Illawarra’s ShellCove display home to launch this weekend

Illawarra’s ShellCove display home to launch this weekend
Illawarra’s ShellCove display home to launch this weekend

A new display centre will launch for ShellCove on the Illawarra’s South Coast this weekend from Allworth Homes.

There will be three new home designs, with a coastal living aspect, showcased at the opening from 12 July, with each of an open plan aspect and with an outside alfresco.

Other South Coast Allworth Homes centres are at South Nowra’s Twin Waters and Horsley’s Brooks Reach.

Managing director of Allworth Homes, Stephen Thompson, said that there should be strong sales on the South Coast.

“We are really upping the game with these designs. They well and truly speak to a modern audience – people that really want that ‘resort’ style living plan. There are a number of alternate floor plans available for each home and the façade designs are inter-changeable,” said Thomspon.

“As the display centre at ShellCove opens, another chapter closes. We have recently closed our Haywards Bay centre after being there for eight years. Our sales consultant from Haywards Bay, Terry Ryan, is moving over to ShellCove. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience of over 30 years.”

The three houses are Pembrey, Sebring and the Carlisle.

The Pembrey is a four-bedroom design with features including a hidden walk-in pantry and master with walk-in robe. It’s aimed at first home buyers, investors and downsizers. It is single storey and priced from $154,800.

The Sebring is a four-bedroom property for those wanting a larger living space option, and it features a media room and an alfresco dining area. It is single storey and priced from $150,400.

The Carlisle includes a butler’s pantry, a kids’ activity room and a home theatre and suits families. further details are still to be announced.

The display will be at 21 Apollo Drive, Shell Cove and will be open from 10am to 5pm.

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke was a property writer at Property Observer

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