Dubbed Hamp­tons in Har­ris­town, Pradella’s newest over 50s re­sort will wel­come vis­i­tors on Novem­ber 10 for a first look at its dis­play home and Sum­mer House recre­ational fa­cil­ity.

Pradella CEO War­ren Har­ris said they had ac­com­plished what they set out to achieve, repli­cat­ing all the best fea­tures of the Hamp­tons in coun­try Toowoomba.

“We’ve worked very hard on be­ing true to our orig­i­nal vi­sion. We wanted to build some­thing that was quintessen­tially Toowoomba and would stand the test of time with qual­ity ar­chi­tec­ture,” Mr Har­ris said.

“We wanted to show­case a real sense of de­fin­i­tive style as well as of­fer­ing a set­ting that would fos­ter a com­mu­nity spirit that was strong, vi­brant and in­volved from day one.”

With an ob­vi­ous nod to the Hamp­tons, Sum­mer House will have exposed white beams, tim­ber floors, wide open ve­ran­dahs and am­ple glass, look­ing over the heated pool, as well as the cov­ered out­door area with a bar­be­cue, firepit and full-size ten­nis court.

In­side, there will be a kitch­enette, bar, li­brary zone and res­i­dent lounge to pro­mote re­laxed in­ter­ac­tion among res­i­dents.

Sum­mer House was con­structed by Hutchin­son Builders, while all homes in stage one of the devel­op­ment were con­structed by Nick Ruhle Homes – a lo­cal build­ing com­pany that has worked along­side Hutchin­son Builders.

The Novem­ber 10 open day will in­clude a se­ries of events based around ‘well­ness’.

Mr Har­ris said the events were de­signed so po­ten­tial new res­i­dents could ex­pe­ri­ence the kind of life­style op­por­tu­ni­ties avail­able within a Seachange by Pradella devel­op­ment.

There will be live en­ter­tain­ment, guest speak­ers and light re­fresh­ments, as well as a va­ri­ety of ex­pe­ri­ence-based work­shops.

Those in­ter­ested in at­tend­ing can phone 1800 046 500 to reg­is­ter.

Toowoomba’s newest over 50s re­sort will of­fi­cially open to the pub­lic on Novem­ber 10. Look­ing for­ward to the event are Hutchin­son fore­man Damien Mills, War­ren Har­ris (Seachange CEO), Nick Ruhle and Matt Nielsen (project man­ager).

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