The first sod has been turned marking the start of construction of Providence Piara Waters Lifestyle Resort – an exclusive boutique community for over 50’s in Perth’s southeast.
The development – which is being built by one of Australia’s most experienced lifestyle resort developers – was officially launched by City of Armadale Deputy Mayor Cr Carole Frost, Member for Jandakot Yaz Mubarakai MLA and Providence Piara Waters Lifestyle Resort Director John Wood with a soil turning ceremony last week.
Mr Wood said he was thrilled construction of Stage 1 of Providence Piara Waters Lifestyle Resort was now underway.
“This development without doubt sets a new benchmark for lifestyle resorts in WA and we’re already seeing a lot of interest in the project from ‘rightsizers’ and ‘downsizers’ keen to secure a home here,” he said.
Stage 1 includes 31 new house and landscaping packages featuring 13 architecturally-designed homes offering one, two or three bedrooms, with buyers set to be able to move in by the end of the year.
The development boasts a host of resort-style facilities including a pool, day spa, pickleball, music room, sauna, a stunning clubhouse and the Lake House designed by Richard Hammond Architects, which will all be completed about the same time as residents move in to their homes.
“Providence Piara Waters Lifestyle Resort also boasts a stunning decades-old Moreton Bay Fig Tree which will be a centrepiece of the resort and provide a picturesque space for reflecting, catch up on reading or take part in a gentle yoga class,” Mr Wood said.
Providence Piara Waters Lifestyle Resort, situated between Warton Road & Southampton Drive, will also harness solar power with Battery storage to provide free renewable energy for each home owner.
“This is an incredible opportunity for over 50s to be part of a lifestyle-focused community less than 20 minutes drive from Perth CBD and with an array of shops and dining opportunities on their doorstep, on top of what the resort has to offer,” said Mr Wood.
Potential buyers can register their interest now and no weekly fees are payable until the resort’s main clubhouse is completed.
Stage 1 home and landscaping packages start from $279,000 and there are no entry or exit fees.
Head to Piara Waters for more details.
A free information seminar is also being held on Saturday 26 June at 10.00am at the Cockburn Health and Community Library, 11 Wentworth Parade Success WA 6164. Free parking is available.