Community-focused and plush with amenity, Kingsley Retirement Village currently has openings in five strata-titled villas.
Whether you’re a social butterfly or like to keep to yourself, Marron Real Estate Principal Rhett Marron said there was a lifestyle to suit everybody.
“Kingsley Retirement Village is an independent living village offering a lifestyle where residents can downsize into affordable accommodation in a well-established, family-friendly suburb,” he said.
“It offers residents the opportunity to maintain their existing lifestyle, but also opens the opportunity to meet new people and socialise with other residents at a similar stage of life –many residents have become very good friends.
“A very common first impression we receive from visitors is the impressive appearance of the gardens, which are really well maintained. It creates a welcoming and pleasant vibe immediately upon entering the village.”
Boasting a modern design and fit-out, with a double-brick and tile construction, the villas are private and easy to maintain.
Comprising two bedrooms and one bathroom, each of the villas flows across an open-plan lounge and dining area, before leading out to its own outdoor entertainment zone and parking space.
“Villas are refurbished prior to sale, with new carpets and paint throughout, and the floor plans are great because they are open and offer single-level living with no steps,” Mr Marron said.
“A compelling feature is the villas are built in lots of two or three, so most people only have the one adjoining neighbour. This is beneficial because it makes the villas quite private while still being within a village environment.”
If you want to enjoy entertainment or social dining, the large village centre holds events and activities and is a great place to meet. With an active resident-run social club, there is never a dull moment.
“The centre has a large function area that is used for social club events like monthly dinners, concerts, special events like Melbourne Cup lunches and happy hours,” Mr Marron said.
“It is also where the exercise classes, crafts and bingo are held.”
For residents looking to relax and put their feet up with a book, the centre also offers a library, while outside residents can have a bowl or play a game of croquet.
For peace of mind, the centre is also home to a doctors/podiatrists office.
Nearby the village, Kingsley Village shopping centre offers yet more convenience, boasting a grocery store, bakery, deli, doctors surgery, tavern and coffee shops.
“Most residents will walk to the shops,” Mr Marron said. “Just behind the shops are extensive ovals and parks.
“In addition, the village is on a bus route to the CBD and Joondalup train station, and is located a few minutes’ drive to the Hepburn and Whitfords Avenue freeway entries.”