A prestige townhouse offer at Villawood Properties’ flagship Armstrong Mount Duneed has drawn a powerful market response with 18 house-and-land packages snapped up in just 10 days.
Sited opposite the resort-style Club Armstrong and Bunjil’s Nest adventure park and beside a neighbourhood activity centre with medical and retail outlets set to be built later this year, the response was driven by unbeatable location and quality, and pricing as low as a net $379,000.
With masterplanned parks, cafes, shops, playgrounds, schools and sports grounds at the very doorstep, the townhouses attracted powerful buyer interest well before their release, according to selling agent Homebuyers Centre.
Homebuyers’ Andrew King said that convenience factored highly in buyer considerations as well.
“Convenience was a huge thing, the practicality of the floor-plan makes these townhouses ready-made to live in,” Mr King said.
“You can just walk in, they’re landscaped, everything’s done, right down to the letterbox. There’s nothing to do other than come in with your furniture and your clothes.
“Location and affordability were big features too, of course.
“We sold the whole lot in just 10 days, 11 in the first release and 7 in the second.”
Mr King said buyers included three repeat Armstrong Mount Duneed purchasers along with six first homebuyers with a total of 15 being owner/ occupiers.
Homebuyers plan a second tranche of townhouse packages, also sited centrally in Armstrong, later this year.
The premium status of the lowmaintenance packages is underscored by Armstrong’s Masterplanned Excellence award from the Urban Development Institute of Australia in 2017.
This was complemented by the UDIA’s Community Engagement award last year as well as a Judges Award for the designer of Armstrong’s wetlands and character streetscapes, Barry Murphy.
Armstrong also boasts a UDIA Landscape Award and 6-leaf EnviroDevelopment accreditation.