Mas­ter­plan blocks snapped up

Fremantle Gazette - - RES­I­DEN­TIAL -

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.stock­­leya.

Robin Chan and Jess Gal­braith at the Cal­leya dog park. The area is teem­ing with po­ten­tial and has a pos­tive feel, says Mr Chan.

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