RetireAustralia officially opens its first vertical village at Burleigh on the Gold Coast

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The private village operator has officially opened its first vertical village at Burleigh on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

The floor plan for RetireAustralia’s penthouse at The Verge, costing $1.25 million.

The Verge, which is located alongside the 10th fairway at Burleigh Golf Club, has a mixture of one-, two- and three-bedroom and penthouse apartments, designed by O’Neill Architecture, from $510,000 to $1.25 million. Each apartment has parking for one vehicle and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Only two three-bedroom apartments are on the fifth-storey penthouse level and have separate balconies on both the North and South-West side. A deposit has been taken on the penthouse selling for $1.25 million.

RetireAustralia said It is also the first retirement village in Queensland with both a Green Star and Gold Australian Liveable Housing design accreditation.

The Verge is one of a number of new villages being built by RetireAustralia, which has 29 villages across Australia.

The Rise at Glen Wood, Erina, on the NSW Central Coast has one independent living three-bedroom apartment for sale, and an additional 70 assisted living apartments have been built at Glengara Care at Tumbi Umbi, also on the NSW Central Coast.