The Potter Group has announced the launch of a new $19 million residential development in Officer, only 50km South-East of Melbourne.
Restricted to just 51 boutique residential home sites, Northridge will be designed around open green space, offering a haven of tranquillity on the fringe of the urban centre.
Project director Scott Payten said lots would range in size from 374sqm to 568sqm and sell for an average price of $365,000, with a selection of designer house and land packages from premier Victorian builders also available.
“The generously sized lots are level and ready to build on. With a single-storey covenant in place, buyers will have peace of mind that their investment, sense of space and views will be protected forever,’’ he said.
Located on a gentle rise amid rolling green hills between Beaconsfield village and Pakenham town centre, Northridge offers views over a treed valley and is just minutes from major amenities and facilities.
Residents will enjoy close proximity to Miranet College which is 500m away, and a range of other excellent primary, secondary and tertiary education opportunities also on the doorstep.
The development is also serviced by two nearby railway stations and offers direct access to the Monash Freeway and Princes Highway.
“With its open-space lifestyle, affordability and proximity to great amenities, we are expecting strong demand from couples and families,’’ Mr Payten said.
For sales enquiries contact Samantha Johnson 0478 178 618 or email@example.com or for further information visit https://neilsonpartners.com.au/media/youtube/PJO9iEmS1ZI