Warralily Now Open!
Carlisle Homes have recently opened a new display centre at the Warralily Estate located at Armstrong Creek between Geelong and Torquay, just 45 minutes from Melbourne.
Four beautiful new homes are on display at Warralily including the Ascot, Hansen, Savannah and the Westbury Mk2. The Hansen, Savannah and Westbury are designs from the T-Range that reflect contemporary living and value for money, while the Ascot from the Affinity Collection depicts the elegance and exceptional reputation that Carlisle Homes is renowned for.
The Ascot provides a smooth flow between zones, creating a home that separates recreation from accommodation. When meandering through the home, the dedicated activity hubs will grab your attention, as will the lavish master suite at the front of the home that offers a quiet retreat for busy parents.
Enjoy a light-filled home with plenty of space for all the family. Open-plan living brings the kitchen, family and alfresco areas together while the rest of the house features four bedrooms including a front master suite, and rumpus - with the fourth bedroom having the flexibility to be converted into a study.
Designed with four bedrooms, and great living spaces, the functional design of the Savannah presents a home to suit various lifestyles and needs. The rumpus at the rear of the house is perfect for keeping an eye on kids’ activities.
The Westbury Mk2 is an inspired design that creates great flow, leading to the vast open-plan living space usually found in a much larger home. This light-filled home caters perfectly for families with young children.
This Saturday August 25th and Sunday 26th we will have a barista coffee cart at our new display centre at Warralily from 11am-5pm and face painting for the kids. So come and join us in the opening of our latest display display centre at the Warralily Estate, Armstrong Creek.
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