Karaka Pines Regency Park
Living at Karaka Pines Regency Park
When you visit Karaka Pines Regency Park for the first time you’ll feel an immediate sense of how much simpler and easier life could be.
The Clubhouse is the focus of community activities, where you can play billiards, work out in the gym and then relax in the spa. There’s also a community lounge, kitchen and well-stocked library. There’s a lot to do here, but of course you can be as involved in community life in the village as much, or as little, as you like. It’s your home, so it’s entirely up to you.
Family and friends are always welcome to visit or to stay. They’ll love how spacious your home is. Or they can stay in the separate guests motel unit. There’s plenty of room for grandkids to play, and space in the kitchen to create memorable meals for family gatherings, like Christmas and birthdays.
As rewarding as living at Karaka Pines Regency Park can be, it doesn’t mean you’re disconnected from the wider community. Many people who live in our village are closely involved with local sports and social clubs, and some are still working and running businesses.
The fees paid by residents at Karaka Pines Regency Park are very reasonable compared to other villages you might be considering. You’ll find more on our fees, why you pay them, and why we think they’re fair, here.
There is a facilities fee which covers the provision of shared facilities like the Clubhouse and gardens. This fee is 20% of the proceeds of the sale price when you sell your home.
The Village Weekly fee is currently $185 and is based on the on-going costs of running the village and keeping it in top condition. This fee is reviewed each year and if necessary it’s revised if running costs have increased.
Like everyone living in communities under the Karaka Pines Villages umbrella, when the time comes to sell, you are the one who benefits from the capital gain in your home, not the management.