Take the kids over for a kick of the footy, enjoy family picnics, or laze under a tree and read the paper while the kids play.
Parklife is the life you’ve been waiting for, an established community with everything you need right on your doorstep.
And to protect your investment and ensure the quality of Parklife streetscapes, Bauenort have developed a short list of easy to follow design guidelines.
The purchaser (and any successor in title) is not permitted to build:
a) a dwelling the walls of which are constructed of exposed concrete or exposed concrete blocks;
b) a dwelling the walls of which are constructed of:
i. less than 65% brick veneer; or
ii. less than 65% masonry/stone;
c) a dwelling the roof of which is constructed other than of tiles, Colorbond or non-reflective steel deck;
d) boundary fences (being fences located on an external boundary) constructed other than of vertical treated pine with capping and front fences in excess of 1.2 metres in height;
e) a dwelling made from a ‘kit home’ (or cabin type structure);
f) a dwelling of a relocatable nature;
g) a dwelling or any outbuilding made from or using any materials other than new materials; and
h) more than 1 dwelling on the lot,
and shall not subdivide the burdened lot.
The form of the restrictive covenants will be documented on each Plan of Subdivision within Parklife, Traralgon, and will be registered on title from settlement.