July 16, 2019

First-home buyers, Steph and Jesse, are seeking adventure with their move to Watagan Park, and are excited to become a part of this welcoming and friendly community.

Steph and Jesse are a young couple in their mid-twenties, who have always dreamt of building a house they could call their own. Jesse works as a carpenter/home renovator while Steph is an assistant manager in the air conditioning industry, and the two were elated to have been able to save for their first home. Here they share with us their experiences building at Watagan Park, and what they look forward to most with their move.

How is the building process going for you at Watagan Park?

The process is going quite quickly. We purchased our block before it was registered and before any civil works were done back in June 2018, and our house is due for completion in August. We are very excited! It’s quite daunting being a first-home buyer, but we are so grateful for the team at JPG and Beechwood Homes for working with us and guiding us through the whole process.

What attracted you to the Watagan Park area?

The neighbourhood. We loved that the residents within Watagan Park were friendly and helpful even before we purchased our block. We also liked that it was a smaller community.

What is it about Watagan Park that suits your lifestyle?

We seek adventures and love getting outdoors, always searching for new things to do. The adventure is right on the edge of Watagan Park, with bushland and local trails that are literally at our back doorstep. We can’t wait to start exploring what Watagan Park has to offer.

How would you describe Watagan Park to others?

Watagan Park is well-presented, affordable (especially for first-home buyers), close enough to work and other commitments, and to top it all off, it has stunning views of the Watagan Mountains.

You can follow more of their building journey on Instagram @ourbeechwoodbuild

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

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