• 3 November 2018

Keen buyers slide into park party

Villa World has welcomed more than 300 potential future residents and local guests to a Party in the Park celebration to mark the
grand opening of Covella’s park.
The leafy 1502-lot community in Greenbank hosted a free day of family fun complete with a jumping castle, free food trucks, face painting, games, prizes and balloon twister.
Villa World development director Queensland Peter Johnson said the new park was a big hit, and saw a flood of locals and keen house hunters.
“The feedback was fantastic,” he said.
“Everyone loved the project, the new park and how much green space Covella will offer.
“We have quite a lot of homes underway now, so people were wandering the streets eyeing off the new home designs and chatting to our sales team.”
The park introduces the launch of Covella’s Activ8 program, which encourages residents to lead healthy lifestyles by providing an abundance of outdoor activity options.
“As part of the Active8 concept Covella will promote an active community featuring parks, walking and running tracks and access to active and passive recreation zones,” Mr Johnson said.
“There will be something for the whole family – ample space for the little ones to play, recreation zones and plenty of opportunities to socialise.”
Houses are currently under construction and residents are expected to start moving into their homes in the coming weeks.
Mr Johnson said Covella was a lifestyle choice for families, and Villa World’s vision went beyond just providing housing.
“We’re building a liveable, connected and beautiful community where families can thrive and truly feel at home,” he said.
Covella offers blocks of land up to 665sq m at a starting price of $206,000. Buyers can select the lot builder of their choice.
With almost 50ha, or more than a third of the entire site devoted to green and open space, Covella residents will have easy access to a planned central community garden, parkland, walking and bike paths, bushland, sports fields, playgrounds and exercise hubs.