New Leisure Centre makes an impression

Brian and Lila Thompson love showing off the new Leisure Centre at Nature’s Edge Buderim to friends. The contemporary design, bespoke finishes and extensive facilities are making quite an impression.

 

“The centre has a warm and welcoming feeling. Everything about it speaks of quality workmanship. I love the opulent touches…the grand piano, busts above the fireplace and the artwork in the hallway,” said Brian.

 

“The library is peaceful and tranquil with deep carpets and elegant furnishings. It’s the perfect place to sit in the morning with a coffee and the paper.”

 

Like being on holidays

 

The convenient location and proximity to the coast were drawcards for Brian and Lila, who moved to Nature’s Edge Buderim to escape the “busyness” of Brisbane.

 

The well-travelled couple spend several months of the year exploring Australia in their 4WD and caravan and say living at Nature’s Edge Buderim is “like being on holidays”.

 

“When we return from a trip, we open the patio doors and it feels like we have moved from one holiday location to another,” Brian said.

 

“Our home is bright and breezy with high ceilings and views to the rainforest, like a holiday house.”

 

Convenience and lifestyle

 

The active and varied social calendar keeps Lila so busy that she needs a diary to record what’s on.

 

“There is something on every day. Water aerobics, yoga, film screenings. You could never be bored,” she said.

 

“We are very happy and content. Nature’s Edge Buderim is an ideal location with a gorgeous Leisure Centre and I absolutely love our house.”

 

Contact the Nature’s Edge Buderim team today for an inspection of our display homes and tour of the new Leisure Centre!

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