37 Moir Drive
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- m² living area
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Bridgewater Lake Retirement Estate is nestled in the heart of a vibrant community. The beautifully landscaped grounds of Bridgewater Lake are fully accessible throughout the property via easily found walking paths. You can also feel secure in the knowledge that your safety is a priority, with external video surveillance and boom gate entry control to the village. Tailored options are available to suit every lifestyle with a choice of one bedroom, two bedroom, two bedroom plus study, three bedroom and some extra-large three bedroom residences.
Bridgewater Lake offers:
How much does it cost to live at Bridgewater Lake Retirement Estate?
Home prices vary depending on the size of the home, other design features and whether it is new or pre-occupied. Prices for homes currently available will be provided on request. There may also be a range of upgrade options possible if construction of your home is not yet completed.
Our contract form is a Long Term Lease so when you move in, you pay a lump sum in return for the right to occupy your home for up to 49 years and to access the village facilities. The underlying ownership is retained by the village owner and no stamp duty is payable.
In addition, you will pay a monthly service fee which covers the ongoing operational costs of the village. Annual increases in service fees are generally limited to CPI in accordance with the Retirement Villages Act.
Further details are provided in the Factsheet- available on request
What is the entry-level age to live in Bridgewater Lake Retirement Estate?
Yourself or your spouse or partner must be at least 55 years of age or permanently retired to reside at Bridgewater. Whilst many of our residents are fully retired, others are still actively employed. You can remain working as long as you do not use your home or the facilities as a place of business.
How long do I have to wait for my refund when I leave?
If you choose Benetas to manage the resale process, you refund will be paid within 14 days of settlement by the next incoming resident.
Who is responsible for insurance and rates?
Building insurance is covered through your monthly service fees. You are responsible for council and water rates for your home and for insuring your contents and your own personal effects.
Where can I get more information?
If you can find the answer on our webpage, or you want to talk to someone about Bridgewater Lake Retirement Estate, please provide your contact details so that we can contact you to discuss any queries you may have.
You can also contact us at Peter.Harry@benetas.com.au or 03 9308 8335.
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Bridgewater Lake is dedicated to providing an exclusive home environment with carefully curated facilities. At the centre of this enviable lifestyle is the Café overlooking a central courtyard and tranquil water feature. It's positioning creates a central hub to meet family and friends. The residents humorously named the cafe "Geri's" some years ago.
The beautifully landscaped grounds of Bridgewater Lake are fully accessible throughout the property via easily found walking paths. You can also feel secure in the knowledge that your safety is a priority, with external video surveillance and boom gate entry control to the village.
One of the best decisions of our lives...
Frank - Bridgewater Lake Resident
My wife and I moved to Melbourne from a small community in rural Victoria. Since moving in, we have enjoyed many of the facilities, including Club Bridgewater, bowls, water aerobics and the café. We have made new friends and found the residents warm, friendly and inviting. The staff have been great in helping us settle into our new home and the Melbourne environment. I think in choosing the Bridgewater Lake Retirement Estate my wife and I have made one of the best decisions of our lives.
One look at our now home and we were sold...
Lyn - Bridgewater Lake resident
After watching both our parents struggle in housing was that was not suitable for their age we made the decision to move from our home with steep stairs and high maintenance garden. We were impressed by the community facilities, common areas and of course, one look at our now home and we were sold before driving out of the village. We have made a circle of firm friends and watching the village grow has been both interesting and exciting.
I have absolutely loved shifting here...
Cheryl - Bridgewater Lake Resident
I have been living at Bridgewater Lake Retirement Estate for 11 years now. I lived in my family home until I could no longer look after it. I had friends that live at Bridgewater Lake before I shifted in and I was coming up frequently at weekends and enjoyed getting to know everyone. It is the best thing I have ever done and my family love coming to visit. There is always something happening - I have absolutely loved shifting here to Bridgewater Lake.
Benetas is pleased to be a signatory to the Retirement Living Code of Conduct, a voluntary industry code for Retirement Communities across Australia.
Benetas is committed to uphold the Code of Conduct and ensure high standards across all of our Villages. Benetas is looking forward to adding Bridgewater Lake to our other Villages which are Registered to the Retirement Living Code of Conduct.
CLICK HERE for more information on the Retirement Living Code of Conduct.
We are building our unique homes all on separate blocks of land, due for completion mid 2023.
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Benetas is pleased to be a signatory to the Retirement Living Code of Conduct.