24 Jun 2021
MELBOURNE, 24 JUNE 2021
Following the strong demand for the most recent premiere release at Berwick Waters, Frasers Property Australia and Mondous Property will release a limited number of new, premium land lots in the masterplanned community in Melbourne's south-east this month.
Interest is expected to be intense and buyers will need to be quick to secure one of only four uniquely positioned land lots facing the water.
The lots are located on Moorside Cresent and are part of a limited release in the Upper Bank precinct, which nestles amongst a tranquil environment with endless network of fitness and walking paths connecting the greenery and recreational spaces. Fronting the wetlands these premium lots range in size from 476sqm to 545sqm with 14m to 16m frontages. They are priced from $552,000 to $587,000.
The previous land releases this year at Berwick Waters were in high demand, with 24 of 31 lots sold on the 1 May launch day. The strong result prompted further land releases, which has seen a total of 60 lots sold.
“Since the sales launch of the new land lots on 1 May we have sold 60 lots and we are receiving an exceptional number of enquiries from interested buyers,” says Sarah Bloom, General Manager Development Victoria, Frasers Property Australia.
Ms Bloom says the new land lots in this release offer the best of both worlds: a peaceful and secluded atmosphere surrounded by natural beauty, and close proximity to the future Town Centre, shopping precinct and schools – all the things that make Berwick Waters the pride of the south-east.
“These lots are in an ideal location for families to build their own home with stunning water views. They offer a serene lifestyle, suiting people who want to immerse themselves in nature and take advantage of the community’s enviable scenery,” she says.
“The sales success of our previous releases underlines the appeal of Berwick Waters as the community continues to take shape. With only four land lots in this premium release, we expect they will sell quickly.”
Berwick Waters, 50km south-east of Melbourne, will accommodate more than 2,500 homes when finished. Over 1,400 homes have been built with almost 4,000 people already calling Berwick Waters home.
The community will feature over 50 hectares of wetlands and open space, more than 9km of walking and cycling paths, and a wide range of parks and playgrounds scattered with BBQ facilities, providing the perfect setting for memorable family moments.
The new community is surrounded by amenity and social infrastructure. As many as six tennis courts, five AFL sized ovals and cricket pitches, three soccer grounds and four netball courts are planned to be delivered by Council in the local area.
In addition to a medical clinic at Waterside Centre, Casey Hospital has a 24-hour emergency department and is within 7km.
Plans for the future Berwick Waters Town Centre include a supermarket, specialty stores and a wide range of dining options, bringing convenient shopping right into the heart of the neighbourhood.
Berwick Waters is surrounded by a choice of public and private primary and secondary schools, such as Hillcrest and Rivercrest Christian Colleges, Grayling Primary and St Catherine’s Primary. Federation University and Chisholm Institute are also within 6km.