Construction Of Quintess Retirement Community In Mango Hill Underway

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Quintess Retirement Community, the new retirement village in Mango Hill has just passed a significant milestone, with homes starting to take shape and some residents preparing to move in by the end of the year.

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As of September 2022, the team at Quintess Retirement Community revealed they are aiming to make the first villas available to move into in the last week of October.

For the first block, all plaster and kitchens have been installed, as well as the garage doors, and all type 1 villas have all been painted internally. Works on the construction of the roads have commenced and many truckloads of road base were delivered to the site in September.

The development will provide 117 two-bedroom and 28 three-bedroom townhouses for over-65s and each townhouse will have its own car parking.

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It features a recreation centre with resort-style amenities and a community park for families.

The village is near North Lakes Day Hospital, Westfield North Lakes, North Lakes library and Mango Hill Village.

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It’s also the first retirement village in Brisbane to incorporate a childcare centre. It’s a multigenerational community which aims to link all ages and stages with parks, shared facilities and retirement homes.

Designed by Plus Architecture, the retirement village features flowing open floorplans which offer generous spaces and inclusive design that allows residents to personalise townhomes to suit their needs.

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The retirement village is a project of developer Adrian Barnett, who just debuted in the retirement living sector. 

Barnett and his team are looking to complete the Stage 2 villas by December this year, so residents can move into their new homes before Christmas.