LOVING LIFE AT ELYSIUM
THE $180 million Elysium Noosa project has sold out of its 189 homesites.
AVJennings acquired the site in late 2010, and Queensland general manager Rod Chadwick said the overall scarcity of land in Noosa drove buyer demand over the past 12 months.
“Noosa National Park spans 40km so the majority of the eastern corridor of Lake Weyba is now landlocked, meaning there is very limited opportunity for future development in the area, so it really was a case of buy now or miss out,” he said.
Geoff and Anne Brinkman have moved into Elysium, with Mr Brinkman taking up the role of secretary of the body corporate.
Mr Brinkman said with the community’s $3 million recreation centre, residents did not need to leave their neighbourhood for entertainment, with facilities such as pools, caterers’ kitchen and gym available.
He said there was a “strong sense of community developing” at Elysium with the recreation centre helping to make that happen.
“My family are regular users of the facilities, particularly the gymnasium and the tennis courts,” he said.
COMMUNITY SPIRIT: Anne and Geoff Brinkman are en enjoying the recreation ce centre’s facilities at AV AVJennings’ Elysium, in Noosa, where Geoff is secretary of w th the body corporate.