An award-winning community located in Lyndhurst. Families in this established community live amongst beautifully landscaped wetlands and enjoy all the amenity of Marriott Waters Shopping Centre with its supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, pharmacy and medical centre. Residents also have access to the gym, indoor pool and function spaces of the exclusive Club Marriott.
The final TWO Brookwater Townhouses are available now. From an exclusive collection of Porter Davis homes, these 3 bedroom homes offer sophisticated living with vistas of greenery and wetlands, perfect for first homebuyers or downsizers desiring urban, community living.
Available with only 10% deposit, no progress payments – just pay on completion – this opportunity is one you can’t afford to miss.
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Please find our Release flyers for the different sold out stages below for you to download.
Marriott Waters has won a suite of awards for innovation and conservation and has been acclaimed for its commitment to sustainability.
In 2011 it received the first accreditation under the UDIA Victoria’s progressive ‘EnviroDevelopment’ scheme and was recognized for its high level of conservation and the implementation of ecosystems, as well as its dedication to saving water and energy and embracing the community.
In 2013, it won two further awards – the prestigious UDIA Victoria Award for Excellence – Master Planned Development and the Melbourne Water Recognition Award for its integrated water cycle management.
7 December 2018
Villawood Properties has again been honoured by the UDIA Awards for Excellence, with Armstrong Mt Duneed receiving the Community Engagement Award, long-standing landscaping consultant Barry Murphy receiving the Judges' Award and Villawood's Executive Director, Tony Johnson, receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award.
14 November 2018
Recently, Rory was interviewed on Channel Nine's Destination Happiness about the Importance of Community, which is a topic everyone at Villawood Properties is passionate about.
29 October 2018
While it looks like we at Villawood have a bit of fun putting up the letters on the Geelong Ring Road hillside at Wandana, it is in fact part of our corporate social responsibility. It is something that we do take very seriously because companies, when they reach a critical mass, have a responsibility to give back to the community.