness
- Hair & Beauty Salon
- Pet Friendly (subject to approval)
- Swimming Pool
- Visiting Health Professional (fee for service)
Buy back guarantee*
For added peace of mind about your move to Aveo Cleveland Gardens, we are offering all new residents a guaranteed buy back offer. Enquire today on 1300 653 331 or fill in the booking form to find out more about this offer.
*The guaranteed buy back is subject to particular timeframes regarding sale and repayment, as well as other terms and conditions. These terms and conditions are outlined in full in our retirement village contracts, which are available upon request.
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