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Timber, wood and stone are combined for sophisticated effect in Scott Salisbury Homes’ new display home at Lightsview.


Lightsview community news

Around the neighbourhood

Home for good

Urban edge

Catch up on Lightsview’s community

More than $90,000 was raised for charity

Starting at just $350,950, Lightsview’s

news, from developments at the

from a successful partnership between

Urban Garage home is the ideal modern

Freshview Market to upcoming events

Rendition Homes and Lightsview.

home base with the perfect clever design.

In focus: Terrace 344 Ingenious, fresh architecture brings a

More choice, closer to the city

Scott Salisbury Homes’ fourth display

European feel to Lightsview in this three-

Lightsview’s housing range is diverse,

home at Lightsview charms with

bedroom home priced from just $394,950.

suited to any budget and only 8km

Terrace 238: Pushing the boundaries

from the city!

and plans for the suburb.

Family and friendly character and contemporary features.

New apartments: Best of both worlds Lightsview’s future Town Centre takes shape with the release of the suburb’s second round of apartments with prices starting from only $295,000.


Lightsview masters doing more with less in the Terrace 238.

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Around the neighbourhood

Van Nuygen is a regular stallholder selling fresh produce from his Virginia market garden.

Market blooms in wintry weather

Harvest time

Lightsview’s Sunday morning Farmers’ Market is going from

Lightsview’s home gardeners are gearing up for another year

strength to strength, even as the weather remains cool.

building their skills with Urban Sprout and the Magic Harvest

Open every Sunday throughout winter, the market is looking to grow and diversify in the near future.

program. Under the watchful eye of gardener Paula Winen, many residents will spend winter and spring learning techniques for producing their own fruit and vegetables in the communal

“We want to try and get as much variety into it as possible so you can do almost all of your shopping at the market,” says market manager David Cook. “In the next two months we’re going to be expanding to have up to 25-30 stalls each week and we’ll be hoping to get more of the community involved.” With an emphasis on local, organic and pesticide-free produce,

garden beds near the Urban Lights Café. This is the third year running for the successful horticulture lessons, which have sprouted more than a few green thumbs around the suburb. If you’re interested in learning how to keep those veggies alive, visit or call 8261 1888 for more details. Paula Winen, Magic Harvest Convenor.

shopping at the market is as good for you as it is for farmers. The market is located at the corner of City View Boulevard and Folland Avenue, opposite the Sales and Information Centre. It’s on every Sunday between 8am and 1pm. For more information call 0409 929 070.

What’s on at Lightsview


The coming months at Lightsview are full of community events

Be it an outdoor movie screening, school holiday activity or a

that will get you (and the kids) out of the house.

special event like the Festival, there’s always something to do

Excited about the idea of building a strong and diverse community, Lightsview organises events that happen year round. As the

Viewpoint would like to heartily thank Kirsty Allison from Scott Salisbury Homes for help in coordinating our cover story ‘Family and friendly, which we captured at ‘Parksfield’. We’d also like to extend our gratitude to Scott Salisbury Homes’ General Manager Lyndon Henman for his time. Jeremy, Paulo and Lisa from the Urban Lights Café, thank you for allowing us to photograph at your café and for the delicious pizza (photographed). Special thanks to Sue and Neil for being so generous with the story of your latest purchase and to David Cook for your insightful interview as well. Finally, a big thank you to Jonathan van der Knaap for so ably capturing the imagery of this edition.

evenings get longer and cool weather clears out, it’s a particularly good time for meeting friends and neighbours in the local area.

at Lightsview. For more information on these events, call us on 8261 1888, follow us on Facebook ( or register your contact details at to receive regular updates.

