22 Apr 2021
MELBOURNE, 22 APRIL 2021
The latest release at The Grove is expected to sell out fast, with most of the land lots already snapped up by buyers within the first week.
In response to the strong demand at the Tarneit community, Frasers Property Australia has brought forward another land release, known as the Treetop Release, available now.
Nestled below The Grove’s very own tree reserve, these lots range in size from 238 sqm to 512 sqm with prices starting from only $229,000.
Sarah Bloom, General Manager Development Victoria, Frasers Property Australia says demand for these new lots is again expected to be strong.
“We’re seeing growing demand for bigger properties as a consequence of COVID-19. Victorians are looking for larger land lots with accessibility to outdoor amenity, including bike and walking trails, wetlands and parklands. Increasingly, access to these lifestyle options are key considerations for people,” says Ms Bloom.
“The Grove provides young families with an abundance of room to grow and space to roam. Buyers of this release will get to build their dream home on the edge of lush greenery, with the proposed town centre, local parks, proposed primary and secondary schools and future sporting ground all within walking distance,” says Ms Bloom.
Located 31 kms from the Melbourne CBD in Victoria’s popular western growth corridor, The Grove has proven very popular with buyers through the pandemic with strong sales even through lockdowns.
“COVID has certainly encouraged people to appreciate what they have access to within a five-kilometre radius and this appreciation for the local lifestyle is set to continue,” Ms Bloom says.
“The Grove offers plenty of open space and a relaxed lifestyle. It is the perfect place for people to make their regional lifestyle aspirations a reality while still enjoying accessibility to the CBD and urban conveniences.”
Bounded by Davis Creek, Werribee River, a future waterways and wetlands, The Grove offers interconnected cycling and walking paths which will link the waterways to outdoor parks and play spaces, a future town centre, schools, childcare and community facilities. Recently, an important link across Davis Creek and into the wider Tarneit community was opened.
Wyndham City Mayor Adele Hegedich recently hailed the opening of a pedestrian footbridge, which crosses Davis Creek at Cuttlefish Circuit and connects with the shared path adjacent to Wootten Road Reserve on the eastern side of the creek, as a key community and district milestone.
“It is important for our community to have a strong shared path network, and this new pedestrian bridge provides Tarneit locals with a much-needed link across Davis Creek between The Grove community and broader Tarneit,” Cr Hegedich says.
Future plans at The Grove are expected to include a town centre with retail precinct, proposed primary and secondary schools, neighbourhood activity centre and sporting oval — all connected to the community’s parklands, wetlands and waterways.