We want the finest humanity known to, er, humanity. We want it here, and we want it now. It is here, in the Perry Lakes development. Imagine calling the ambo from your home. “It’s near the intersection of Equality and Destiny.” Is it your destiny to buy here? Or – the humanity! – can’t you afford it?
If you can’t afford it, why not be in the draw for the Lone Pine, the Quinn’s Post, the Hill 60 and the Krithia? The link doesn’t seem to have the details, but the media release said: “We wanted to do something special to honour the legacy, the sacrifice, tradition and spirit of the ANZACs and the 100 years of service by Australian men and women,” Mr Traini said. “We’re proud that this prize, whether the winner rents the homes for $165,880, sells or lives in them will be a real life change for one Australian.
“The main stand-alone five-bedroom, three-bathroom house with spectacular waterfront views and plunge pool has been named Lone Pine and includes ANZAC artwork and a special edition ANZAC book.
“The other three four-bedroom, three-bathroom open-plan homes also have magnificent water views and have been named after the Gallipoli battlefields of Quinn’s Post, Hill 60 and Krithia.”
All up it’s worth $3.4 million, which probably gets you a shed (assembly not included) on 50 sq m in Perry Lakes. I trust the Lone Pine has wrs, an ubo, and a pty. The photos are lovely.