Curtain raised on display
THE curtain was raised recently on the new Springfield Lakes display village, a joint initiative by Master Builders and Lend Lease, with the display village now officially open to visitors.
The village features 17 Master Builders’ members, with 23 homes on display. There are a variety of styles to suit any taste or budget, and built by some of Queensland’s most established and reputable builders.
There are a mix of one and two-storey homes that range from entry level designs with the first homebuyer in mind, to top end, luxurious homes with fittings and fixtures to suit professional couples and families.
For people looking to build their dream home, a visit to a Master Builders’ display village presents an opportunity to see a variety of designs in one place, Master Builders’ executive director Grant Galvin said.
“If it’s inspiration you need, the homes at Springfield Lakes showcase many current trends like kids’ zones and butler’s pantries, as well as tried and true design concepts like the media room and seamlessly integrated outdoor alfresco dining area,” he said.
“If you’re considering building a new home, a display village should certainly be one of your points of call for design concepts and ideas and an indication of what your budget can buy.”
Lend Lease regional development manager, Ian Murray said Springfield Lakes was currently home to more than 13,700 residents with 30,000 people expected to call the masterplanned community home.
“In addition to the range of housing choices, Springfield Lakes has a lot to offer with 60 active community groups, 120ha of open space, including 27ha of lakes, 20km of hike and bike tracks and a series of free healthy-living activities,” he said.
Builders on display include Bella Properties (Queensland), Clarendon Homes, Coral Homes, Fresh Homes, Hallmark Homes, Invision Homes, McCarthy Homes, Metricon, Newstart Homes, Nuvo Homes, Oracle Platinum Homes, Own it Homes, Plantation Homes, Valeco Homes, Visual Diversity Homes, Steve Parcell Building Services and Stylemaster Homes.