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These families are set to thrive at Acacia


“We knew we were on a good thing when we bought. Acacia was selling like hotcakes. It’s got family written all over it,” Michelle said.

Acacia’s wetlands are going to be the focus for the Simmonds family’s brand new home.

A 576sqm corner lot overlooking the wetlands became available at the 11th hour, and now they’re busy working out the design for their two storey family home. “Quite literally, the balcony will be the main feature of the house,” said Michelle.

 “We live nearby and there are lots of new estates around the area but Acacia has a lot of things the others were lacking,” Michelle said.

“We loved the lot, we loved the wetlands and there’s so much going on in the estate."

“There’s the future school, parks, a shopping centre, there’s even a community centre planned,” she said.

“For us with a young family, they’re all massive ticks in the box.”
Michelle says the family will grow and nine-month-old Byron will have brothers or sisters to explore the wetlands with and kick a football or throw a frisbee in the park.

 “We’ll be living in an estate but also surrounded by nature,” she said.

Brett and Michelle are upgrading from a home Michelle says isn’t suited to a growing family – and looking forward to living in Botanic Ridge, a suburb with a good name, as well as access to Casey Fields and the convenience of Cranbourne nearby.


“This will be our dream home. I don’t see us moving out of there in the next 10 years at least. We won’t outgrow it any time soon,” Brendan said.

Professional couple, Alisha Harvey and Brendan Andric looked hard to find the right lot.

A personal recommendation led them to Acacia at Botanic Ridge and they’re
very happy with their choice, and are now planning to build in 2016.

 “We needed a certain size lot to build the house we want – 500sqm plus – we’re going big with a 32 square home.”

They’re planning a four bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home with theatre, separate lounge, study and room for their dogs Dallas and Nevada.

Alisha and Brendan were among the buyers who moved quickly when the first lots were released.

“It’s away from everything, there’s lots of peace and quiet and we’ll be living in really nice surroundings when it all comes together,” Brendan said.

Brendan is looking forward to kicking the footy in the park and indulging in his love of music.

“Plus, it’s only 20 or 25 minutes to work for both of us,” he said.