Juniper chief executive, Vaughan Harding, says the project is popular among downsizers and nearly all of its first 17 villas have reportedly already been sold.
The houses, which surround a central clubhouse, feature adaptable design principles to give residents the independence and flexibility to age comfortably in their own homes.
Mr Harding encourages interested purchasers to "move fast" as only a few villas are now available in the first development stage.
Stage 1 at Juniper Elimatta features 17 open plan two by two plus study villas. They are offered from $680,000 with occupation by entry contribution under a lease for life arrangement.
The village has a range of facilities designed to promote an active and connected lifestyle and there are plans for lawn bowls, a putting green, an outdoor fitness circuit and children’s play area.
Its modern clubhouse is a bonus for residents with a 14 metre covered pool, café, hairdressing salon, reading room and outdoor entertainment area featuring a sweeping veranda and barbecue facilities.
“Juniper Elimatta demonstrates an innovative ‘ageing in place’ concept where housing and facilities have been created to enable residents to live as long as possible in their chosen home,” Mr Harding says.
“Juniper continues its forward thinking approach to meeting the increasing demands for retirement living options in Western Australia, and is delivering independence, choice and quality, complemented by the sense of security that comes with community living.”
Bounded by Bradford Street, Alexander Drive and Cone Place, Menora, the development area encompasses at total of 25,802 square metres of retirement complex/urban zoned land behind the existing Juniper Elimatta residential care facility.
Stage 1 construction is complete and subsequent stages may be developed in coming years, depending on demand.
For Elimatta Stage 1 enquiries, contact agent Glenda Cooper on 0418 944 051 or email GCooper@dempseyrealestate.com.