Buyers jump on Warralily townhomes
Warralily’s fast-tracked release of The Greenway was released to the market over the weekend with 50% of the first stage taken up immediately.
Warralily, in partnership with Metricon, launched The Greenway to satisfy growing market demand for low maintenance living close to the Geelong CBD and the iconic Surf Coast.
The Greenway, a collection of 40 bespoke townhomes, offers a considered easy-care version of a traditional home and proximity to all the conveniences of Warralily’s vibrant village lifestyle.
It is the latest addition to the Warralily estate that has invested over $750 million and earned 16 state and national awards to become Geelong’s most sought-after community.
Warralily Estate Manager Ben Stewart said that the launch was brought forward following the success of the Axis townhome precinct.
“Our townhomes tick all the boxes for home hunters looking for convenient affordable living within an established and welcoming community,” Mr Stewart said.
“Enquiry across the estate is significantly higher than pre-COVID19 levels, so we are not surprised that The Greenway collection is in high demand.”
Created by Australia’s biggest builder Metricon Town Living, these 2,3 and 4- bedroom turn-key townhomes feature stylish facades and contemporary inclusions from $379,000.
The Greenway is ideally located in the popular Warralily Central neighbourhood overlooking open space and in walking distance to all the The Village has to offer.
The village hub includes the new Armstrong Creek East Community Centre, a Woolworths supermarket and numerous specialty shops, along with popular cafes and eateries.
The community also boasts ample early childhood and school facilities including the adjacent Armstrong Creek School and new state secondary school, Oberon High School.
Warralily also recently welcomed the St Catherine of Siena Catholic School.
Armstrong Creek School Principal Evan Savage said that there’s a real community spirit that the school is proud to be part of.
“We’ve been opened for three years now and have established ourselves as a central part of the community,” Mr Savage said.
It’s a sentiment echoed by local Cockatoo café owner Ben Jelley who said that they opened to a super warm welcome a couple of years ago.
“It’s a lovely community that has all the aspects of what makes a community – things like Auskick, bookclubs, mothers groups,” Mr Jelley said.
The first release offer is eligible for the first homebuyers and the opportunity to receive both the $25,000 Homebuilder Scheme and the $20,000 First Home Owner Grant.