FREE OUTDOOR CINEMA – The Strand Reserve Much loved classics and new releases screen from 7pm-11pm. Join us for pre-movie fun from 7pm with screenings kicking off by 9pm. Fri December 18 B  oxtrolls (PG) A young orphaned boy raised by underground cave-dwelling trash collectors tries to save his friends from an evil exterminator. Sun January 3 Imitation Game (M) During World War II, mathematician Alan Turing tries to crack the enigma code with help from fellow mathematicians. Fri January 15 Paddington (G) A young Peruvian bear travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he meets the kindly Brown family, who offer him a temporary haven. Fri January 22 Paper Planes (G) An imaginative children’s film about a young Australian boy’s passion for flight and his challenge to compete in the World Paper Plane Championships in Japan. OTHER EVENTS Sat January 9 Lightsview Festival – make sure you don’t miss the skyshow, or the rides, food and fun! Held at Waterford Park from 6pm-10pm.

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artist’s impression



















Head east for quick city connect

The sixth annual Lightsview ‘Ride Like

New lease on life for Performing Arts Centre

Crazy’ was a resounding success in

The former David Campbell Performing

Parkway – has been completed and opened to the public for

January this year. Hundreds of cyclists

Arts Centre building is set to be revitalised

even quicker access from the city.

took on the 107km, 90km and 51km

as a childcare centre.

Register to Ride Like Crazy

courses to raise $250,000 for cancer

Work on Lightsview’s major connecting thoroughfare – East

Running between Hampstead Road and Fosters Road, East

research at the Flinders Medical Centre

An important part of serving the growing

Parkway links Lightsview seamlessly into city commute routes

Foundation and the Neurosurgical

and diverse Lightsview community,

and lightens traffic load on surrounding streets. Bus routes

Research Foundation. In 2015 they

the proposed childcare centre will be

will soon be diverted along its length and it is accompanied

exceeded their $1m fund raising target!

housed in this existing building after a

by walking and cycling paths, so no matter how you travel

full conversion has been undertaken

East Parkway is making the commute faster.

Registrations are open for the 2016 event

by a future owner of the facility and

which will once again be supported by

the operator.

Lightsview, so visit to sign up for next year’s ride and start

Lightsview has opened registrations

training now!

of interest from potential owners and operators of this facility ahead of a tender process for its sale. For more information contact Antony Brabham on 8261 1888.

Urban Lights Café to sparkle longer The Urban Lights Café, a favourite spot for Lightsview locals, is celebrating winter’s end with longer opening hours. Now open every night from Thursday to Saturday until 10pm and on Sundays until 6pm, the eatery will be firing up the wood oven to keep people well fed long after dusk falls. Offering a new menu of traditional and inventive wood oven pizzas, calzone as well as staples like lasagne, the café is also fully licensed. They’re not forgetting the other most important part of the day either and are open early to serve your morning coffee with a smile from Tuesday to Sunday. For more information or to book, call 8261 0700 or visit their Facebook page.

The Urban Lights Café is now open later, meaning you can enjoy its new menu longer.

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The ‘Parksfield’ has been designed with dual frontages so that it faces the street as well as the Waterford lakes to the rear.


Family and friendly A sophisticated material palette and clever floor plan make Scott Salisbury Homes’ newest house at Lightsview perfect for family life and entertaining. Working out whether the features of

Fortunately ‘Parksfield’ – the company’s

home a warm ambience. It really has

their new display home at Lightsview

fourth display home at Lightsview – has

an entertaining feel about it as well as

were right for the market was easy for

well and truly hit the mark. With four

a family feel.”

Scott Salisbury Homes’ General Manager

bedrooms and three living areas spread

Lyndon Henman.

over two storeys in a contemporary and

With a young family of his own, he is exactly the kind of buyer the home is built for. “This is geared toward the family in their 30’s or 40’s with two-and-a-half children and maybe a dog,” he says. “I usually ask myself ‘Could I live here?’. I think about where I would be sitting on a Sunday morning with the paper and a coffee and where I would be playing with my daughter. If you can’t visualise that then you’ve missed the mark.”

architecturally-inspired design, there is plenty of room for both family activities and quiet times. The textured material palette and large downstairs living area that can be opened onto the rear courtyard by means of bi-fold doors also make it a great home for entertaining. “Internally it has timber cladding and

Located in Lightsview’s prestigious Waterford precinct, the dual-fronted home’s features reflect the similarities between Scott Salisbury Homes’ aims as a company and the priorities of the emerging suburb. Focussing on quality craftsmanship and high design ideals in each house they design, Scott Salisbury Homes find they can satisfy Lightsview’s build requirements easily.

flooring, aluminium windows, stone benchtops that return to the floor, wallpapers and soft furnishings,” says Lyndon. “The layering of textures and natural materials give the family-friendly

The natural material palette on show.

