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McQuoin Park Retirement Living Village Welcomes New Residents

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Catholic Healthcare is excited to announce the opening of McQuoin Park Retirement Living Village in Wahroonga.

Stage One of the Village features 88 new apartments. The stylish one, two and three-bedroom residences are spacious and light, ideal for open-plan living and entertaining. The Village features a range of shared amenities that will be enjoyed by residents, their families and the broader community. This includes a community centre to host events, an on-site café and Chapel, a billiards and games room, a library, cinema and wellness hub with a fully-equipped gym and indoor pool.

General Manager, Residential Care, Andrew Kinkade said, “We are committed and focused on creating much needed additional services on Sydney’s upper north shore. We are excited to welcome our first residents with half of our apartments already sold.”

Like residents Tony and Maryanne, who have moved from Bonnet Bay in Southern Sydney to McQuoin Park to be closer to their daughter and her family.

“We are thrilled to be moving in,” says Maryanne. “We have been planning our move to retirement living for a while so we are so excited to settle into our new apartment, enjoy the wonderful facilities and start making new friends. We have a three-bedroom apartment so there is a lot of space to entertain and have the family come and stay.

“We have already met some of the other residents who are all friendly. We are looking forward to having people our own age around us, making new friends, and enjoying McQuoin Park together.”

Sales Manager, Jenny Thomas said, “The Village is designed to bring people together. Maintaining a sense of community is important and at McQuoin Park you can be as active and social as you want. You can meet up for book clubs, go out with other residents, enjoy a variety of social activities and more.”

For more information, call Jenny Thomas on 1300 221 271, email retire@chcs.com.au or visit www.mcquoinpark.com.au/

Pictured is the view from one of the new apartments and residents Maryanne and Anthony