Street party at Calleya Estate in Treeby a chance to check out latest home design trends and features


A street party is being held at Calleya Estate this weekend, with the chance to check out the latest design trends and home features..
Street party at Calleya Estate in Treeby a chance to check out latest home design trends and features
Street party at Calleya Estate in Treeby a chance to check out latest home design trends and features
A street party is being held at Calleya Estate this weekend, with the chance to check out the latest design trends and home features..

HOMEBUYERS looking to buy and build in the Calleya Estate are invited to a street party at the Treeby community this weekend.

Hosted by the Homebuyers Centre, Celebration Homes and Dale Alcock Homes, the event will allow people to check out the latest design trends and home features in the new display village at the Stockland community while enjoying free entertainment, food and giveaways.

Homebuyers Centre will also launch their display home in February.

Design and development manager Joel Meek said key looks in 2018 included homes with a contemporary style elevation and an open-plan layout.

The new display features high ceilings with down lighting or feature pendants in the living areas, which add a homely feel, luxe bathrooms with showers with 2m high tiling and pivot doors and a spacious master bedroom with a sizeable walk-in robe and fully appointed ensuite.

“New-home buyers will also enjoy home designs which allow flexibility and cleverly use space, such as an activity area,” Mr Meek said. “A multi-purpose activity room has been included in our display home, just off the open-plan living area, which can be used in a number of ways; such as a games room: sitting room with study nook or even children’s play room.

“Our stylist has gone with a modern, neutral colour palette for the internal colour selections, which is reflective of the trends new- home buyers are currently enjoying.

“The neutral tones also ensure the home caters for a wide range of clientele and will be complemented by rich gold, rust and green tones in the home decor, which is inspired by the native bushland of the area and will add a sense of warmth to the home.”

The event will be held from noon to 2pm on Saturday, February 3 at the Cedarleaf entrance to the estate.

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