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The Parksfield is designed to suit 12.5m wide executive allotments at Lightsview, with land price starting from $290,000. For the latest stock availability call us on 8261 1888 or register your interest at

A striking feature staircase is framed by floor to ceiling glass.

Quality materials and finishes complete the home.

Parksfield’s dynamic street frontage. “For example, using a combination of

service. Lyndon says this is something

three separate materials on a home

that the brand is well known for.

frontage is something Lightsview require but it’s also something we like doing, and do well,” says Lyndon. “The front façade on this home has a range of different render, timber and steel.” The spread of potential buyers drawn to visit Lightsview also fits well with Scott Salisbury Homes’ ever-growing market.

of the quality of our homes and the overall experience for our customers,” says Lyndon. “If you purchased a luxury brand car there’s an unwritten expectation of quality no matter which model you choose. It’s still made and engineered

“Location wise, for us it’s a successful

in the same way. We think the same is

place,” says Lyndon. “The environment

true of us.”

created is exceptional in terms of its visitors so that’s a big part of why we like being there. You get a mix of market demographics come through the display centre as well.” Attention to detail makes a strong impression.

“We have high expectations in terms

Building homes that inspire and providing

Coming up to their 25th year in business, Scott Salisbury Homes has plenty of quality homes in their portfolio and the latest at Lightsview is no exception. Over the next 25 years there will no doubt be many more.

customers with the opportunity to create personalised designs that suit their lifestyle is key for Scott Salisbury Homes. To do this, reaching a diverse suite of buyers like those found at Lightsview is important, as is providing high-level

‘Parksfield’ is on display at 44 Waterford Circuit Lightsview and is open for viewing on Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays between 1pm and 4.30pm.

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New apartments: Best of both worlds After the sell out success of Lightsview’s first apartments, a new release in the suburb’s central precinct is attracting huge interest.

New innovatively designed apartments

Residents here will become part of a

Recreation areas, including a designated

planned to sit in the middle of Lightsview’s

waterfront neighbourhood that is also

youth zone for older kids and a nature-

new central precinct give those who

home to an exciting community hub.

themed playing facility for younger

missed out on the popular first release

Lakes, a wetland network, parks and

children are also just moments away

another chance at low-maintenance,

several dedicated community spaces

from the apartment complex. Kids will

convenient living in beautiful surrounds.

surround the area and link up through a

be occupied for hours climbing and

series of cycling and walking tracks.

exploring in the nature play area, which

Registrations of interest are now being accepted for the fresh release of apartments, in which each home has a private balcony or courtyard, off-street parking, lift access, 25 year structural guarantee and high-grade specifications such as stainless steel kitchen appliances

“Residents here will become part of a waterfront neighbourhood that is also home to an exciting proposed dining and community hub.”

and a choice of three colour schemes. Buying in Lightsview means that the low-maintenance lifestyle of apartment living doesn’t come at the cost of spaciousness. The entire suburb is

Priced from $295,000, the new apartments available in this attractive emerging precinct are bound to be just as popular as the first release.

spotted with parks and recreation areas,

This latest release is only a moment’s walk

and open space is never more than

from the exciting Lightsview Central Park

200m from your front door.

network that will comprise a new lake, planned community and dining facilities

But those considering apartment living

and an immediate link to a new reserve

in the new release, which is located close

network commencing this year. While

to a new lake and extensive park network

adults will enjoy the planned restaurant

on East Parkway, are especially well

with its terrace al fresco dining area, kids

catered for.

will love the water feature and landscaped play spaces that will be perfect for running around with new friends.

is decked out with an array of equipment. All built using the latest materials and technologies, safety is just as important as fun at this unique playground. The network of wetlands planned to stretch out beyond these hubs offer the perfect opportunity for quieter moments. Criss-crossed by trails and dotted with fitness stations and viewing decks, they’re a chance to stay close to nature, even in the middle of a suburb that sits just 8km from Adelaide’s CBD. Learn more about the Lightsview apartments by viewing our animated feature at or visit the Sales and Information Centre to see our display model and colour selection options.

