The much-awaited 24-lot Stage 2 release of Victoria’s most sustainable estate has just been launched by hockingstuart Torquay.
Salt Torquay, overlooking the world-famous surfing mecca of Torquay, is a registered One Planet Living development – an exemplary model of sustainable living.
These design guidelines aim to ensure a coherent and consistently high architectural standard aligned with the One Planet Living principles of sustainability.
Hockingstuart Torquay director Leigh Hall- Sullivan said that Salt Torquay was simply about the ocean views, sustainability, low-carbon living and being a connected community.
“Salt Stage 1 has done extremely well with only a few lots still available ranging in size from 305sqm to 747sqm,” Mr Hall Sullivan said.
“A further 24 lots in Stage 2 that range from 400sqm to 639sqm have just been released for sale, which is already showing very strong interest.
“There is variety in the size of blocks and budgets available, initial expressions of interest are being taken up to 6pm on July 12 for the Stage 2 release.”
The Salt Torquay design philosophy is based on environmental sustainability, low running costs, natural landscaping and Australian Contemporary Urban Coastal Architecture.
The style is directed towards encouraging building design to reflect the unique urban coastal atmosphere of the location.
It is centrally located at the top of the Spring Creek Valley, giving spectacular views of the town and ocean in the heart of the school’s precinct; it’s a kid’s walk to Torquay College, St Therese Catholic Primary and Surf Coast Shire’s Children’s Hub for pre-schoolers.
It’s also a quick walk or bike ride to cafes, shops, parks and the beaches.
The Salt Torquay philosophy is about breaking the mould, with nature-inspired landscapes and incorporating innovate design while enjoying the highest creature comforts and living in a truly green residential project.
Call Leigh for a chat on 0413 158 175 or 5261 8888 or just drop by hockingstuart at 22 Bell Street for more information.
An agent will also be on site Saturdays 2pm – 3pm for you to view.