Seachange Village scoops up Master Builders award

MULTI-award winning Gold Coast lifestyle resort, Seachange Village Arundel, has secured its place among Queensland's most successful active over 50s communities after winning the 2015 Master Builders Award.

The Pradella Property Ventures' community was voted the best Lifestyle Accommodation for Seniors by an independent committee, which recognises excellence in the Queensland building and construction industry.

Seachange has now achieved awards in the seniors community category from each of the major Queensland building organisations.

Designed with the philosophy to nourish the mind, body and soul, Seachange offers residents a variety of architecturally designed homes with unrivalled amenities through the community's five-star country club, and direct access to the neighbouring Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area.

Seachange Project director Phil Goodman said the community showcased the developer's commitment to create a benchmark over 50s lifestyle resort that allowed its residents to enjoy a vibrant, active lifestyle - in essence to "love the way they live".

"We are extremely proud of what we have delivered at Seachange," Mr Goodman said.

"We have successfully developed a quality product offering for the growing baby boomers demographic."

Mr Goodman said the award was a great achievement for the community, which continued to grow, with the final stages now selling.

"We are catering to an increasing segment of Australia's population who demand very specific housing, so recognition from Master Builders has provided a strong endorsement of the vision we set out to achieve," he said.

For a guided tour of the country club or to register for a FREE morning tea with Seachange residents, visit the Welcome Centre at 299 Napper Road Arundel.

Call 1800 652 797 or visit www.seachangegold for more information.

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