A NEW Banjup display village is brimming with double-storey designs following Perth buyers’ renewed interest in two-level homes.
Stockland’s Calleya village on Aniseed Road and Wattleseed Avenue has 34 showcase homes, 10 of which span two storeys.
WA general manager Col Dutton said Stockland had experienced an increase in the number of inquiries and buyers opting for double-storey residences at its seven WA communities, especially from families and upgraders with older children.
He said buyers wanting to maximise their indoor living areas and number of bedrooms were fuelling the trend.
“Buyers who opt for two-storey homes can maximise their recreational space on their block of land,” Mr Dutton said.
“Two-storey homes also leave plenty of room for a good-sized backyard and swimming pool.”
Mr Dutton said Stockland worked closely with builder partners at its communities to create home designs suited to all budgets and lifestyles.
“When choosing whether to build single-storey or double-storey, our customers are advised to carefully consider what style of home will best suit their stage of life,’’ he said.
“Families with older children usually prefer two-storey homes because they can provide greater separation in living areas and there is also the potential for a larger backyard.”
The display village’s completion follows the unveiling of 20 home sites at the new Grandis Village in the northeast pocket of the Calleya community.
The lots range from 375sqm to 510sqm and are priced from $316,100 to $387,000.
Mr Dutton said the blocks would especially appeal to buyers wanting to live in a private enclave of larger homes against a natural backdrop with everything at the doorstep.
The 145ha Calleya community will ultimately deliver more than 1800 new homes within easy reach of parks, playgrounds and open spaces.
Mr Dutton said Calleya’s location was ideal, with excellent road and rail links to the CBD, beach and beyond.
“Calleya’s residents will have easy access to the Cockburn Gateway regional shopping centre and a choice of healthcare and local schools,’’ he said.
“These are complemented by the primary school and neighbourhood shops planned within Calleya itself.’’
The community features a $1.8 million adventure park with in-ground trampolines, 6m sky cabin and twisting slide.
Land at Calleya ranges from 250sq m to 510sq m and priced from $235,000 to $387,000.
For more information or to register interest for land releases, visit the sales and information centre on Cilantro Parkway, call |13 52 63 or go to www. stockland.com.au/calleya.