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Independent research from the National Land Survey Program (NLSP) found that Woodlea outperformed more than 150 land estates across Melbourne and accounted for 16.2 per cent of all sales across the Western corridor.
Averaging 75 sales per month, Woodlea recorded over 30 per cent more sales than its nearest competitor, and upwards of 50 per cent more sales than most of the other analysed projects during the September quarter.
Woodlea delivered its sales across a price bracket of $150,000 to $279,000 and land sized between 350 square metres and 1,000 square metres, demonstrating Woodlea’s diverse offerings in terms of pricing and sizing to meet the needs of a wide range of buyers, from first home buyers to upgrader families.
Woodlea continues to record sell-out success of its land releases, with pre-registrations for the development’s latest land release reaching capacity in less than 30 seconds, and subsequently selling out via appointment just a few days later.
Woodlea Project Director, Matthew Dean, said that since launching in late March, Woodlea has now sold more than 600 lots and momentum shows no signs of slowing down.
“The results are in and it isn’t surprising that Woodlea is now considered the fastest selling community in Melbourne. We have created a truly innovative offering that buyers are really responding strongly to and this involves a well-considered masterplan with the best amenities for all sorts of families, at an affordable entry point,” said Mr Dean.
5 reasons why buyers are flocking to Woodlea
1. Location, location!
Located 29 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD, between Caroline Springs and Melton, residents will be transported to the city with ease via the nearby Rockbank train station and Western Freeway.
2. The essentials delivered early
Woodlea demonstrates commitment by the developers Mirvac and Victoria Investments and Properties, to the early delivery of important community amenity and services with a neighbourhood park, general store, café and display village all planned to be delivered in readiness for the first residents in 2016.
Woodlea will also include a Local Town Centre that spans 5,700 square metres which is anticipated to be delivered over the next five to seven years and will feature a public square, supermarket and retail stores, bus interchange, professional services and office space.
3. A greener community
Approximately 30 per cent of Woodlea is dedicated to open space and nature including walking and cycling paths, playgrounds and environmental features such as the protected River Redgum woodland, wetlands and the Kororoit Creek corridor. There’s also a neighbourhood park within walking distance of every home.
4. High quality sporting facilities
Woodlea is set to become a central point amongst neighbouring suburbs with the provision of sporting facilities that are second to none, including an indoor sports centre, sports pavilion, tennis courts, netball courts and fields for cricket, football and soccer.
5. Smarter education choices
Four schools are planned for Woodlea including three primary schools and a secondary school.
An agreement with Bacchus Marsh Grammar is also in place to establish an early childhood and pre-school centre in 2016 and a P-6 primary school is expected to open in 2019.
There are also plans for a Work Integrated Learning Centre that will be flexibly designed to fulfil numerous education, business and training needs for Melbourne’s West.
One of our GREAT residents has started an evening walking group from 7pm each Monday and encourages everyone to come along! The walking group commences at Frontier Park on Monday's at 7pm - we hope to see you there.
Who made it to our annual soccer clinic? Check out the highlights for those of you who missed out. Here's to living fitter at Woodlea!
It's mid week and the last thing you want to be doing is spending hours in the kitchen preparing dinner...check out this great range of fuss-free recipes that will keep your children as well as your feet happy!!
Get into the Christmas spirit by decorating your house and go into the draw to win some great prizes! Click below to find out more.
Do you have a HOT business idea but no idea how to bring it to life? No matter how crazy it may be, the 'Hot House Project,' run by the City of Melton, is your opportunity to receive training, mentoring & inspiration that will help you transform your idea into a new business startup!
Our water play zone is back up and running for the season!! Make the most of the warm weather this evening by bringing your kids down to the Fronier Adventure Park.
What a great turn out we had at the opening of Aintree's Walk Of Honour at this morning's Remembrance Day service. To honour & recognise those whom fought and still fight for our country is an honour and and now a long lasting legacy. For more details on the Walk Of Honour initiative, view channel 9's story here.