Display Village Is Masterful

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Display Village Is Masterful


BELLE Eden Estate unveiled its new display village last Friday, showcasing a range of homes from six of the best builders in Bundaberg.

C[pounds sterling]Original planning for this display village started back in early 2011 when we were approached to present a village in Bundaberg,C[yen] Belle Eden Estate development manager Mike Farrell said.

C[pounds sterling]After a lot of negotiation and a couple of extraordinary storm events, we are a now able to present the Belle Eden Display Village to Bundaberg.C[yen]

The new village was officially opened by Mayor Mal Forman, with the councilCOs chairman of planning and development Cr Ross Sommerfeld and director for Belle Eden David Hall also attending.

During the weekend, hundreds of people descended on the estate to check out the latest offerings from some of the top builders in the region.

C[pounds sterling]People ranged from young couples with kids in tow to older couples looking for the lifestyle,C[yen] Mr Farrell said.

He said the display village was home to six of the best builders in Bundaberg, showcasing the talents, ideas, concepts and products of each, in one area.

C[pounds sterling]Our six best builders include Ascot Homes, Bundy Homes, Coral Homes, Jeff Lennox Homes, Kleidon Masterbuilt Homes and PJ Burns Builders,C[yen] Mr Farrell said.

At Belle Eden Estate, you can expect to find beautiful homes surrounded by pathways, lush parklands and play areas.

C[pounds sterling]We at Belle Eden intend to uphold high standards by constantly showcasing our estate as the most liveable estate in the Bundaberg region,C[yen] Mr Farrell said. …

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