Master planned communities across the country are reducing land sizes, but one development right here in South West Sydney is bucking the trend to smaller and smaller lots.
Dahua Group in its New Breeze community in Bardia has released new super sized land parcels ranging from 1,246 square metres to 1,962 sqm.
First home buyers Hasan Xo and his wife Nikki McFadden, both 27, secured one of the 1,247 sqm lots and couldn’t be happier.
“I have worked in Ingleburn for the past 10 years and driven past the New Breeze site for several years to watch its progress. When the quarter acre lots were advertised, we were instantly sold,’’ says Hasan.
“A large backyard with plenty of open space for the kids to run around plus a big house to entertain family and friends was important to us,’’ he said.
“My office is within a five minute drive, Nikki works across Campbelltown at three local schools and can easily access them from Bardia.
“We loved that Bardia Public School, the new Edmondson Park Town Centre and Edmondson train station can be accessed by foot.
“Walkability to key facilities and liveability drove our purchasing decision.”
Stephen Bambury, sales manager at New Breeze in Bardia says “large land lots are back’’.
“Large lots are attracting a wide range of purchasers from first home buyers to growing families,’’ Mr Bambury said.
“Size maters for those seeking extra room for a boat, trailer, caravan or a large outdoor alfresco space for entertaining.
“At New Breeze it is all about providing purchasers with choice.
“Local buyers from Campbelltown, Liverpool and Fairfield looking to capitalise on the expansion plans in the South West Growth Corridor have bought in the community.
“We have also witnessed in recent weeks enquiries coming from North West Corridor and broader Sydney region.
“Hundreds of jobs are being created, new businesses are opening, home frames are everywhere and several cranes are visible across the region.”
The State government has committed to invest over $3.6 billion in its Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan over a 10 year period.
Investment in transport (bus and rail), health, education and community infrastructure are part of this plan.
Campbelltown is located in the middle of the South West Growth Corridor. Its population is forecast to grow from 158,941 to approximately 300,000 by 2036 according to the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research 2015.
This gain will position Campbelltown, encompassing Bardia, at the forefront of Sydney’s metropolitan development.
New Breeze spans across 89 hectares and will comprise approximately 1,300 homes when completed in 2020.
The development will include large high quality parks and playgrounds, a sports oval, bike and cycle paths and 40 hectares of open spaces for recreational activities.
During the second half of 2019, Dahua expects to start construction on its $7.7 million Maxwell Creek Oval project.
Located in Parkside (Stage 3), Maxwell Creek Oval spans approximately 12,000 sqm and has elevated views from the surrounding area into the precinct.
Features include a large playing oval for cricket and two full sized fields for rugby league and soccer pursuits, nature based play area, flying fox, swings and slides, picnic area, shaded barbecue precinct, swing, climbing equipment and amenities building servicing the sports facilities.
Super sized land lots in New Breeze, located eight kilometres from Liverpool CBD, are priced from $630,900.
Liverpool Westfield, Casula Mall and Crossroad Homemaker Centre are all within a 10 to 15 minute drive.
Twelve public and private schools including Macquarie Fields High School and William Carey Christian School are also within a 15 minute drive.
The New Breeze sales office is located at 77 Bardia Avenue, Bardia.
For further information and to register your interest in New Breeze visit www.newbreeze.com.au or call 1300 832 482.