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Low maintenance lifestyle meets design thinking in Lightsview’s apartments.

The future town centre apartments will have food and retail shopfronts at ground floor level to bring life and buzz to the precinct.

The two-bedroom floor plan includes, on average, 84sqm of living space and a private balcony or courtyard.

New release apartments now selling Only 14 two-bedroom apartments available. Large 84sqm (average) floor plans, private balcony or courtyard, lift access, storage cages and parking options.

Prices range from $295,000 to $339,000. Call 8261 1888 now for more information.

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Home for good A successful auction of the Rendition Cancer Prevention Home at Lightsview has raised $90,000 for cancer research and given one couple a meaningful new home. Although they had inspected and loved

This impressive outcome was made

“Sue has had a cancer scare herself,”

the property, prospective buyers Neil and

possible by the dedication of those

says Neil.

Sue almost didn’t go to the auction of the

involved. Rendition Homes invested

Rendition Cancer Prevention Home.

heavily by building the house – a

“The couple of home auctions we went to before the cancer prevention auction went for much higher than we thought and we came away thinking we won’t get anything and were quite disheartened,” says Neil. But, having decided to give auctions another chance, the couple were delighted to find they were the highest bidder at the June 6 sale.

was no everyday affair. Rather than simply selling or buying a home, everyone present on the day was part of raising a significant $90,000 in funds for the Flinders Medical Centre to put towards research into cancer prevention.


In focus: Terrace 344 THREE-BEDROOM WONDER FROM $394,950

known as Terrace 344 (featured on this page) and designed by the team at Lightsview. Toop & Toop Real Estate was also integral in supporting the sale of the home as it came to market. Neil and Sue were originally attracted to the clever Terrace 344 when the couple saw it online. They say they were “even more impressed” when they attended an open inspection at the Rendition Cancer

Hosted by Anthony Toop, the auction

Neil happily claims his new home.

European-inspired three storey dwelling,

Prevention Home, which comes with several upgrades included such as air conditioning, stone kitchen benchtops, glass splash-backs and an intercom. But beyond feeling an affinity for the building itself, they had a personal connection to the cause.

a very rare tumour on her adrenal gland which has since been removed and she has recovered well.” In talking about their new home and their reasons for buying it, Neil and Sue were hopeful they could raise awareness and encourage more people to be serious about preventative health care. It’s a good cause – and one they, Toop & Toop, Lightsview and Rendition Homes have already contributed to considerably. Keep an eye out for the next Rendition Cancer Prevention Home auction, which is likely to happen in the first half of 2016.

the home and lets fresh air and daylight circulate through every storey. The design values of the build extend beyond the home’s innovative functionality. Aesthetics have

The Terrace 344 cleverly uses every square metre of

been given as much consideration as practicalities,

the Torrens titled land on which it sits. Comprising

with each of the individually constructed dwellings

three bedrooms, two living rooms, two ensuites,

fronted by a feature façade that conforms to

a powder room, kitchen, balconies on levels one and

Lightsview’s high standards of streetscape diversity.

as many rooms you would find in a traditional suburban house, but in a contemporary three-level layout perfectly suited to modern life.

