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Affordability, open spaces attracting home buyers to Menangle Park

Affordability, combined with open space and lifestyle benefits, is what is leading thousands of prospective first home buyers and young families to South West Sydney for property, and Menangle Park – the latest master planned community by Dahua Group Sydney (DGS) – will be providing just that, ahead of the launch of its sales centre this Friday, August 31 at Macarthur Square, Campbelltown:

It has been widely documented, that when it comes to buying property, first home buyers and young families are primarily concerned about price.

However, that constraint will not be at the expense of lifestyle amenities at Menangle Park.

Furthermore, with the current level of government investment in infrastructure taking place in South West Sydney, first home buyers and young families are not only likely to find homes which are economically achievable, but also offer the facilities, transport and community benefits that they are after.

DGS development director Kith Clark said: “Menangle Park is already attracting a diversity of potential buyers – young families, mature families, pre-family couples and retirees – partly because of affordability and the appealing lifestyles that a house and land package can offer; and partly because of the broad range of allotments.

“Menangle Park will be a thoughtful, well-designed community where the interplay between space, homes and amenities will enrich the everyday experiences for those living there no matter what stage of life they are in,” Mr Clark said.

Menangle Park is set to be popular with first home buyers and families as its population grows over the next several years.

Macarthur Square

Macarthur Square

First home buyers will be well accommodated and larger lots will be well suited to established families with the capacity to build a substantial home, with their builder of choice in a community that offers an open green and healthy environment.

“One of the reasons for the ongoing success of our new communities is that it has become increasingly challenging for people to find suitable, affordable homes located closer to the city,’’ says Mr Clark.

“Affordability issues can also be seen with upgraders where the costs associated with renovating an older home can prove to be far greater than buying a new one.

“With a new home, maintenance is lower and you gain all the benefits associated with the latest technology on the market.

“People enjoy building new homes with modern amenities that are located in a great community, surrounded by like-minded people,’’ he said.

The Menangle Park sales centre will open to the public on August 31 in Macarthur Square, opposite Coles.

Expressions of interest for Menangle Park are now open. To register go online to or visit the sales centre at Macarthur Square from his Friday.


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