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May. 26 / 2015
Discussing Fairway Bay second stage development in the new Fairway Bay Discovery Residents Pavilion are Top Harbour representatives Michael Webb-Speight, Sean Pan and Gigi Ogilvielee with GJ Gardner Rodney East new homes consultant Lesley Ellis. Photo/Geoff Dobson

Residents at a Gulf Harbour development have been gifted their own pavilion.

More than 50 people attended the Fairway Bay Discovery Residents Pavilion opening party last week.

The pavilion, which cost about $1 million to build and comes with a heated swimming pool, tennis court, fireplace, kitchen, changing rooms and big decks, was gifted to Discovery residents by Fairway Bay developer Top Harbour.

Sitting on 2756 square metres of land, it was designed by Richard Nash of RTA Studios and built by Interpro group.

Already it’s been put to good use, hosting a 70th birthday party.

The Discovery part of the Fairway Bay development was the first block of the project offering 79 sections ranging from 500sqm to 700sqm and priced from $305,000. Three lots remain in the first release.

The project is expected to finish with about 80 sections and will have homes built in a variety of styles.

The diversity of people who have bought there has surprised development consultant Michael Webb-Speight. Demographic studies suggested most of the purchasers would come from the East Coast Bays area, many probably in their 60s with a boat. But it’s more a United Nations, with residents from seven different nationalities living or moving in, he says. Countries represented include Britain, China, Columbia, Germany, Russia and India.

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