Living Gems sparkles with resort style

23 May 2018

Living Gems sparkles with resort style

Queensland based company Living Gems is shaking up the way Australians over 50 experience their golden years.

Living Gems General Manager Vlad Pullich said that baby boomers are demanding higher standards in over 50s living options with buyers focused on an active and social lifestyle.

The magnificent indoor heated pool at the Living Gems Toowoomba resort.

 

“Lifestyle resorts offer a new style of living that exceeds the current demand from the over 50s market.”

“The premium, high set country club is the centrepiece of the community and has been designed on a grand scale. The country club is a hub of activity, catering to a myriad of recreational activities.

“Our newer resorts are designed with over 20 different facilities to accommodate a healthy, social and active lifestyle.”

“The facilities include the following: a bar, lounge area, ballroom with dance floor, theatre stage, change rooms, commercial kitchen, meeting room, arts and crafts room, workshop, cinema, music room, hair salon, library, games room, consultation room, BBQ pavilion, lawn bowls, heated swimming pool, spa, tennis court.”

The Living Gems Pacific Paradise country club.

 

“The country club is finished with a high level of luxury inclusions and no expense has been spared,” says Mr Pullich.

Living Gems Sales Manager Victoria Dent said that each resort has a dedicated social committee that organise regular activities for homeowners to enjoy.

“The heated pool is one of the most popular facilities that homeowners can take advantage of all year round. Activities like aqua aerobics is a great activity to keep your muscles and bones strong.”

“Living Gems resorts offer something for everyone, we understand that everyone has their own hobbies and interests, so we do our best to accommodate this.”

Two residents are working on a project in the workshop at the Ruby by Living Gems resort.

 

“At any one of our resorts you will find social groups for knitting, quilting and other arts and crafts, as well as for mah-jong, cards and scrabble. Walking, tennis and lawn bowls are also among the most popular.”

“This style of living appeals to baby boomers as they are a very social demographic. Homeowners will often say to me that a short stroll to the letterbox with their furry companion can soon turn into a much longer affair as everyone will stop to say hello.”

For more information, call 1800 785 594 or visit www.livinggems.com.au.

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