Newcastle appeals because many of its suburbs are affordable, relative to Sydney. It has also delivered consistent price growth in recent years. After some decline in 2009, prices grew solidly in many suburbs from 2010. The median house price for broader Newcastle put on double-digit growth in 2012 and has continued to grow since 2013.
Generally, Newcastle is regaurded as one of Australia’s most under-rated markets. It has strong prospects as an affordable alternative to Sydney, offering an attractive beach lifestyle, proximity to the Hunter Valley and to Port Stephens, plus solid job prospects.
This estate will be a vibrant community where lifestyle is paramount. Balanced street scapes connect seamlessly to the expansive open nature reserve as well as local amenity ensuring you have everything you need, right at your fingertips. This is a master-planned community development and designed to bring the balance of nature and lifestyle.
Example Property - 4 bed, 2 bath, DLUG
- Full Turnkey Total Package Price from $485,000
- Land size from 400m2 - Price from $234,00
- Build size from 195m2 - Price from $286,000
- Inclusions: Turn key
- Stainless steel appliances
- A/C to living
- Ducted heating
- Builder landscaping
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