The Cape sustainable housing estate at Cape Paterson has witnessed record demand in 2020.
The award winning estate, touted by The Age newspaper as “Australia’s most sustainable”, has hit its stride recently with a large adventure playground, a professionally designed dogs off-leash park, kilometres of walking and cycling tracks and several large wetlands all being completed.
Residents of The Cape enjoy having more than 50% of the site retained for open space where kangaroos, echidnas and a plethora of bird species can be seen.
A diverse mix of purchasers are choosing The Cape due to its location directly next to Cape Paterson’s pristine beaches, family friendly estate layout, excellent community amenities and, of course, because of the ultra-low running costs of the houses. Houses at The Cape have a minimum NatHERS energy efficiency rating of 7.5 Stars which means owners have energy bills of less than $500 per annum. Many owners have no energy bills at all and some even receive a credit from their power company each quarter thanks to the feed-in tariffs from their rooftop solar power generation.
Cape homes are also more comfortable all year round thanks to their passive design features which allow the winter sun into all of the important areas of the house and keep the summer sun out using eaves and other external shading devices.
The beautiful estate’s display house is open from Thursday to Sunday from midday to 4pm. Alternatively, visit the website at www.liveatthecape.com.au to find out more information to or get in touch with The Cape’s sales team.