Ex­pats call­ing the Edge home

Ellenbrook Advocate - - PLACE -

WHITE­MAN Edge is fast be­com­ing a sought-af­ter haven for ex­pats seek­ing their dream home in a wel­com­ing and in­clu­sive en­vi­ron­ment.

Kenyan-born Brab­ham lo­cal Alpeshku­mar Pin­doriya said he was at­tracted to buy­ing in White­man Edge be­cause of the sense of com­mu­nity.

He said his brother-in-law and friends had al­ready built their dream homes in the com­mu­nity.

“White­man Edge of­fers such a wel­com­ing en­vi­ron­ment that it makes you feel like your neigh­bours aren’t just the peo­ple next door, but friends,” he said.

“Ex­cel­lent ameni­ties such as the jun­gle park help strengthen those com­mu­nity bonds as it’s such a mag­net for so many res­i­dents, al­low­ing you to meet the lo­cals and build new re­la­tion­ships.”

Stock­land WA gen­eral man­ager Col Dut­ton said more than 10 Kenyan fam­i­lies were now call­ing the com­mu­nity home.

“Stock­land is com­mit­ted to cre­at­ing safe, healthy and in­clu­sive com­mu­ni­ties and we are de­lighted to wel­come fam­i­lies from near and far who are seek­ing a place where they will truly feel at home,” he said.

“We en­sure our res­i­dents have plenty of op­por­tu­ni­ties to meet their neigh­bours and make new friends through a range of reg­u­lar events and ac­tiv­i­ties, as well as out­door park­land and amenity de­signed to bring the com­mu­nity to­gether.”

Mi­lika Halai, Ki­ran Kerai, Vishal Halai and Priya and Alpeshku­mar Pin­doriya all love the sense of com­mu­nity at White­man Edge.

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