Hannah won’t forget her 30th birthday in a hurry.
The oral health therapist celebrated the milestone by becoming a home owner.
TShe moved into her three bedroom townhouse at Mitchell Park just a few weeks after celebrating “three decades around the sun”.
THannah’s home was one of the first of to be handed over within The Avenues, a $16 million dollar Junction housing development built by Palumbo Construction. The project comprises 30 new homes for South Australians.
TPrior to moving into her new home, Hannah had rented for several years before moving back in with her parents.
“I’d been looking to buy for quite a while,” she said. “Then came COVID and I thought it (home ownership) wouldn’t happen for me.
“I’d been really looking at established homes. I’d met Justin (Ray White Glenelg) at one of the inspections. Around the same time the development came up in my online searches.
“I ended up going in and having a chat with Justin at the office. The communication was great and I made my mind up pretty quickly from there.”
Hannah said she was very attracted by the look and feel of her new home but the location really “sold” her.
“Where it’s situated it’s not too far from home or work so it’s very convenient,” she said. “I thought I would have to go much further out.
“It’s modern, very bright and much roomier than you even imagine from the plans so when I walked in for the first time it just had a really warm feel about it.”
Hannah’s home will be one of more than 100 homes Junction hands over between now and the end of the financial year.