The most popular VIC developments for first home buyers in April on Urban

Check out what first home buyers have been keeping an eye on in April

The most popular VIC developments for first home buyers in April on Urban
Haven Townhomes in Keysborough. Image supplied

The ongoing surge in home financing and purchasing took a hit in April as one of the key drivers, the HomeBuilder Grant, came to an end in March. 

Many developers however are sighting that the completion of the HomeBuilder Grant has failed to deter first home buyers.

Check out what first home buyers have been keeping an eye on in April.

Here are Urban’s most popular FHB projects:

1. Haven Townhomes, Keysborough

Three-bedroom townhouses from $675,000

For those First Home Buyers with a family, or seeking something larger Haven Townhomes has been very eye-catching with affordable and stylish three and four bedroom townhomes on offer

Like Sixth Avenue featured later in this list it's another Aultun Group development this time partnering with Cera Stribley Architects.

The Haven estate encompasses a variety of two storey floor plans with the option of choosing a house and land package, or an off-the-plan purchase.

Situated surrounded by thriving wetlands and meandering walking trails, each of the 59 Haven Townhomes are in a prime position for stunning views, access to nature and world-class amenities.

It is set for completion in December 2021.

2. Live City, Footscray

Two-bedroom apartments from $460,000

The new masterplanned community, Live City, comprises 208 residences spread across 14 floors, backed by developer R&F Property Australia.

Set to deliver over 1,400 apartments across eight buildings, the Footscray project brings together a fully-integrated, mixed-use community that’s thriving with character and history.

Designed by Elenberg Fraser, each residence features floor-to-ceiling windows, contemporary interiors and an abundance of natural light.

It is the most affordable development on this list with a one bedroom abode available from $350,000.

3. Melbourne Square

Two-bedroom apartments from $642,000

OSK Property are the group behind the boutique collection of homes at Melbourne Square.

Featuring four distinct themes, it has been architecturally designed by COX Architecture, with interiors by designer Sue Carr, creating flawless spaces which make the most of the spectacular city views on offer.

Each bedroom boasts a stunning view via floor-to-ceiling glazing, plus the master suites offer a unique panoramic city vista.

Set for completion in mid 2021, amenities include a full-line Woolworths and other shops as well as resort-style facilities including pools, sauna, spa, gymnasium and a yoga room.

4. Sixth Avenue, Chelsea Heights

Two-bedroom townhouses from $599,000

Sixth Avenue, delivered by the Aultun Group, was Urban's most popular project for first home buyers in the first quarter of 2021.

Designed by Point Architects in the near coastal suburb south-east of Melbourne, Sixth Avenue features light-filled interiors, bespoke landscaping and recreational amenities within easy reach.  

Boasting a collection of 59 two, three and four-bedroom residences, the project provides perfect bayside living with an endless array of retail, dining, and recreational amenities all within easy reach. Whether you prefer to take a dip in the sheltered bay waters or seek the rush of adrenaline through sports and activities, Sixth Avenue’s premium location provides for all lifestyles.

5. Ryrie Home, Geelong

Two-bedroom apartments from $699,000

Ryrie Homes was Urban's most popular investor project for Q1 2021, however this month's results show its appeal for FHB's, with Geelong's strong performance as one of the nation's most sought-after regional areas doing excellent work for this development.

Delivered by Franzé, each Ryrie Home apartment has been cleverly designed by Architectus to deliver great amenity, comfort and abundant storage, with timber flooring, beautiful finishes and quality fixtures.

Each apartment enjoys panoramic bay views and alfresco dining for year-round holiday living.

With the foreshore, 500m north and the CBD, 500m east—as well as parks, theatres, galleries, cafés and restaurants all within walking distance—Ryrie Home offers a level of culture and connection unmatched in Geelong.

Plus for first home buyers looking for something on the more affordable side, one-bedroom apartments start at $375,000

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au

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