Concrete poured on first Stables home

Nicole SalmeriSouth Western Times
The Stables on Spencer village developer Alex Karatamoglou, building consultant Mitch Delport and project manager Tristrem Lane all thrilled to have the first load of concrete poured in the new village.
Camera IconThe Stables on Spencer village developer Alex Karatamoglou, building consultant Mitch Delport and project manager Tristrem Lane all thrilled to have the first load of concrete poured in the new village. Credit: Nicole Salmeri.

The concrete was officially poured for the first home in the new Summit Homes Stables on Spencer village on Monday morning.

Summit Homes building consultant Mitch Delport said a lot of work had gone into the project, which began 10 months ago.

“We did all the designs and there was a lot of preliminary work behind the scenes,” Mr Delport said. “Our vision was to get 10 different designs all approved upfront before we hit the mar-ket.

“Now is the perfect time for potential buyers to register their interest to me.”

Mr Delport said having the designs approved made the village more attractive for buyers looking for a stress-free building process.

“If people come in and say ‘we want a single-storey or double-storey home, or a loft home — all of the designs were approved and all they have to do is just literally choose the one that they want and we just build,” he said.

Stables on Spencer project developer Alex Karatamoglou said the village was all about where it was situated.

“The thing about this village is definitely location, location, location,” Mr Karatamoglou said.

“You have a shopping centre down the road and you are only five minutes from the CBD.”

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