Aspiring Village was the venue for the inaugural “Limpic Games” – an opportunity for our energetic residents to demonstrate their sporting prowess across a range of disciplines. The games were anything but “retiring” with events including:- synchronised swimming; underwater...
VILLAS AND APARTMENTS
Our homes are architecturally designed. Enjoy the easy, secure and relaxed lifestyle of our architecturally
designed homes. We have a range of homes to suit a variety of tastes and budgets – from the
affordably priced two bedroom villas and apartments to luxury three bedroom villas with double garages.
THE LIFESTYLE IS THERE FOR YOU TO ENJOY
True retirement village living gives you the opportunity to enjoy a lifestyle that many people experience only when they are on holiday.
Fabulous amenities in one place, combined with a range of activities that you can take part in if you wish. The Lifestyle Centre is the
social hub of the Aspiring Village, complete with residents lounges, pool, spa, bar, library and much much more.
LATEST VILLAGE NEWS
Stay up to date with the latest news from in and around the Wanaka village.
Aspiring Village have released plans for sixteen apartments to be built during 2017. Stage One includes architecturally designed one, two and three bedroom luxury apartments, which will be located in the heart of the village, connected to the existing...
This Friday will mark a milestone in aged care services in the Queenstown Lakes district. The Aspiring Enliven Care Centre will be officially opened with a celebration for the many people involved in bringing this partnership project to fruition....
Look around the Aspiring Village on any given day, and you’ll see plenty of residents out walking, biking, pottering in their gardens and heading to the Lifestyle Centre for a swim, or to enjoy the company of others. Look further afield up the nearby ski slopes and you might see a few more residents enjoying the snow – either skiing or sightseeing. The one place you wouldn’t expect to see an Aspiring Village resident is lined up at the start of a ski race – but that’s exactly where you would have found John Perkins this winter. In fact, he won the 80-85 year Masters race at Treble Cone, though he is quick to point out there were no other entrants! Continue Reading…