Ray Hadley heading to Riverland, Vermont after his reconcilliation with Johnson Property Group

Ray Hadley heading to Riverland, Vermont after his reconcilliation with Johnson Property Group
Ray Hadley heading to Riverland, Vermont after his reconcilliation with Johnson Property Group

Top rating 2GB broadcaster Ray Hadley is off to Pitt Town, in Sydney's north west, where he has secured a 6000 sqm building block near the Hawkesbury River.

"I’ve secured a block and will hopefully be building a Binet home on it," he said.

It is in within the pricey Riverland subdivision within the 225 hectare Vermont estate by the Johnson Property Group. Keith Johnson has already secured some 500 blocks being sold.

Situated near the Hills District, Rouse Hill and Norwest Business Park, Riverland will have blocks from 2,000 sq m to 9,000 sq m.

"The village of Pitt Town reminds me of Dural when I moved there 20 years ago," Ray Hadley said.

"It’s quite remarkable I’m moving there given I campaigned against the development when it was first proposed. 

"I thought it would ruin the village, but Keith Johnson and I met, had an argument or two, settled our differences, and the rest is history."

"The masterplan changed and now radiating out from the village you’ll find magnificent homes on good size blocks." 

As Ray travels early in the morning and can access the M7 and M2 quite quickly, he's not fazed by being further out than Dural. 

The decision to move comes as he is selling his dress circle Hills district acreage home at Dural.

"I'd never thought I'd do it, I thought I'd die there."

This article was first published in The Sunday Telegraph.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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