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Earlier this month, Manjit
and Amandep began
building their new home
at Manzeene Village in
Lara. The couple who run
a transport business in
Geelong together, are both
looking forward to their
new life in the community.
“It’s going to be really good, we like
having access to the freeway. We
both work in Geelong which is 20
minutes away, having access to the
freeway will make it easy to run our
business,” said Manjit.
“Manzeene offers us a really
good lifestyle. We can easily visit
our friends who are living in the
West, commute to Melbourne and
visit the coast on our weekends.”
After months of searching for
a place to build their home, the
couple were referred to Manzeene
Village by their builder at Carlisle
Homes. They instantly fell in love
with the lifestyle Lara had to offer.
“It is the perfect place to
raise our family, there’s plenty of
parkland in the community for
our children to play and activities
nearby for us to do as a family on
weekends,” said Manjit.
“The price was very reasonable
and we were able to build a spacious
home for our growing family.”
Manjit and Amandep have built
a single storey home, with four
bedrooms and two bathrooms
allowing for spacious family living.
Being closer to family and friends is
a priority for the couple, who have
just had a baby boy.
“We regularly catch up with
friends on the weekend, to play
cricket and listen to the music we
like. Raising our family close to
family and friends is a priority for
us,” said Manjit.
“We are looking forward to
becoming part of a tight knit
community, and getting to know
our future neighbours as they
begin to move in as well.”
Manjit and his family are looking forward to meeting their future neighbours.
“We can easily visit our
friends who are living in
the West, commute to
Melbourne and visit the
coast on our weekends.”
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