Australia’s biggest and most established display home organisation, HomeWorld, has officially opened its new display home village in Thornton in NSW’s Hunter region.
“It’s with great pride that we announce the opening of our brand new village in the Hunter, an area we’ve been a part of for more than 15 years,” HomeWorld CEO, Phil Jones.
Bringing together 14 leading building companies, HomeWorld Thornton features 43 new display homes to help people discover, create and build their dream home.
The new HomeWorld Thornton has a diverse range of homes to explore from duplex to acreage living, sloping blocks and innovative new designs for future family living. Each builder showcases the latest in floor plans, interior design and technology.
With so many builders on site, visitors are able to compare their options, to find out what designs are available beyond the display homes and to ask about current local promotions.
Phil also announced at the opening that HomeWorld will be providing a scholarship to the Hunter Trade College at Telarah as well as subsidising tool kits for their students.
“We are passionate about the building/construction industry and people, so this program is one that we actively sought out to support students who want to become part of the industry in the local area,” Phil said.
HomeWorld Thornton features a range of display homes from the following builders:
1. Allworth – 4 new homes
2. Beechwood Homes – 5 new homes
3. Coral Homes – 4 new homes
4. Eden Brae Homes – 3 new homes
5. Fowler Homes – 3 new homes
6. Hotondo Hunter – 1 new home
7. Huxley Homes – 1 new home
8. Integrity New Homes – 2 new homes
9. Masterton Homes – 3 new homes
10. McDonald Jones Homes – 5 new homes
11. Mojo Homes – 3 new homes
12. Montgomery Homes – 3 new homes
13. Rawson Homes – 3 new homes
14. Burbank – 3 new homes
Launched in 1985, HomeWorld is a co-op representing 44 of Australia’s leading, competitive homebuilders, and with the launch of the new village in Thornton, HomeWorld now showcases more than 200 different display homes at HomeWorld villages in Kellyville, Camden North and Thornton.
Image | HomeWorld CEO, Phil Jones
Launched in 1985, HomeWorld is a co-op representing 44 of Australia's leading, competitive homebuilders, and with the launch of the new village in Thornton, HomeWorld now showcases more than 200 different display homes at HomeWorld villages in Kellyville, Camden North and Thornton.