A rare opportunity at Lions Village Torquay
With intense activity bringing more of its units up to 2023 standards, the Lions Village Torquay is excited to offer those units for occupancy.
According to village manager Jenny Trezise, it is rare for the village to have units available for new residents now, without an indefinite wait on a waiting list.
“This is a great opportunity for people over 55 years of age to enter a boutique retirement village, right in central Torquay,” she said.
“Our location is so convenient, that many residents walk to local shops and facilities. Our neighborhood is constantly evolving, with new opportunities for leisure and social activities being developed as Torquay grows around us.”
Chair of the village management committee Nick Kearsey said the Lions Village was one of the most attractive and friendly villages in the region.
“Our village works closely with residents, with a personalised response to their requests.
“We genuinely care about our residents, and strive to constantly improve our service to them, whether it be supporting social events or upgrading our facilities.
“As an independent not-for-profit village, we have a strong focus on doing what is right for our community, responding to opportunities and challenges quickly and responsibly.”
The Lions Village Torquay has 29 spacious units set in an immaculate garden setting.
Facilities include the community centre and kitchen gardens, with residents organising an active social program.
The village also offers a generous Resident Benefit Program with many extra services to residents to make life just that bit easier.
“I’m so proud of the fantastic lifestyle we are able to offer our residents and look forward to welcoming the lucky people who will move into our Village soon,” Mr Kearsey said.
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