FESTIVAL TO KICK OFF NEXT STAGE
Celebrations are in full swing at Ingenia Lifestyle’s Chambers Pines project, with a street festival set for June 3 to celebrate a new stage and new home designs.
The celebration will run from 10am-2pm, complete with soulful live jazz, a selection of food trucks and expert advice on the downsizing process.
Downsizers are jumping at the chance to be part of the land lease home ownership model, with the Chambers Pines over 50s living community set to launch its new stage development as well as a range of innovative homes.
Project sales manager Lynda Ruddell said the land lease model offered by Ingenia Lifestyle was becoming a sought-after option for downsizers, with the final few modular homes in the current stage selling fast.
“The major difference with these new homes is the traditional construction method of homes being built on site and without stairs, offering over 50s an alternative housing solution with all the benefits of quality, speed and affordability,” Ms Ruddell said.
The minimal use of stairs helped the home owners with ageing stay in place, she said.
“The land lease ownership model is already answering the affordability demand and is now set to help ease the reported pain on the shortage of suitable homes for Logan’s senior population,” Ms Ruddell said.
She said the homes enabled residents to downsize but still retain their eligibility for government rental assistance on the weekly site fees.
“Due to the strategic placement of the homes on site, residents are able to downsize to a more manageable home while still being able to take full advantage of financial assistance from the government,” Ms Ruddell said.
Ingenia Lifestyle Chambers Pines offers buyers new modular homes from $239,000 and new traditional-built homes from $247,000.
The next stage of the community is set to include such amenities as a modern clubhouse, a resort-style swimming pool and a competition-standard bowling green for residents to enjoy.
Home designs at the Ingenia Lifestyle Chambers Pines development focus on ensuring residents can easily age in one place.