Windermere deemed ideal for raising family’s

With ample family-friendly amenity on-site, including a childcare centre, sporting facilities, playgrounds, plenty of open green spaces and four schooling options, Windermere has proven popular with first home buyers wanting to raise their children there. Hear from three first home buyer couples first-hand on why they chose Windermere over other masterplanned communities.


Emily Leonard and Brandon Jackson bought their lot with a view to their long-term future.

“We chose Windermere for a number of reasons. It’s close to the new train station, the four schools, the wetlands and parks look amazing and freeway access. The video at the display suite made the community look great with everything we need. We plan to stay there and raise a family. I can really see us having kids there with the childcare centre and play areas.”
Emily Leonard

Nadine Manzella and Vanessa Russo cited convenience in on-site schooling as a major drawcard.

“We bought at Windermere for the location – it’s close proximity to the freeway and new train station. It’s also basically halfway between the Melbourne CBD and Geelong CBD, so you can be based between the two quite easily. We also love the open spaces and the fact that it’s so affordable. My son will be attending school next year so having the school in the community will be amazing.
Nadine Manzella

Manpinderjit Kaur Gill and Nishant Tack found Windermere an affordable community to raise their family in.

“We chose Windermere because it’s near Werribee station so I can get to work easily. Plus, with all the childcare and other amenity the community will offer, it’s a place that we can stay for the long-term and raise our family. We also found it really affordable for the area.”
Manpinderjit Kaur Gill