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.Enquire Now
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
"Reminiscing about the 1961 Swan Districts Football Club Premiership"
Reminiscing about the 1961 Swan Districts Football Club Premiership
Swan Districts Football Club had never won a Premiership in the WAFL League Competition. We languished at the bottom end, you could have called us cellar dwellers. However in 1957 the WAFL introduced an extra competitive team into the structure. So now all clubs had a League, Reserves and Thirds team, the last being in the 18-20 years bracket. This enabled the clubs to have access to nurture and improve the football ability of up-and-coming players. Swans were the Thirds competition inaugural Premiers in 1957 and again in 1958 which gave the club a little hope for the future.
In 1960, Haydn Bunton, a South Australian, was elected League Coach. From the outset it was obvious that there would be a massive shake up. The placid Black Swan club emblem was ditched, and replaced by the fierce, black fighting one. Training began in the hot summer months at weekends as well as mid-week. Weekends were up and down sand hills at Scarborough through to Trigg and mid-week around the Swan River, swimming across it, and of course, on the oval. Blood, sweat and plenty of tears!
Busselton Lifestyler, Anne has lived all over the country in a range of similar village communities. But according to Anne, nothing compares to the coastal charm of Busselton.
Anne selected a 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom Sussex home and comments that it is so beautifully designed. “From the front it looks like a quaint little 1900s worker’s cottage, but once you get inside, it’s so vast and well laid-out.”
Plenty of storage
“The storage is brilliant. There’s a laundry with an ironing board facility and broom cupboard, a wall-to-wall robe in my bedroom and plenty of cupboards in my galley kitchen.”
“The sales ladies often show prospective buyers through my home and I am very proud of that.”
“I have lived all over the country, in various (non-NLV) village communities of different sizes, and Busselton Lifestyle Village is just the right size.”
“The management team is lovely, you can talk to them and they treat you like family.”
“We have a brilliant position right next to a park, there is a bike and walking track nearby and I love the access to Busselton town and the beach, which are just 2kms away.”
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