Including high quality finishes and joinery, the Terrace 344 is offered for sale off-the-plan for the affordable price of $394,950. Part of Lightsview’s varied range of turn-key products, it represents one

Good design means a six-star energy rating that

of Adelaide’s best value properties in a suburb that

will save money on power bills and, along with the

is quickly emerging as a national leader.

solar-boosted gas hot water service and recycled water connection, make it the right choice for today’s planet-conscious population.


infection. However, the scan did reveal

of a land parcel, the Terrace 344 is a spacious

two and a ground floor courtyard, the home features


but after a bronchoscopy it was only an

Utilising a new method for maximising the potential

high price tag.


for a few months and went for a scan…

The Terrace 344, with its internationally inspired architecture that caters to a modern lifestyle, is the embodiment of Lightsview’s progressive approach to creating the most liveable suburb in Australia.

and comfortable home that comes without the

The Terrace 344 is light, bright and made for easy living.

“Last year she had a persistent cough

While more traditionally designed terraces can

Located just 8km from the city, Lightsview is a multi-award-winning suburb that is attracting attention for its abundant open space and community-oriented ideals.

suffer from limited air and light flow, the Terrace 344 adheres to world’s best practice design by incorporating a light well in the central part of the building. The void extends up the full height of

A new Rendition Cancer Prevention Home is now under construction and aims to repeat the fantastic result of this year’s auction. To view the Terrace 344 display or to register for information on the next charity home, call 8261 1888.

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Terrace 238: Pushing the boundaries Striking architectural elevations will be a feature of the design.





Innovation in compact allotment homes is taken to the next level with Lightsview’s latest initiative – the Terrace 238.

The Terrace 238 is the evolution of

comfort is the result of the design team’s

a strong impression of volume, which

Lightsview’s popular Loft 38 – an

intensive research and innovation. Smart

is augmented by the use of a carefully

affordable three-bedroom home with an

architectural thinking means these

chosen interior material palette. Reflective

open and airy feel that defies its physical

houses retain the essential elements

and transparent surfaces and finishes

footprint on a block just 3.8m wide.

for human well-being such as light

in light wooden hues create a seamless

penetration, air flow and line of sight

relationship between outside and inside.

Extending and developing the concepts used to make the Loft 38 so appealing,

while still using space efficiently.

Designed specifically with the intention

the Terrace 238 adds a second level to

Highlights of the Terrace 238 design,

of challenging the limitations of small

accommodate a three-bedroom floor plan

which has been developed by Lightsview

block design thinking, the Terrace 238

with two bathrooms, a powder room,

in consultation with architects Swanbury

demonstrates Lightsview’s commitment

dedicated living area, galley kitchen,

Penglase, include the use of three voids

to finding high quality solutions that offer

dining area, courtyard and off-street

that let sunlight fall along the length

outstanding value for money.


of both storeys.

Lightsview’s success in developing

The placement of large picture windows at

homes that fit spacious floor plans

key points – such as on the frontage of the

on small blocks without sacrificing

home and bordering the courtyard – gives

The first release of Terrace 238 fixed price house and land packages is planned for later this year. Register today at to be kept up to date on this exciting new Torrens titled home.


Urban style from $350,950 Sleep



Clever use of space and light is a feature of the Urban Garage’s design.

Lightsview’s Urban Garage brings together all the benefits of contemporary living in one smart design package. Exclusive to Lightsview and inspired

At ground level, the automated feature

by unique European design forms and

garage door opens to a single car garage,

an industrial warehouse aesthetic,

laundry area, guest toilet and adaptable

this three storey Torrens titled home

second living space that is perfect for an

represents incredible value in Adelaide’s

office, home gym or could be the space

best new address.

you need to get away and get creative.

With an outstanding fixed price ‘turn-

Step up to the first level living area to

key’ specification, the Urban Garage’s

find more examples of well-purposed

design offers alternative modern style

space with a balcony and ceiling void that

and a smart use of space. The result

invite views of the surroundings into the

is low maintenance living without

kitchen, dining and sitting rooms.

sacrificing lifestyle.

Arrive at the top level and really feel at

Everything has been thought out,

home with two spacious bedrooms –

including: a laundry chute from the

including a master with private balcony

top level to the ground level laundry;

– and well-appointed bathroom.

maximisation of natural light with an internal void between levels one and two and a clever split-level roof line to allow natural light throughout the whole home.

