Green light given for The Meadows

Green light given for The Meadows
Green light given for The Meadows

Monarch Investments Group (Monarch) have been granted approval by the Campbelltown City Council to develop its new masterplanned community - The Meadows.

The $135 million project, located n Sydney's South West growth corridor, will feature 210 houses, a swimming pool, playground and recreational facilities.

It's located within one kilometre from Edmondson Park Train Station and the billion dollar Edmondson Park Town Centre.

Prices start from $624,950 for a three bedroom duplex and range in lot size from 230 sqm to 390 sqm.

Packages include a dishwasher, air conditioning, open plan living area, floor coverings, fencing, landscaping, blinds, light fittings and an ensuite.

Monarch has sold over 6,000 land lots across Sydney and New South Wales over the last 60 years.

More than 1600 of these sales were secured in the South West.

They recently sold the last remaining house and land package in its $160 million Ingleburn Gardens Estate comprising 329 houses and land parcels.

CEO of Monarch Peter Icklow suggested the investment potential in the South West is significant.

“The South West growth corridor is one of the fastest growing areas in Sydney and is earmarked for significant private and government spending on major infrastructure and community facilities within the next decade," he said.

"The Meadows is situated in the epicentre of this activity and has already attracted a broad range of purchasers including first home buyers, downsizers, growing families and investors.”

The state government has committed to invest over $3.6 billion in its Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan over a 10 year period. 

This plan includes investment in health, education, transport (bus and rail) and community infrastructure.

Icklow said that they sold their first house and land package in 2009 in Ingleburn Gardens Estate for $325,000. Today it is worth $650,000 and is renting for $500 per week.

"Based on these figures, within the 10 years I expect house and land sales in The Meadows to eclipse at least $900,000 based on an average annual 5 per cent increase over that time," he added.

Recently released data from CoreLogic RPData revealed the suburb of Bardia was ranked seventh in a national list of suburbs with the biggest rise in median house price growth between 2010 and 2015. 

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