Community invited to Calleya terrace home launch

An artist's impression of the terrace homes at the Calleya community in Treeby.
An artist's impression of the terrace homes at the Calleya community in Treeby.

NEW terrace homes offering a low-maintenance lifestyle in Treeby will be officially unveiled this weekend.

Designed by Hames Sharley architects and built by Dale Alcock Projects, stage 1A of Stockland’s The Terraces in the Calleya community comprises eight turn-key two-storey houses.

Each features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, seamless blend of indoor and outdoor areas, ample storage space, stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances, airconditioning and is priced from $440,000.

Buyers have snapped up three homes ahead of the event, which will include a free grazing box or potted succulent and barista coffee for the first 150 guests at 89 Clementine Boulevard on Saturday, April 6 from 10am to noon.

Stockland WA general manager Col Dutton said guests are encouraged to take a tour of the homes, which would appeal to a range of buyers including families, first-home buyers and downsizers.

Each house features stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances and seamless blend of indoor and outdoor areas.

“The Terraces offer the ultimate lock-and-leave lifestyle in beautifully designed homes with a clever open-plan design and low-maintenance front and rear gardens all on their own green title, meaning owners don’t have to worry about ongoing strata fees,” he said.

“The homes are a smart buy for people who don’t have a lot of time on their hands to maintain a home but still want to enjoy the benefits of living in a thriving neighbourhood with friendly outdoor spaces and landscaped laneways for extra entertaining space.”

Residents have easy access to public transport and the Kwinana Freeway, as well as the Cockburn Train Station.

They also get access to free outdoor yoga, boxing and cross-training sessions, an RSPCA dog school, school holiday activities for children and outdoor movie nights.

There is the option of joining a weekly park run on Saturday mornings.

For more details, visit the Stockland website.