Arbor Sherwood Retirement Village

As an award-winning developer of affordable communities, BHC has delivered a unique and innovative property opportunity with our mixed tenure model.

Having successfully developed and sold over 200 homes sold throughout 9 mixed tenure developments since 2010, the model has been embraced by both owner occupiers and investors alike.

Currently, BHC’s offering is focused on providing an opportunity for seniors to downsize and provide greater financial options for them with Arbor Sherwood Retirement Village.

Completed in December 2019, Arbor Sherwood is BHC’s newest community and our first venture into retirement living. Its innovative financial model and considered design make it a sought-after alternative to traditional retirement villages.

Situated in one of Brisbane’s most desired neighbourhoods, Sherwood, Arbor was designed by Peddle Thorp Architects, with the 52 one-bedroom with study and two-bedroom apartments spread across four generous levels. All apartments have been designed to Gold and Platinum Livable Housing Design Standards. Recognising that retirement is a time for older Australians to enjoy the things they love, easily and independently, Arbor Sherwood’s many community spaces are the perfect setting for residents to socialise, garden, read or exercise.

For many ageing people, a traditional retirement village may not suit their financial situation and Arbor Sherwood provides an alternative option.
Arbor has three unique contract models, allowing customers to select their preferred apartment and then choose the financial option that suits them best. This means, for example, a brand new one-bedroom plus study apartment at Arbor Sherwood could be purchased for three different upfront prices and supplemented with a differently weekly contribution depending on the buy-in price. This ensures that those residents who are unable to afford to purchase their property outright still have access to a quality retirement.

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