LEADING developer Devine’s new Stonehill community at Bacchus Marsh has made a stunning debut on the Melbourne property market with just over $10 million in sales.
With homesites starting from just $145,900, Stonehill’s first residential precinct Cassinia Village has been a huge success with buyers looking for an affordable, quality product. Since the launch, buyers have snapped up 90 per cent of homesites in the first release at Cassinia Village, as demand continues to grow for the western suburbs.
Due to its huge popularity, Cassinia Village will soon launch to market its next residential release, featuring 36 homesites ranging in size from 420sqm to 670sqm.
Devine Victoria General Manager Neil Anderson said he expected the new release would be another runaway success.
"There are a number of reasons why buyers are attracted to Stonehill," said Devine Victoria General Manager Neil Anderson.
“Stonehill offers a great range of affordable homesites to suit all budgets, perfect for building your ideal home. Coupled with an excellent location in Bacchus Marsh, close to all amenities and transport; and a family atmosphere, it’s easy to see why Stonehill has been so successful."
Mr Anderson said extensive landscaping had been planned for Stonehill, which would set the benchmark for all residential communities in the area.
“The landscaping design for Stonehill will be very striking, utilising a significant number of plants that are drought tolerant and indigenous to the area. The resulting landscape will provide an attractive and sustainable environment for residents to socialise, interact and play.”
He said the opportunities to own a piece of Cassinia Village were limited and urged people to register their interest with a sales consultant.
Stonehill is an impressive new community offering a relaxed lifestyle perfect for the whole family. Upon completion, it will feature a range of amenities such as a school and commercial precinct, parks, lush open spaces, with bike and walking trails throughout.
The community is conveniently located near a new high-speed rail link which has reduced the travel time into the Melbourne CBD (covering 50km) to as little as 40 minutes.
Additionally, as Bacchus Marsh is located in regional Victoria, first home buyers can expect to take advantage of the State and Federal Government First Home Owner Grants totalling $26,500. This is a huge boost and incentive to invest in a first home.
To make an appointment to view Cassinia Village please call Graeme Greeves on 13 13 63 or for more information visit www.stonehillcommunity.com.au. Prospective buyers can also visit the new sales office at 100 Griffith Street, Maddingly in Bacchus Marsh.