Expats calling the Edge home
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.