Queensland builders show you can have your cake and eat it too

Queensland builders show you can have your cake and eat it too

first_imgBask Homes display with a starting price of $225,932 including upgrades are part of the Vale Display Village in Holmview, Logan.“This prompted us to produce something people can relate to, a versatile home with a well-laid-out design that can fit a lot of features and remain homey.” More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor7 hours agoThe DeKor Homes display has an open-living floorplan, showcasing the indoor-outdoor aspect that is proving a trend among Queensland homeowners. Bask Homes director Peter Andersen, said home buyers were no longer settling for basic homes and instead were now focusing on liveable aspects, like larger master suites and separate living areas, without compromising on privacy or finances.“It all comes down to good architectural design,” Mr Andersen said. “People are genuinely surprised when they come and see what can be built with a design that is specifically for that block and that there really isn’t a compromise on anything.” Stockland regional manager David Laner said home designs were constantly evolving to suit modern lifestyles and it was exciting to see the latest trends on show at the Village. Vale Display Village has opened at Holmview, Logan, featuring seven Queensland builders.BUYERS looking for more bang for their buck might be in luck with Stockland’s new display village at Holmview promising life’s little luxuries but on a first-home owner budget.The village includes seven homes with all including luxuries not usually found in the first-home buyer market, such as butler’s pantries, multiple living spaces and large outdoor areas.Officially opened last month, the Vale Display Village at Holmview features homes from Queensland builders including Metricon, Ausmar Homes, Bask Homes, Integra Homes, Neptune Homes, Colossal Homes and DeKor Homes. DeKor Homes director Jason Krueger said the demand for new homes by first homeowners was strong, however people were trying to fit a lot into their blocks due to limited budgets. “We’ve noticed people buying blocks suited to their budget, then trying to fit too much into the space inefficiently,” he said. One of the displays at Vale Display Village, Holmview, Logan.“Vale at Holmview caters for a wide range of budgets and lifestyles and the homes on show in our new display village demonstrate what can be achieved with the experience and guidance of our professional builder partners,” Mr Laner said. “The homes are very spacious and extremely liveable and it all comes down to good design and a knowledge of what homeowners value most.” Holmview has also just announced that its $1 million park is under construction set to be a huge drawcard for families throughout the region.The 1.4ha park will include a multi-level play tower, in-ground trampolines, a tunnel slide and a spinning carousel.There will also be plenty of space to play sports, have a picnic or run your dog in the off leash area.last_img


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