What is a Lifestyle Community?
There are a variety of housing options available to over-50s, ranging from traditional retirement villages to much more independent options for the younger-at-heart. These lifestyle communities – or land lease communities as they are often called – are fast becoming the preferred choice for Australia’s adventurous over-50s .
What is there to do in a Lifestyle Community?
The Clubhouse is the hub of the lifestyle community, offering indoor/outdoor entertainment options such as a gym, swimming pool, bowling green, pickleball courts, BBQs, kitchen, library, studios, billiards rooms and so much more. It’s where you’ll meet your neighbours, find out what’s happening in the area and is there for you to enjoy as much as you choose. You can also invite your family and friends to the Clubhouse.
Do I have to be retired to live in a Lifestyle Community?
No! Whether you’re working full-time, an empty-nester, a semi-retiree or simply looking for a fresh start, moving into a Lifestyle Community is the perfect next step for over-50s looking to downsize on housework and upsize on living among like-minded and similar-aged people.
Thrive Nirimba Lifestyle Community FAQs
What does the site fee cover?
The site fee covers your exclusive access to, and the maintenance of, the Clubhouse and other common facilities; looking after shared green areas and your front verge; Community security and more. The site fee also covers the Stockland Community Management team who look after the Clubhouse and other common facilities.
How long is the site agreement for?
In Queensland, a home owner is granted a perpetual right to occupy the site on which the home is situated and may assign their site occupancy right to the next owner upon sale or transfer of ownership of the home.
What about Strata Fees?
There are no strata or body corporate fees to be paid. Just as there are no ongoing council rates to be paid.
Is the Thrive Lifestyle Community pet friendly?
Yes, but it is worth checking the rules regarding pets when planning your move.
Is it a Gated Community?
Yes, Thrive Lifestyle Community is a secure, gated community which is part of the Aura residential community – but, of course, you’re free to come and go as you please!
Who looks after the community?
The Stockland Thrive Community Management team will look after all the facilities and amenities in the Clubhouse precinct, as well as all common gardens, verges, paths, roads, entry gates, etc.
Can I ‘lock’n’leave’ my home?
Yes, your Community Manager will collect any parcels and mail for you, so you can enjoy your trip in total peace of mind.
Can I decorate my home?
Yes – it’s yours! Any external modifications will need to be run past the Community Management team, but what you do inside is up to you.
Are family and friends allowed to visit?
Of course they are – and when they see and enjoy all the facilities on offer in the Thrive Lifestyle Community, they’ll want to stay!
Interested in finding out more? Click the link to find out more https://www.stockland.com.au/residential/qld/aura/for-sale-at-aura/over-50s-living