Woodlea launches first-of-its-kind three-storey townhome collection as demand for estate booms

Woodlea Project Director Matthew Dean said that demand for townhouses in Woodlea have remained strong throughout the past year
The Woodlea masterplanned community. Image supplied
Joel Robinson July 2, 20210 min read

The ASX-listed national developer Mirvac working alongside Victoria Investments and Properties (VIP), have secured over 100 townhouse sales in their Rockbank masterplanned community Woodlea, west of Melbourne, over the last financial year.

And they rounded out the financial with a bang, snappily selling the full collection of nine of its top end townhouses, the first ever three storey, four bedroom residences released in the 711 hectare development.

They made up the mini-neighbourhood Central Quarter, located in a private neighbourhood next to the newly opened town centre.

The townhouses, created by Mirvac Homes, each have uninterrupted parkfront views. They were priced from $489,999, and were all snapped up within 48 hours of the registrations of interest campaign.

They comprise four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a study area, a double garage and front and rear landscaping.

Woodlea Project Director Matthew Dean said that demand for townhouses in Woodlea have remained strong throughout the past year, with each townhouse release selling out within days of launching.

"We have a growing list of buyers on a waitlist, who are seeking the compelling offering of townhouse living at Woodlea," Dean said.

“These homes come ready to move in, everything is included, even to the extent of a letterbox and fencing, which appeals to a lot of buyers. They can have the house and land dream but without the added setup costs,” he said.

Overlooking the future heritage Outlook Park, Central Quarter is within walking distance to the newly opened Woodlea Town - home to a large-scale Coles, Aintree Public Primary School, Bacchus Marsh Grammar and Woodlea’s sport precinct, offering tennis courts, football and cricket ovals.

Currently home to 7,500 residents, Woodlea is set to see 20,000 residents move in on completion.

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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