Stockland’s popular Aspire at Calleya is set to officially open its new, exclusive Clubhouse within the over 55s community.
WA Member for Jandakot Yaz Mubarakai MLA, Mayor of Cockburn, Logan Howlett, Deputy-Mayor of Cockburn, Lee-Ann Smith, will join representatives from Stockland and local residents to celebrate the official opening of the Clubhouse on Friday, 2 August.
Situated at the heart of the Aspire community, the Clubhouse will offer a place for residents to unwind, workout, catch up with neighbours and entertain family and friends.
David Allington, Regional Development Manager, Stockland, said that Aspire at Calleya offers a new type of home that meets the needs of the modern retiree.
“Aspire is for customers who are not necessarily wanting to move into an apartment or retirement village but are still looking to downsize and have access to all of the great benefits and amenities that come with living in an over 55s community.
“The exclusive new Clubhouse will offer residents a community-focused, luxurious spot to relax and socialise with friends and family – with a heated outdoor swimming pool, gym, covered alfresco dining and BBQ facilities, lounge with fireplace, and an entertaining kitchen and bar.”
WA Member for Jandakot Yaz Mubarakai MLA, said: “Congratulations to Stockland Aspire at Calleya on the opening of the new Aspire Clubhouse. The wide range of amenities the clubhouse will offer residents ensures they will have an enjoyable lifestyle in their retirement years.”
City of Cockburn Mayor Logan Howlett said that lifestyle choice opportunities are becoming increasingly important in communities as people of all ages seek to secure their future family home.
“The Clubhouse at Aspire Calleya provides the perfect location to build friendships as residents come together to share in a purpose built facility featuring an amazing array of recreational opportunities and other spaces to just sit back and relax, enjoy casual conversations or to immerse themselves in a good book.
“I look forward to the opportunity to meet residents of Calleya’s Aspire as they come together in the relatively new suburb of Treeby. The resilience and ‘happiness’ factor of all communities is built around people of a like mind who celebrate all life has to offer.”
Aspire at Calleya resident Rob Osborn said that moving into the over 55s community was the best decision that he and his wife could have made at this stage of their lives.
“The community has everything that we could possibly want or need. The people are kind and share similar interests, the homes are very high quality and there is a great sense of security.
“The facilities are exceptional and we see the new Clubhouse as the crown jewel of the community. We look forward to many good times there and from what we have seen, we are sure it will be absolutely brilliant.”
Centrally located within the thriving Calleya community in Treeby, Stockland has created a range of modern and future-proofed homes for people 55 and over.
The community is structured under strata title, with most costs paid upfront, meaning residents retain all capital gains and complete ownership of their home and land.*
To book your own private tour and learn about the benefits of living in an over 55s community, contact the Aspire at Calleya team at 1800 72 71 70 or visit stockland.com.au/aspirecalleya.
*Residents pay an upfront purchase price for the home including stamp duty and a monthly community levy to maintain the common areas. There is no Deferred Management Fee and residents are entitled to 100% capital gains and retain 100% ownership of their home and land. Ordinary council rates and land tax also apply.
About Aspire at Calleya
Aspire is located at the heart of the 145-hectare Calleya community directly opposite the future Calleya Town Centre and next to the proposed Opal Aged Care facility.
Once complete, Aspire at Calleya will include 144 freestanding single-story homes. The development also now features a Clubhouse for the exclusive use of its residents and their friends, including a pool, bar, lounge, gym and billiard room. The entire development is planned for completion in 2021.
Unlike traditional retirement living, the community is a non-DMF product, structured under free hold strata title, with all costs paid upfront, meaning residents retain all capital gains and complete ownership of their home and land.*
Calleya is 145 hectare masterplanned community located 23 kilometres from Perth and only 1.8km from Cockburn Central Train Station, which is four stops to the CBD. There are also a number of existing bus stops nearby on Armadale Road.
The community is also close to the Cockburn Gateway regional shopping centre, Murdoch University, key employment centres, medical precincts and local schools.
Calleya features a Trampoline Park, Tower Park, a Dog Adventure Playground, Café and BMX Track Park.
In response to outstanding sustainability initiatives, the project was awarded a 6 Star Green Star – Communities rating by the Green Building Council of Australia.