Pay just 5% deposit at Mirvac's Altona North townhouse development The Fabric

That means a three bedroom townhouse priced at $850,000 is just a $42,500 deposit.

Pay just 5% deposit at Mirvac's Altona North townhouse development The Fabric
Pay just 5% deposit at Mirvac's Altona North townhouse development The Fabric

The listed national property developer Mirvac are offering buyers a chance to secure a townhome in their Altona North development The Fabric with just a five per cent deposit.

That puts a deposit for one of the three bedroom townhouses, priced at $850,000, at $42,500.

Mirvac have designed The Fabric to be sustainability friendly, with each townhome set to have a seven-star NatHERS energy rating.

Renowned landscaping architects, Eckersley Garden Architecture, have designed courtyards with edible planter beds and a custom-designed Patchwork Park.

Leafy green tree-lined streets, contemporary architecture and private front gardens form the walkable master-planned community.

Not only does this development propose approximately 3.15-hectares of planned community open space, but it’s located in close proximity to the Newport Lakes Reserve.

The 33-hectare park has two lakes, a nature trail, bikeways and a dog park.

Transformed from its industrial past, Altona North delivers the ideal middle ground between connectivity and a family-friendly environment, within easy reach of just about everything.

The Fabric is located amongst vibrant eateries and local hot spots for diverse cuisines.

Homebuyers will relish the ability to walk to the supermarket and retail offerings, as well as the fresh market stalls of the Inner West.

Just nine kilometres from Melbourne CBD via the West Gate Freeway, Altona North has it all.

Newport train station is just a 2.5-kilometre cycling distance from The Fabric, giving you access to the Werribee line.

Two-bedroom townhomes start from $695,000, while four-bedroom homes start from $990,000, equal to a deposit of $34,750 and $49,500 respectively.

Construction is underway across the master-planned community.

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au

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