Hillside first release sold out
Warralily continues to be Geelong’s most sought-after community after selling out the first release of the premium Hillside neighbourhood at the Grange precinct on the weekend.
The 17 generously proportioned lots were snapped up by home hunters familiar with the location’s many features, including proximity to the future $1.6 million Shoalhaven Park and boasting panoramic views of the ranges, ocean and Mt Duneed surrounds.
Warralily senior estate manager Anna Kichakov said it was amazing to sell all properties within 48 hours of the first release going to market despite the snap lockdown of regional Victoria on release day.
“This location is, without doubt, the most premium in Mount Duneed and the broader growth corridor,” said Ms Kichakov.
“The prices range from $410,000 to $523,000 for lots up to 608m2, attracted strong interest from local second home buyers looking to upgrade.
“The team is fully equipped to work virtually, so the snap lockdown of regional Victoria did not affect the sales process, except that we couldn’t take happy snaps to share!”
Warralily was recently crowned Victoria’s top selling master planned community for the financial year ended June 30 2021, setting a new sales record for Geelong and demonstrating the lifestyle appeal of Warralily and the region.
The Grange precinct, with its village lifestyle, panoramic views and ready access to the iconic Surf Coast, is a key driver of Warralily’s sales success.
The nearby Geelong Bypass and Waurn Ponds train station also appeal to those with ties to Melbourne.
The neighbourhood’s 7500m2 Shoalhaven Park is currently under construction. The grassland themed playground will include a basketball/netball 1⁄4 court, skating features and kick-about space, plus slides, swings, nets and climbing structures.
The position is ideal for the park’s downhill mountain bike trail which is designed to cater to the growing popularity of mountain biking for all ages.
Also under construction is the much-anticipated ALDI supermarket adjacent to The Village Warralily shopping centre and Phase 2 of St Catherine of Siena Primary School to keep up with future enrolments. Given its importance to the region, the future super-suburb is strongly featured in the City of Greater Geelong’s 2021-22 budget including $20.2m for the Armstrong Creek Town Centre Library and Learning Hub.
“We look forward to the next Hillside release (Stage 15) in coming months and encourage interested buyers to register their interest with us,” Ms Kichakov said.
To find out more about Geelong’s leading land estate, property consultations are available by appointment on 1300 458 193, email [email protected] or live chat via warralily.com.au.