Family-friendly community a drawcard for new buyers
First homebuyers are snapping up property at Villa World’s $200 million The Meadows, with stage three almost sold out.
Following strong sales and the success of stage one late last year, The Meadows has fast tracked construction.
The Strathpine development on Brisbane’s northside has secured 137 sales since its launch 18 months ago which Villa World Development Queensland director Peter Johnson attributed to the family-friendly aspect of the community.
“The Meadows’ parklands which includes a playground, walking track, exercise stations and community gardens has been a real drawcard for young families, where they are able exercise, socialise and relax,” he said.
“Our residents feel comfortable knowing their neighbours have also bought at The Meadows for its sense of community and family-oriented focus.”
Mr Johnson said The Meadows was one of Villa World’s Active8 communities, with a 2km cycle loop, sit-up benches, push-up bars and a range of interactive exercise stations.
Marvin and Crislayn Tenio and their two daughters moved into their four-bedroom home at The Meadows after realising their budget would not get them far in Sydney.
“Our family did a weekend trip to inspect homes around Brisbane, but nothing came close to the product and value we were getting at The Meadows,” Mrs Tenio said.
“We managed to stick to our budget, getting a brand-new family home that we love, and we were also entitled to the first homeowners grant, which was a real bonus.’’
The Meadows feature a collection of contemporary family homes and will comprise 393 homes upon completion.