Display village of the future now open
Smart home systems, innovative kitchens, clever storage solutions, energy saving techniques, a wine rack which doubles as an art installation…
The very latest in new home design and technology has been unveiled in the new Sovereign Hills Display Village, now open and awaiting your visit.
York Street is the setting for Sovereign Hills’ third display village and the biggest and most sustainable yet, with 21 display homes from 15 leading builders.
They include award-winning builders: Adenbrook Homes, Better Homes & Developments, Coral Homes, Hotondo Homes, McDonald Jones Homes, Perry Homes, Pycon Homes and Constructions, Sorensen & Caldon Builders, Stroud Homes and Vaughan Homes.
“Builders have raised the stakes, showcasing striking cutting-edge designs constructed to an exceptional level,” exclaimed Sovereign Hills’ Michael Long.
Joining the village for the first time in 2021 are Rob Tate Homes, G.J. Gardner Homes, Hibbard Homes, MOJO Homes and Metricon.
“We’re extremely excited to welcome these quality builders to York Street. Each brings a wealth of new home construction experience ultimately offering visitors even more design choice, building advice and inspiration when planning their next home.”
York Street is a walk-through display village, with parking at both ends, allowing visitors to wander more freely and safely between homes.
Builders have ventured outside the box to deliver unique single and double-storey homes complete with classic and contemporary facades, while responding to the needs and desires of their customers.
From high-end kitchens and luxurious parent retreats, to study nooks, open plan living, and resort-style entertaining areas complete with pools, builders have truly demonstrated how in 2021 a home can become your haven.
There are also many display village firsts. Hotondo Homes has achieved an 8.6 NatHERS (energy) star rating through features such as polished concrete flooring, skylights, upgraded insulation, and passive heating and cooling techniques.
“This is our greenest village to date, as builders embraced solar power and employed more energy-saving products to reduce their carbon footprint.”
Rob Tate Homes is behind the village’s first duplex design as their popularity soars with not just investors but family members who want to live together or downsize and rent one side to generate an income.
Adenbrook Homes has transformed an entire home into a ‘design and build gallery’ enabling clients to make their colour and product selections on site.
The village is also a destination for lovers of home décor and interior design. Visitors will notice a distinct Hamptons influence and a minimalist approach by some builders.
Despite the end of the HomeBuilder grant, builders are anticipating another busy year ahead as more clients seek a new home to suit their new lifestyle in a regional area.
The display village builders welcome your visit. They’re open 7 days between 10am and 4pm.