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It’s your own private space

Architecturally designed homes

With a collection of clever, modern and intuitive designs on offer, our homes are built to be spacious, low-maintenance, environmentally sustainable and practical.

National Lifestyle Villages is committed to high quality, and we’ve achieved this by adopting modern materials and technology, coupled with new design innovations that includes tiled open-plan living and dining areas, passive solar orientation, built-in wardrobes and cupboards, island benches and storage sheds.

Our certified homes are built using high-grade, steel frame construction and concrete floors. They’re built stronger and more durable than brick-and-tile homes, and come with Australian Standards compliance and Structural Guarantees.

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"Our certified homes are built using high-grade, steel frame construction and concrete floors"

Turn-key Home and Landscaping Package includes:

  • Quality carpets and tiling
  • Window treatments
  • Light fittings
  • Built-in robes
  • Designer kitchens
  • Modern bathroom ensuites
  • Single and double carports
  • Outside storage shed
  • Private paved patio and entertaining areas
  • Clothesline
  • Landscaping
  • Fencing
  • Paving
  • Reticulation

What our lifestylers say

"This house is beautiful...people are amazed how big they are"

Cheryl

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"It was, pre our 1st tour of duty, that this story begins"

Bill E

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Bill E

I was part of the 1st National Service Ballot back in 1965. My intake was actually deferred for 6 months as I was studying in my role with the National Bank.

Being called up for National Service, meant that, like lots of other young Australian Men, I was sent to Puckapunyal for my military training. I was part of the 7th Battalion, which was made up of us National Service guys plus some fellas from the 3rd Battalion who had fought in Malaya.

At the time, we were a battalion without a mascot. The 5ths were known as the Tigers, the 8ths were known as the Stud Marinos (which Stan the Ram as their mascot) and so on.

It was, pre our 1st tour of duty, that this story begins. We had spent the February of 1966 day preparing for deployment, as our training had been completed. We were filling our days with medical examinations, equipment checking, marking our bags for easy identification etc.

We would do all this before the usual parading before Stand down at about 4pm. After Stand down, we would rush to change out of our uniforms and into some comfy tshirts and shorts, then retreat to the old Nissen Hut building for our evening fun.

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