To be constructed by Gasparin Homes, an Urban Garage presents unbeatable value and convenience just 8km from the CBD.




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Adelaide’s biggest housing range 8km from Adelaide CBD: Opportunity to buy and build REGISTER FOR OUR NEXT RELEASE!

Lightsview’s diverse range of

The new and innovative Urban Garage

innovatively-designed apartments are

takes its cues from contemporary living

spacious – around 84sqm – and include

in places like Europe and New York. These

two bedrooms, a stylish bathroom and

Torrens titled homes are built over three

open plan kitchen and living areas.

storeys and cleverly incorporate separate

In addition generous balconies add

areas for working, living and sleeping.

significant fresh air and sunlight flow.

2 Apartments



2 Urban Garage

Priced from $295,000

Terrace 62, this evolution adds a second floor, master bedroom, ensuite and private balcony. Extra room on the ground floor is re-purposed toward a spacious open plan living area.

Terrace 262



An all-new Community titled package designed and constructed by Gasparin Homes. The Citi Cube is an innovative two-storey terrace home boasting a surprising amount of space and flexible living options.

2 Citi Cube



Priced from $350,950

3 Park Terrace 48

Priced from $384,950


Lot 1043 Hastings Lane. Overlooking Waterford’s feature lakes, the design features an internal courtyard and space for two car garaging. Save on stamp duty when buying off-plan! This fabulous Gasparin home will make a great investment or personal residence.

Building on the design of the very popular





Priced at $514,950

Lot 1042 Hastings Lane. Outstanding 3-bedroom home with two and half bathrooms and 3 living areas. Impressive internal courtyard! Sold in fixed priced ‘turn key’ specification but with room to customise!


3 Absolute lake frontage




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This architecturally-inspired home

With three bedrooms and three

redefines affordable living. The clever

bathrooms, this innovatively laid-out

design incorporates two bedrooms, while

home with high quality finishes and

large picture windows and high ceilings

dynamic colour scheme has proven

allow sunlight to flood the whole house.

very successful with the market. The

A private courtyard and secure off-street

private courtyard and two balconies

parking complement the floor plan.

are particularly popular features.

2 Loft 38



3 Terrace 344


World of choice with Lightsview’s land options

Lightsview community news

Lightsview offers the largest range of land options in Adelaide; more choice to help you find the perfect fit for you and your lifestyle. Priced from $245,000












Lifestyle Allotment

Executive Allotment

Premium Allotment

Platinum Allotment

Designed with an emphasis on easy living, the lifestyle block size is ideal for empty nesters or the young professional couple who like to live carefree.

This block size is perfect for

Designed with plenty of room

The Platinum Allotment is the

building a wide range of our

to move in mind, the Premium

flagship in our range of product

premium new display home

Allotment offers space and

types. It is large enough to

designs on an efficiently

flexibility for families who would

accommodate Adelaide’s most

planned site.

like to live an active lifestyle.

upmarket new home designs.

Terrace range Designed with Terrace Home living in mind, these cleverly designed Torrens titled

Priced from $145,000 4.8m










allotments have varying frontages and garaging solutions.


Priced from $394,950

Detached range 10.0m


Contact Lightsview Realty  Ph: 08 8261 1888

Eye-catching details can be found throughout Scott Salisbury Homes’ ‘Parksfield’ at Lightsview.

Sales and Information Centre 2 City View Boulevard, Northgate Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm Saturday and Sunday 12pm – 5pm Folland Avenue

responsibility is taken for any errors or omissions and details may be subject to change. Intending purchasers should not rely on statements or representations and are advised to make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves in all respects. Artwork

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Disclaimer: All care has been taken in the preparation of this material. No

Hampstead Road

CIC (SA) Realty RLA 217912

images and plans are artist’s impressions only and are not to be relied upon as a definitive reference. Lightsview is the development name of Northgate Stage 3 and is not intended to represent an actual or proposed place name in accordance with the Geographical Names Act 1991. CIC Australia intend by this statement to exclude liability for all information contained herein. CIC0267

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