Independent Living in Georges Hall
Gardens designed to provide future residents with an aesthetically pleasing environment
A key priority of the early design brief given to the architects by BCAC was the emphasis on gardens and open space to provide future residents with an aesthetically pleasing environment.
Residents can enjoy and stroll amidst gardens that include sixty-seven different varieties of trees, grasses, shrubs, groundcovers and climbers carefully selected for their appearance, suitability to the environment and to fulfil our ambition of a village in a garden setting. Some of your favourite plants such as hydrangea, pink azalea, pink flowering lilly pilly, Madame Alfred Carriere climbing roses and white Japanese wisteria have been included.
No expense has been spared in the creation of a village with an extensive and green footprint made possible by the decision to install three lifts enabling the creation of a multi-level design.
Underground basement parking, ground floor apartments with terraces and first floor with balconies ensure optimum use of the land available.