Townsville developer serves up a treat for potential buyers
A TOWNSVILLE developer has served up a new campaign to attract buyers to The Orchard Estate in Jensen.
A breakfast masterclass with A Touch of Salt’s executive chef this morning, was part of the estate’s ‘lifestyle event series.’
The Orchard’s Sales Director, Paul Fotinos, said the development, tucked away in natural bush land off Darling Road in Jensen, could be difficult to find so the lifestyle events were formed to encourage people to visit.
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“We have developed a series of free lifestyle events to be hosted at our new Display House and sales centre over the next few months to entice people to come out and take a look,” Mr Fotinos said.
“The partnership with Michael Brine (Executive Chef) and A Touch of Salt, was a great opportunity for people to see how they can cook up a cheap gourmet breakfast and enjoy it on the patio overlooking the large back yard, surrounding natural bushland and open spaces that The Orchard boasts.
“The lifestyle events series was designed to be appealing enough to get people to come out and take a look and see what the community is like.”
Other events featured in the series are free dog wash days along with other events like do-it-yourself handy skills classes and fun runs.
Mr Fotinos also said the new display house and sales centre which opened three months ago had made a significant impact on foot traffic, which has translated to increased sales.
“Since opening the house we have seen a huge increase in people visiting the development and also spending more time here,” Mr Fotinos said.
“The house has really helped people envisage what living at The Orchard is like.
“To be able to spend some time in a home and get a feel for the community and the kind of lifestyle it provides has been really important for buyers and that is demonstrated with the sales made since opening the house.”