DISPLAY CHILD’S PLAY
FREE coffee for the first 200 people and children’s entertainment will mark the opening of Satterley’s second display village in Heron Park estate this month.
Chief executive Nigel Satterley said visitors to the 19-home village in Harrisdale would see an opening festival different from past events.
“This time, we are steering away from the big, community street party we usually host and giving prospective buyers the opportunity to swap their kids for a coffee and browse Perth’s newest display homes,” Mr Satterley said.
“There will be a free creche and kids’ zone on site, so you can stay longer while leaving your kids in a safe and fun environment.”
The event will include arts and crafts, a bouncy castle and a movie for kids, as well as interior design workshops and seminars for adults.
“We’re looking forward to giving buyers a one-stop shop, especially first-home buyers who are new to the buying and building experience,” Mr Satterley said.
The event is on Saturday, February 18, from noon to 5pm at Oakbella Parade, Harrisdale.
Children get to work with an amazing array of paints.