Masterplan blocks snapped up
HOMEBUYERS seeking value for money in a masterplanned project are snapping up blocks at Calleya’s new village.
Grandis is in the heart of the Stockland community at Treeby and features picturesque streetscapes, a park and easy access to walking and cycling trails and Cockburn Central train station.
Stockland WA general manager residential Col Dutton said the village was proving popular with families seeking a relaxing lifestyle with access to everything that mattered.
“Calleya is designed to be a place where residents have it all; a place you can live and play in our numerous parks, including our newly completed BMX pump track and with immediate access to employment, retail and only four stops by train to the CBD,” he said.
“We offer a wide range of lot sizes to suit a variety of buyers as well as town homes, completed homes and over 55s living to ensure all life stages are catered for.”
Innovative housing options including the Aspire, an exclusive gated community for people aged 55 years and over, and Visage Terrace Homes for lowmaintenance living.
Treeby locals Robin Chan and Jess Galbraith bought at Calleya after discovering their dream home in the community’s display village followed by their dream block in the new Grandis precinct.
“Calleya is teeming with potential and what particularly attracted us to buy here was the positive feel of the area coupled with the easy access to amenities, the fibre to the premises NBN and the free community events that Stockland offers,” Mr Chan said.
“Our future home in the Grandis precinct has a fantastic location that’s just a five minute walk from a dog park, a future town centre and a future primary school. We're also excited to be building a new home that’s just perfect for our lot size while featuring beautiful high ceilings, a scullery and a designer kitchen.”
Mr Dutton said Stockland communities were highly sought-after for their liveability, healthy lifestyles and diversity in housing options.
“It’s important that house designs cater for all lot sizes and the latest design trends offer clever solutions for maximising both indoor and outdoor spaces to make the most of every block,” he said.
“We have some great examples of these trends on show at our new Calleya display village.”
Calleya is near Cockburn Gateway Shopping City, the Kwinana Freeway and Cockburn Central train station. The community will ultimately comprise almost 1900 homes.
Lots available in Grandis village range from 375sq m to 510sq m and are priced from $325,400 to $390,000. For information, visit the Calleya sales and information centre on Cilantro Parkway, call 13 52 63 or go to www.stockland.com.au/calleya.