Registrations of interest are now being invited for Odyssey Residences at Beaumaris Beach, a proposed $40million development in Iluka that is set to offer a new lifestyle choice by the beach.
Consisting of 58 private residences, Odyssey is part of plans by Brightwater Care Group for a multi-generational lifestyle village on the corner of Burns Beach Road and Fernando Parkway, just a stone’s throw from the beach. The not-for-profit organisation has partnered with and engaged boutique developer OP Properties to oversee the development.
Potential buyers can now register their interest in Odyssey, which promises to offer the seaside lifestyle many people dream of.
Jennifer Lawrence, Chief Executive Officer of Brightwater Care Group, said Odyssey would be an integral part of the new multigenerational lifestyle village, which will also include new shops and cafes, plus accommodation for a variety of different life stages.
"It’s a game-changer," Ms Lawrence said. "By paying attention to how people want to transition into retirement, we’re building for the future and offering lifestyle opportunities that keep people connected – connected to their neighbours, to their community and to nature.
"Our vision for Odyssey is the result of extensive research and planning, including a study of east coast trends showing how people want to live as they start thinking about retiring from work, and enjoying more time for travel and other interests," she said.
Just 300m from the ocean across the natural dunes, Odyssey will include landscaped gardens, diverse community spaces and an all-weather heated swimming pool.
Offering a choice of two-bedroom and three-bedroom lock-and-leave residences with either one and a half or two bathrooms, Odyssey is expected to have strong appeal for people aged over 55 looking for an exclusive seaside lifestyle.
The low-rise development has been designed to encourage an active, tightly knit and trusted community in the heart of what will become Iluka’s town centre.
Each luxury residence at Odyssey has been designed to support people as they move through life stages, and to make a low-maintenance, lock and leave lifestyle a priority.
The beach, parks and gardens are all on the doorstep, so that residents can enjoy an active lifestyle and easily entertain family and friends when they visit.
The homes will offer outstanding value for money and feature a high level of security for peace of mind. They will also be tech-ready so that owners simply need to ‘BYO’ their devices.
Livable Housing Australia – a partnership between community and consumer groups, government and industry – has benchmarked the premium design and fit-out to Gold Livable standards. Odyssey will be easier to access, navigate and live in, with features such as wider-than-average doorways and corridors.
Odyssey will also be close to a range of amenities, including Iluka Foreshore Park, Joondalup Bowling Club, Currambine Central Shopping Centre, Grand Cinemas Currambine, Joondalup Resort Golf Course, HBF Arena and the proposed Ocean Reef Marina.