PRIDE DRAWS BUYERS
A strong sense of community pride has drawn Barbara and John Doherty to a new coastal development at Caloundra.
While home design and location were important factors, the Creekwood Caloundra development stood out, with many clubs and activities to help new residents socialise and stay connected.
“There’s a gardening club, fitness club, mum’s group and I have even established a walking club to take advantage of the beautiful parklands, wetlands and nature corridors we have at our doorstep,” Mrs Doherty said.
“The majority of people here make an effort to get to know other residents and look out for one another, so I can say that we live among friends, not just neighbours.”
Developer AVJennings has completed construction on the final freehold homes at Creekwood, which have been designed to suit different lifestyles and personalities – with 11 floorplans on offer to cater to everyone from entertainers and home workers through to independent families.
The new Creekwood Parkside precinct has 26 homes, which are now ready for residents to move into.
AVJennings Queensland general manager Tony Creighton said Creekwood Parkside appealed to buyers who were looking for a leafy locale and the opportunity to buy a brand new property on its own title, with the wide variety of floorplans available proving an added bonus.
He said the three and four-bedroom homes, some with a multipurpose room and all with a minimum of two bathrooms and one to two car spaces, offered up to 210sq m of living space, and were priced from $444,900.
On completion Creekwood Parkside will encompass 370 townhomes, terrace and loft homes and 470 home sites across 50ha.
The community will also include more than 11ha of parks and open spaces, all within a three-minute walk of each home.
Enjoying the myriad social activities at Creekwood Parkside in Caloundra are Barbara and John Doherty (right).