Seachange Toowoomba’s brand new $3 million luxury Hamptons style county club officially opened on Saturday 24 October.
Seachange is a boutique lifestyle community only minutes away from the Toowoomba CBD and is the first over 50s resort in the region to achieve all six stars of the UDIA’s Envirodevelopment Certification.
Toowoomba Regional Council’s Cr Melissa Taylor officially opened the country club alongside the Pradella Property Ventures team. Seachange Lifestyle Resorts Head of Marketing and Operations Mia Pradella said her team was focused on helping residents lead healthy and active lifestyles.
“Our residents have volunteered to show the Toowoomba community around the new country club and the entire resort, which is a testament to how Seachange creates a sense of place and belonging. Our homeowners truly love it here and want others to know about it,” she said. “At the very core is a simple concept of like-minded people sharing common interests and interacting regularly to enrich each other’s lives.”
Seachange Toowoomba has two separate Country Club precincts providing a hub of active living with amenities such as an arts and craft room, wood workshop, gymnasium, swimming pools, cinema and library, as well as a grand ballroom with stage and dance floor. Ms Pradella said Seachange Toowoomba had a Hamptons feel, which was proving especially popular with residents.
“We’ve looked at the details like the timber wall paneling, coffered ceilings and ornate kitchen joinery. We’ve taken careful consideration when designing it, just as we do when it comes to designing our homes. We want them to be more comfortable to live in and provide substantial day-to-day savings for our homeowners. In addition to tours of the resort, guests will enjoy barista coffee, food trucks and entertainment,” she said.
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