Business South May 2021

90 | Central Otago - Barrett Homes - Cromwell House, land packages snapped up T T Karen Phelps T T to page 92 BUILDING Email Phone 021 771 570 Design & Build Multi Room Audio Domestic, Commercial Maintenance C romwell is really taking off and Barrett Homes is busy building a brand new show home and offering a range of house and land packages. “Cromwell has always been seen as the poor cousin to Queenstown and Wanaka but now it’s really coming into its own. There is so much going on here,” says Barrett Homes Cromwell co/director Dee Copeland. Barrett Homes is excited to be involved in Wooing Tree Estate, a new upmarket subdivi - sion at the entrance to the town, which Dee says will “transform the way Cromwell looks and be a real asset to the town”. The master plan includes plenty of green spaces and nods to its winery heritage with vines bordering the estate. It will also include a boutique retail precinct with galleries, cafés and Wooing Tree winery. Barrett Homes is offering a range of house and land packages, which are being quickly snapped up by a variety of buyers including retirees looking for a simpler lifestyle, first home buyers, people looking for a holiday home and investors. Barrett Homes is also in the process of organising a new show home in Wooing Tree Estate, due to commence con - struction mid year and opening later this year. It will be approximately 250sqm boasting four bedrooms, two lounges, and 2.5 bath - rooms and clad in cedar. Barrett Homes was formed in 2013 by Mike and Laura Bryant and Grant Eynon, who are also co-directors of Barrett Homes Cromwell along with Dee’s partner, Jason Williams, a qualified builder.