Construction Update – October 2015
October 12, 2015
Look beyond the gate!
If you have been driving past Nature’s Edge and wondering, where are all the beautiful houses? It’s time you look past the tree line and book an appointment to view the site for yourself. This secluded village is not visible from the entry or sales office so if you wish to see what everyone is talking about make sure you call into the sales office and get a personalised tour.
This month construction workers have been on the move across three sections of the Nature’s Edge site, including The Dawn, Boulevard and the latest release of Stage 1.
New to the site this month is the beautiful gated entrance, although still under construction it will feature four tiled walls, including feature signage. The automatic gate with remote control access will give residents peace of mind and will include a professional telecom service, connected to occupant’s homes.
Construction has been moving along at speed on three homes along The Boulevard with workers completing framework, interior walls, floors and exterior rendering.
Nature’s Edge Site Manager Lyn Morrison says she expects major construction on the homes to be complete before Christmas, with one of the new developments to be opened as a display home for interested buyers.
“It’s exciting to see the work moving along so quickly, especially given the location and the proximity to the gated entrance,” Lyn said.
“The Boulevard will be one of the first visitors to the site will see as they have been placed close to the gated entrance and within easy walking distance to the planned $2 million Leisure Centre.”
By far the most exciting development on site this month has been happening in the new release of Stage 1, with all 45 blocks pegged out, roads being laid and footings poured ready for construction.
The elevated blocks are proving to be a standout feature among interested buyers, with the lush surrounding rainforest key to this location’s unique buying point.
Lyn says interested buyers should take the opportunity to view the site before major construction begins.
“Seeing each block pegged out with roads already in place really gives you an idea of where the houses will be built and the size of the blocks,” she said.
“Standing back from the street it is incredible to see the work that has already been completed and it’s exciting to see how the plans are all coming together.”
Builders will start work on the first five homes next month.
The tranquillity is evident as you stroll through the streets of The Dawn, with just five houses to be completed the mood is ambient.
Painters, renderers and landscapers are hard at work applying the finishing touches to each of the homes, with work expected to be complete by the end of the year.
Lyn says occupants of The Dawns are enjoying the peace and quiet the spectacular rainforest setting has to offer, already making the most of their outdoor entertainment areas to plant vegetable gardens and welcome in the native bird wildlife.
“There is a real sense of community already at The Dawn, with each new occupant taking the time to get to know their neighbour without being intrusive,” Lyn said.
“We value all our new and future occupants, making their move in as smooth and carefree as possible.”