Canopy Court in Brookwater's The Sanctuary is home to three households of the Raniga family – brothers Jayesh and Naynesh, and father Suresh.
THE BONDS of family are strong in the Raniga clan, with Suresh Raniga and sons Jayesh and Naynesh moving into homes side by side at Brookwater.
The family moved into new homes in Canopy Crt about four months ago.
Suresh and wife Mukta decided to make the move from Westlake to Brookwater looking for a complete lifestyle change.
Mr Raniga said they were sold on the natural surrounds of the area and the golf and tennis facilities.
They then decided to build three houses, side by side, so their entire family could make the move to Brookwater as well.
"Brookwater is a very enjoyable place for families to live," Mr Raniga said.
"We are now really close to parks, schools, shops and most importantly, we are now right next to one of the best golf courses in Australia."
The decision to move the whole family to the same street in Brookwater was an easy one for Mr Raniga, who wanted to be closer to his two sons and their families.
Mr Raniga said he couldn't be happier living so close to his growing family.
"Having all of my family living in the same street is wonderful," he said.
"My sons and I spend a lot of time overseas for work, so having everyone in the same street means there will always be someone there to look out for the rest of the family.
"All of our neighbours in Canopy Crt are really nice and supportive too, we all look out for each other."
Mr Raniga chose to purchase three home sites from one of Brookwater's latest land releases, The Sanctuary.
They now enjoy an outlook over the Opossum Creek nature reserve.
He said the homes had been designed to complement the environment.
Deputy managing director Raynuha Sinnathamby said Brookwater residents had access to a range of facilities, such as the Greg Norman-designed golf course, tennis courts and the clubhouse.
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