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December 13, 2019

Bertrand, his wife Htwe and two children, Annabelle and Oliver, have just celebrated their first Christmas in their new home at Watagan Park.

Watagan Park is known for its close community atmosphere and beautiful surrounds, which is why many families are flocking to the estate to set up their forever home. Bertrand, 33, and wife Htwe, 30, couldn’t resist the charm of the area, and with their two young children, Annabelle, 4, and Oliver, 1, they made the move just in time for Christmas.

“Watagan Park looked very beautiful! The entrance to the estate has those beautiful trees, and the surrounding bushland made the place very peaceful and inviting,” shares Bertrand.

Bertrand was originally from Mauritius and Htwe from Burma (Myanmar). He is a nursing student at Avondale College and works in the college bookshop, while she is a nurse at Sydney Adventist Hospital. Together, they decided that Watagan Park was the most affordable option for their young family.

“It was cheaper to build a brand new home than to buy an established home at the time for us,” says Bertrand.

They were also sold on the friendliness of the neighbours and the closeness of the estate to Avondale School, which is where they plan on sending their kids in the near future.

The building process for Bertrand and Htwe went very smoothly, only taking around five months to complete. They are excited to start enjoying everything the Watagan Park lifestyle has to offer.

“My family likes adventures, and there are plenty of bushlands (perfect for our kids who love camping, enjoying the outdoors and exploring nature), bushwalks and the Watagan Mountains are very close by. The gym and local swimming pool is also about six minutes from us,” explains Bertrand.

Join us in extending a warm welcome to this friendly family!

For more stories on living, creating and exploring the local neighbourhood, read the summer edition of the Watagan Park Wanderer Magazine here.

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