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1300 805 505
YP PROUD BUILDER --
BUILDING ALL OVER SA
Receive up to $23,500 to build your new home
FIRST home owners can now receive
up to $23,500 in grants thanks to
new housing reforms announced by
the state government.
The First Home Owners Grant will
be increased from $7000 to $15,000
if building or buying a new home.
Additionally, anyone, not just first
home buyers, can apply for an $8500
Housing Construction Grant for a new
home valued up to $400,000 until
The state government hopes the
grant reforms will restore confidence
in the building and real estate
Country Living Homes, Moonta,
managing director Mark Ravenscroft
said the reforms will make new
housing more affordable and
encourage people to build.
"The grants are definitely needed as
the building industry has been around
20 to 30 per cent down," Mr
"There has never been a better time
to build with land prices and builders'
margins down add low interest rates
and now the grants and hopefully it
should give the potential consumer
more confidence which will bring
confidence to the industry as a whole."
In conjunction with the already
attractive government grants, Country
Living Homes is offering giveaway
packages tailored to suit your lifestyle.
Mr Ravenscroft advises potential
builders to get in quick, before it's too
For more information, phone
1300 805 505 or visit the website
www countrylivinghomes com au
GET IN BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE
Up to $23,500 for first home owners and $8500 for new
dwellings for contracts signed before 30th June, 2013.
Enquire with our professional sales team about how YOU, the potential client, can
save thousands of dollars with giveaway packages personally tailored to suit YOUR
lifestyle. There has never been a better time to build with Country Living Homes!
2A Rossiters Road
Beachfront views without the beachfront price
Five bedroom, double brick house on 858sqm approx
block. In three sections, living at front 95sqm, ablutions
37sqm, passage 15sqm, bedrooms 85sqm (main with
sea view), total size 232sqm. Needs revamping inside,
choose your own colours, carpets and curtains, outside
front levelled, path to front completed, carport, garage
workshop, two garden sheds.
Phone 0409 673 101
PS. Extremely nice neighbours around, suit retired couple.
With rooms for the family and grandchildren in holidays.
1333Ha "Raglass" 3295Ac
Only 30km east of Hallett, with easy access. Open flats to
slightly undulating land comprising of Bindi, natural
clovers and grasses, spear grass, timber shelters for stock.
Large % of new plain wire fencing with steel droppers and
pine posts. Watered via two equipped bores, solar panel,
submersible pump and 1 windmill on bore, having
250-300mm rainfall. Great opportunity to acquire sheep
grazing block within close distance to major stock market.
RLA62833. Web ID: 4763700.
Rob Stephens 0407 715 862; Elders Burra 8892 2001
LOCATED in the popular
Edithburgh and only 3
years old, this home aptly
fits the cliche "move in and
enjoy", according to
"Two bedrooms have
walk-in robes, two have
built-ins and the main has
an ensuite as well," Wayne
area is functional as well as
attractive; it has a well-
equipped kitchen with a
large cooktop, long break-
fast bar, dishwasher and
plenty of cupboard space.
tioning is there for the rare
occasions it's needed and
the laundry leads out to
the tidy backyard where
the envirocycle septic sys-
tem waters the fruit trees
"A 2.5kVA solar power
system and gas hot water
keep energy costs to a
minimum and there's
22,500 litres of rainwater
plumbed to the house.
"The fully cemented 40'
x 20' x 10' shed, with
power connected, is per-
fect to house the boat, car-
avan and vehicles.
"All that's left to do is
add your own personal
touches and enjoy the
relaxed lifestyle on offer."
Near new four-bedroom home
Location: 1 Mary Street, Edithburgh
Agent: Landmark Harcourts Minlaton, RLA102485
Contact: Wayne Hickman, 0488 532 023
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