Couple on course to happiness

first_imgAn internal render showing the livings pace inside one of the homes at Halcyon Greens Fairway Series.Halcyon joint managing director Bevan Geissmann said the swift buyer response to the Fairway Series had been phenomenal, with the majority of buyers coming from Brisbane.Dr Geissmann said the Fairway Series would be unlike any project designed and delivered by Halcyon in its 14-year history.“They are a modern twist on country club style and will include new homes that offer three bedrooms, three bathrooms and an open living space with panoramic views,” he said.“The Fairway Series includes three new colour schemes with subtle textures and extensive use of stone and timber.”Other residences in the 500-home community are still available and priced between $474,000 and $750,000.The over-50s lifestyle resort offers a range of communal facilities beyond the golf course, including 2.4ha of central parkland, a clubhouse and lodge with fireplaces, outdoor and heated indoor pool, championship-size bowling green, floodlit tennis court, cinema, gym, dance studio, outdoor amphitheatre, walking trails and pickleball courts.Homeowners will also have access to a work shed, herb and vegetable garden, rose garden and fruit orchard, as well as storage facilities for boats, golf buggies, caravans and CCTV security. Halcyon GreensThe couple had been looking to downsize from their four-bedroom apartment at Kangaroo Point but had been in no rush to move.And when they were introduced to Halcyon Greens by two of Mr Bonifant’s golfing buddies, they knew they had to act fast.“My interest in Halcyon Greens was heightened when two of my golfing friends told me they were moving to the community,” Mr Bonifant said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa19 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“We had been looking around for a while but never urgently, until we became aware of the Fairways Series.“We realised a quick decision was necessary, and just as well we did because all bar one (lot) was spoken for in the first few hours of release.“We have always been conscious of having a nice outlook, and the view from the Fairways Series is an outstanding, peaceful vista looking out over the parklands with unrestricted views to the golf course.”The couple, who are both keen golfers, bought a 280sq m home with three bedrooms plus study and two-car lockup garage with buggy accommodation. Halcyon Greens residents John and Robyn BonifantNine out of the 10 fairway-frontage residences at Halcyon Greens on the Gold Coast sold out in one day, with all homes sold within a week of release.But there are still homes up for grabs in the over-50s lifestyle resort, with prices starting from $474,000.Retired real estate agent John Bonifant and his wife Robyn were among the 10 buyers who secured a home in the Fairway Series.The homes sold for prices starting at $965,000. Each residence will front the third fairway of the Gainsborough Greens Golf Course, which adjoins the $300 million Halcyon Greens at Pimpama.last_img

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