Esperance will be like ‘coming home’

Tweed Heads couple Robin and Ruth Harvy believe that moving into Esperance will be “like coming home”.

Reside Communities
December 1, 2020

Tweed Heads couple Robin and Ruth Harvy believe that moving into Esperance will be “like coming home”.

Having previously lived nearby, they have many fond memories of Hope Island.  

Robin celebrated his 70th birthday nine years ago at a restaurant within the former Village Square Marketplace, which previously occupied the site. He estimates the restaurant stood at the very location of the building at Esperance they have bought into.

“We have lived up and down the coast, but here it feels like we are coming home,’’ said Ruth.

“We’re getting very excited about it. We’re eager to watch it being built although we wish we were living in Esperance already.’’

The couple, who moved to the Gold Coast from Adelaide in the late 1970s, said that while they had watched the city grow they appreciated the laid back atmosphere of Hope Island.

The convenience of Esperance’s location as well as the beauty of the local surroundings appealed to them.

The doting owners of a small dog named Mimi, they are looking forward to regular strolls through Esperance’s large central gardens as well as exploring the leafy nearby streets.

Their enthusiasm has rubbed off on friends, with another couple also securing a home in Esperance.

“And there will probably be more,’’ said Robin.

The Harvys have bought a two-bedroom apartment featuring stunning water views.

Their home will also have a media room which can double as a versatile space for accommodating visitors.

“The convenience of everything here is a big attraction,’’ said Robin. “It’s close to everything, including Hope Island Marketplace just across the road, as well as public transport and attractions such as Sanctuary Cove.’’

For more information about Esperance or to book an appointment, call our Sales Manager, Justin, on (07) 5510 9555.


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