Master-planned for community


The shape of Australian residential housing is changing dramatically and a peak example of just how much will soon be apparent in Villawood Properties’ new Coridale community at Lara.

Villawood’s pointed focus on community, on bringing neighbours together to form lasting friendships, is more than just a handy factor for newcomers to greenfield sites.

It’s about building sustainable communities from the ground up. About building communities of people who know and look out for one other.

It’s about communities where kids can engage with nature, and play in parks and playgrounds that pique their curiosity and challenge them physically as they grow.

A resort-like Residents’ Club will will feature a fully-equipped gym, a swimming pool and multi-purpose sports court.

Residents can catch up with friends, host birthdays and get-togethers in a club function room. They can also watch kids in active and social play from the sanctuary of the club’s parents lounge.

Think eat, play, relax.

The master-planned Coridale will host a supermarket, retail and community centre. Among its tree canopies, hand-picked from local tree nurseries, residents will never be more than minutes from a park.

Parents’ morning jogs can be enjoyed along a beautifully-landscaped reserve while kids’ sporting dreams can be nurtured at the district sports grounds. Wetlands will be home to paths and an abundance of native wildlife.

Coridale’s built-in amenity will be complemented by nearby primary and secondary schools, dining and retail. Close to Lara and Geelong, and comfortable distance from Melbourne, Coridale will offer the best of country and city living.

It is with projects like Coridale that Villawood Properties is raising the benchmarks of Australian residential housing. It’s imperative is specific designs to enhance social connection and healthy, fun lifestyles.

The new way of residential living.

Villawood has a raft of industry awards for its masterplanning, its design, community engagement, sustainability, environmental work and more.

The 1107-lot Coridale is the first new community in the Lara West corridor and will make up 20 per cent of the area’s total 6000 new homes. It is bordered by Patullos, O’Hallorans and Windermere roads.

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