Stage one land lots in rural masterplanned community The Acres sold out

Stage one land lots in rural masterplanned community The Acres sold out
Stage one land lots in rural masterplanned community The Acres sold out

All stage one land lots at The Acres residential development in Wollondilly, south west Sydney, sold within 24 hours.

Total land sales were valued at $12.36 million

The first stage, Bellbird, features 18 rural residential homesites with prices ranging from $665,000 to $699,000 Lot sizes average between 4012 to 6659 sqm.

When completed, The Acres, 165-195 River Road Tahmoor, will feature 125 homesites with a minimum lot size of 4000 sqm over 110 hectares.

Christopher Lowry, Managing Director of Urban Land Housing said the sales result in stage one was phenomenal and reflects the dire shortage of premium lifestyle lots in Sydney and the South West.

"We had over 1,000 registrations of interest, hence were not surprised by the great sales result," he said.

"Most of the rural land lots were purchased by families seeking extra space.

"They were predominantly from South Western Sydney including Tahmoor, Wollondilly and Camden.

“Purchasers were drawn to the unique opportunity to live an idyllic tree change lifestyle in The Acres, but with city conveniences close by in the villages of Tahmoor and Picton. Large ranch style homes will be built on most of the rural land.

“Buyers also recognised the incredible value of the rural homesites.

They have purchased the equivalent of 10 normal 400 sqm lots for around $700,000. At The Acres you are paying approximately 10 percent of the price per square metre when compared to a residential lot in Leppington, which is just over 30 minutes away up the M1 motorway. 

“The superb location in Tahmoor, is in the midst of one of the fastest growing vibrant areas of Sydney, with a flourishing food scene and a wide variety of recreational pursuits to enjoy in the open spaces.”

To register your interest in The Acres visit theacres.com.au

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