Land Real offering $20k incentives at South Kingsville apartment development Newport Village

There are only 34 apartments in the SJB-designed Blackshaws Road development, which will feature a number of townhouses

Land Real offering $20k incentives at South Kingsville apartment development Newport Village
Land Real offering $20k incentives at South Kingsville apartment development Newport Village

The property developer Land Real are offering $20,000 savings on all of their two and three bedroom apartments at their South Kingsville development, Newport Village.

The limited time offer will see prices for the two bedroom apartments drop from $575,000 to $555,000 and three beds from $900,000 to $880,000.

One bedroom apartments are priced from $435,000.

There are only 34 apartments in the SJB-designed Blackshaws Road development, which will feature a number of townhouses that are expected to be released this year.

SJB have designed the apartments so every apartment takes in views of Newport Lakes Reserve and Ducrow Reserve.

The building is crowned with a resident rooftop terrace, complete with barbecue facilities.

The well regarded building firm Hamilton Marino has been appointed to construct the development. Site works have commenced and completion is slated for late 2022.

About the developer

With roots going back to the early 1980s Land Real is a Melbourne centric real estate developer with a proven track record, striving to deliver innovative developments focused on creating quality homes for people with cosmopolitan lifestyles.

Their most well known development was Kings Domain Apartments in Southbank, which they also had SJB Architects design and Hamilton Marino build.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and new developments across the country

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