SLICE OF THE HAMPTONS
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).