The promise of a social golf buggy life-style was too good to refuse when Allan and Dorothy Hare had been contemplating new properties 5 years in the past.
So when buddies within the Rosebank precinct of Hope Island Resort instructed that they be part of them, the simple entry to the golf course, boating and eating places made to 1094 Beechwood Drive a no brainer for the retirees.
“We had been on the lookout for a social outlet amongst individuals our personal age, in order that facet is basically good,” Mr Hare stated.
“I wish to play golf and do a bit of cruising so the resort ticks all of these bins.”
As soon as contained in the resort, a golf buggy is one of the best ways to get across the neighbourhood, the place buddies and leisure choices are by no means too distant.
“Neighbours will usually say they’re going for dinner on the native eating places so that you simply leap within the buggy and go for dinner,” Mr Hare stated.
“Allabah Park is barely about 300m -400m from our place in order that’s very social round 4pm within the afternoon when individuals are out strolling their canines.”
Tucked away on the finish of a canal, the Hare’s two-storey dwelling occupies a non-public place on 1127 sqm with a peaceable waterfront outlook throughout to Allabah Park.
Freshly painted in and out, the home has a recent really feel, with double island benches a luxurious within the new kitchen.
The bottom ground presents open plan dwelling and there are two grasp suites — one on the bottom ground with its personal courtyard whereas upstairs the opposite grasp has a balcony.
Throughout their tenure, the couple has added a deck to take advantage of the views and enhanced the grounds with lush landscaping.
“We sit there within the afternoon trying over to the park and it’s a very nice environment,” Mr Hare stated.
A pool runs alongside the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home which has been a spacious entertainer for household and buddies over time.
“At Christmas time all my household come from Sydney and keep on the home,” Mr Hare stated.
With plans now in place to downsize, the Hares don’t have any intention of leaving the resort.
“We love the realm – between our buddies, the golf course and eating places and retailers – we don’t ever need to go away Hope Island.”
The property is scheduled for public sale on Tuesday 27 October at 5.30pm.
Inquiries and inspections are being dealt with by Sally O’Neill of Harcourts Coastal.