Walker Corporation’s next Appin Valley release slated for 2015

Walker Corporation’s next Appin Valley release slated for 2015
Walker Corporation’s next Appin Valley release slated for 2015

Following the sell-out of the first stage of Appin Valley in Wollondilly Shire, Walker Corporation have submitted plans to council hoping to release more land in early 2015.

The first stage of Appin Valley, which sold out in less than a year from its release in 2013, offered 336 lots.

The next stage, an extension across Macquariedale Road and Gordon Lewis Reserve, will include 280 homes and a 55 hectare conservation reserve, as well as upgrades of local ovals, barbecue facilities, cycle paths and the restoration of the Inn.

This release will see lots ranging up to 1,100 square metres.

Director of masterplanned communities for Walker Corporation, Chad Walker, said that the sales success has been a result of the location and affordable generous-sized lots, making it compelling for home buyers.

"In particular we had a lot of interest from first time buyers who were attracted to the prospect of owning a brand new home within this historic region while remaining close to major cities such as Campelltown, just 15 minutes drive away,” he said.

“We’ve also seen strong interest from empty nesters looking to move to a more manageable sized lot and young families looking to build their dream home.”

Of the lots, 70% were over 700 square metres, and lots ranged from $180,000 and $315,000.

Partnering with Walker Corporation was Adenbrook Homes and managing director of the home builder, Daniel Galea, said that their most popular design had been the Baywood, which comes in 28 square metre or 31 square metre designs.

“The home is perfect for families. It comprises of three separate living spaces, an outdoor alfresco area, four bedrooms and a double garage. Currently we have eight homes under construction at Appin Valley with 15 more under contract,” he said.

Currently, the final civil construction is underway with an October completion expectation. Over 40 homes are under construction at present.

 

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke was a property writer at Property Observer

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