Main Street Village - End of Year Roundup
RCA Villages Managing Director, Andrew Philip welcomed guests to the morning-tea function and introduced the Federal Member for McMillan, Mr Russell Broadbent, who opened the building. The village is built on a site of special significance for Mr Broadbent: it is site of the former Pakenham Consolidated School, once attended by his children; the heritage listed oak tree that stands at the village gates was planted by the grandfather of his wife, Bronwyn.
The Clubhouse features a luxurious lounge, bar and alfresco area that looks out to a peaceful courtyard framed by graceful old trees. At the opposite end of the building, the Active Health Centre offers residents a gymnasium, lap pool and spa, consulting rooms and multi-purpose room for a range of activities including arts and crafts. On the first floor, above the communal facilities are eight two bedroom apartments. "The apartments are great value for money, with virtually no maintenance and are right in the heart of the village." Andrew Philip said at the opening.
Residents have taken no time to make the most of their new facility; a BBQ celebrating the completion of the building was held just prior to the formal opening, and a Christmas lunch is sure to a great success. “It is the icing on the cake for all of us who live here, so let the fun begin,” said resident Trudi amaro.
The Main Street Village sales office is open 7 days a week between 10am and 4pm. During the Christmas and New Year period the office will be closed between the 23rd of December and 3rd of January 2017.
If you are interested in booking a tour visit the website at www.mainstvillage.com.au and follow the links. RCA Villages has a unique method for purchasing a villa at Main Street Village which requires no deposit when reserving a villa.