New retirement village in the heart of Kingston

CHRISTIAN Homes Tasmania is excited to see the building works progressing at its new retirement village development.

The development, which is located at 18 Freeman Street in Kingston, consists of 17 new units, with a community centre linking to Christian Homes Tasmania’s nine existing Freeman Street units.

Christian Homes Tasmania envisages the community centre to be a hub of activities for residents to enjoy, including exercises, happy hour drinks and nibbles, card/board games, arts and crafts, outings, morning and afternoon tea/chats, barbecues and general social gatherings.

The development consists of spacious single level two- and three-bedroom units with lifts providing easy access to top floor units.

Each unit will either have its own private court yard or balcony.

With a good variety of unit sizes ranging from 108 to 139 metres squared, each unit is appointed with a beautifully designed kitchen featuring soft closing drawers, dishwasher, modern wall mounted oven and seamless cooktops.

Many also have island benches.

All units have an ensuite and a guest bathroom, plenty of built in wardrobes and storage.

The laundry is discreetly concealed behind cupboards with the option to install a modern frontloading washing machine and dryer.

With a range of modern colour schemes ranging from calming water blues, warm naturals and contemporary grays there will surely be an options to suit everyone’s taste.

Located in the heart of Kingston within easy walking distance to all conveniences, this development will provide an excellent opportunity for people to access retirement village living while retaining outside activities within the busy Kingston environment.

The new council development on the old Kingston High School site will provide an even greater range of activities and services for residents of this new retirement village location.

A number of units have already been purchased off the plans, with new enquiries coming in every day.

If you would like more information on these centrally located brand new units, give Cynthia a call on 6239 3514 or 0428 836 041.

Caption: An artist’s impression of the new Christian Homes Tasmanian retirement home in Kingston.

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