- Wednesday 09 Nov 2016
Developer AVJennings is continuing its innovative approach to design with smaller smarter homes at one of the Sunshine Coast’s most popular residential communities, Creekwood, tapping into the trend toward more functional and affordable living.
AVJennings is building 25 two, three and four bedroom Designer Homes at Creekwood that have been designed to be desirable, functional, sustainable and affordable. The homes range from 136.6sqm to 213.9sqm.
According to AVJennings National Design Manager John Eckert smarter and smaller is the current design trend with more emphasis being placed on architecturally designed, small lot homes in suburban areas.
"Current lifestyle trends are impacting on new home design to ensure they provide cost effective, efficient, secure and stylish homes that suit the way we live today," he said.
"Smaller houses that are well planned can provide all the liveable attributes of a larger house yet they are more efficient in their use of natural resources, cost effective to occupy and require minimal maintenance which is desirable in a time poor society.
"The new Designer Homes at Creekwood have been thoughtfully designed with the clever arrangement of internal spaces that seamlessly link to well considered and oriented outdoor entertaining areas." Mr Eckert says there is a strong demand for quality, architectural design in today's market and AVJennings promotes design and innovation as the foundation of the new residential designs at Creekwood.
"The trend towards small lot living developed in response to people’s busier lives and need for more affordable new homes, however customers are not willing to compromise on space, liveability or lifestyle and nor should they," he said.
"Within the last decade the world has become increasingly design savvy. The information age has made good design instantly accessible to everyone, whether it is industrial design, fashion design or architectural design. "The architectural style of the Designer Homes is elegant and modernist with a layout that meets the needs of a range of lifestyles, from first home buyers through to families and retirees.
The floor plans have been well considered to provide a flexible lifestyle, with well-proportioned room sizes and efficient use of space.
The Designer Homes - which are selling from $344,900 - include a mix of single and double storey dwellings which are ideal for buyers looking for a quality new freehold title home set on a low maintenance lot."
They feature quality fittings and finishes throughout including stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances and reverse cycle air-conditioning to the living and main bedroom.
Creekwood is situated just ten minutes drive from the beach and in close proximity to the Sunshine Coast’s stunning hinterland, Caloundra and the Kawana Health Campus, with six primary and secondary schools within a five minute drive – including Meridan State College, which is directly across the road.
"Townhouse and smaller lot living is no longer the domain of the inner city suburbs but is a lifestyle choice that exists irrespective of its geographical location," Mr Eckert said.
"Owning your own home is the Australian dream and at Creekwood, buyers have the luxury of living in an established community, surrounded by enviable lifestyle amenities and everyday conveniences at a price they can afford.
The entire Creekwood community spans 50 hectares and on completion will feature a total of 370 townhomes, terrace and loft homes and 470 homesites. Three display homes have recently opened within the display village, with one more home due to open during May."
For information on the Designer Homes at Creekwood, phone (07) 5491 9017 or visit the Sales and Information Centre open 7 days 10am to 5pm – Cnr Creekwood Avenue and Hamilton Street, Meridan Plains.