New show home soon to be complete
With show homes recently opened in Preston’s Park and Te Whariki subdivisions business has never been busier for the team at multi-award winning Christchurch-based construction company Greenland Homes.
Senior design and build consultant Cheryl Hampton says that while Greenland Homes has enjoyed strong word-of-mouth growth since it was established in 2004, the new show home in Preston’s Park has really sparked interest.
“We’ve been discovered. “That show home represents so much of what we actually do—which is providing incredible value for money.”
Founded by managing director Sean Zhao, Greenland Homes’ depth and breadth of work encompasses a wide range of projects from ﬁrst homebuyer homes to high-density apartment buildings to multimillion-dollar architectural homes.
Cheryl says that Greenland Homes currently operates ﬁve construction crews who have worked together for over ﬁve years. “What’s really good is that they all know what our product expectation is and what the project deliverables are.
“We have two or three external designers who work on the project from concept to technical drawings, council consent and right through the other side – so they’re very knowledgeable about the build and, along with Sean, can respond to any build questions the builder might have.”
With a new show home in Rolleston’s Falcon’s Landing due for completion in May of 2019, people seeking out high quality homes at affordable pricing predestine Greenland Homes for even greater discovery.
The 267sqm show home will showcase a lifestyle home and all that is good about a home built by Greenland Homes.
“It’s an expansive family home, designed to provide plenty of large spaces for the family to spread out and enjoy as well as the must have outdoor ﬂ ow to large sheltered decked areas.”
Cleverly designed in the shape of an ‘H’, the kitchen/dining area becomes the homes central family hub connecting wings either side and ensuring plenty of light and warmth ﬂows through the rooms.
Four generous bedrooms occupy one wing, while the other consists of a formal dining room and two separate living spaces.
The ability to park a boat or extra vehicles out the rear of the drive through garage is another bonus.
“The level of inclusions is our usual high standard, featuring a combination of 2.55m and 2.7m stud heights throughout as well as over-height doors delivering better air and heat ﬂow.
“Bamboo and tiled ﬂoor areas, a wood burner, engineered stone bench tops to kitchen, pantry, laundry and scullery is also standard.”
With extensive experience in the design and build industry and a reputation for business development, Cheryl joined the team midway through 2018 and
has been impressed with Greenland Homes’ very high level of workmanship.
“The quality of workmanship is consistently very high and that is supported by the large number of Registered Master Builder Awards that we’ve won since ﬁrst entering in 2014. But it’s not just the quality—it’s also the high level of standard inclusion in the build. It is always the extras that make the difference.”
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