Land release unlocks door to The Hunt Club

Oct 20, 2012

Land Release at the Hunt Club

Prospective buyers who have been waiting for an opportunity to secure land at The Hunt Club now have their chance following an exclusive release of blocks within the Mayfield Precinct at the award-winning estate in Cranbourne East.

A total of 16 lots have been made available in the Stage 84 release, ranging in size from 320sqm to 565sqm.

Located in the south eastern section of the estate, the Mayfield Precinct is set to become one of the most sought after areas within The Hunt Club, with a park and wetlands to be created in its neighbourhood.

“Interest in this release has been immediate, with the first sales having been taken from day one,” said The Hunt Club Marketing Executive, Irene Najdecki.

“People from all over Melbourne are looking to call The Hunt Club home, so buyers are advised not to delay as there are only a limited number of blocks in this latest release.”

Over the past decade, The Hunt Club has built an excellent reputation as a growing community offering a family-friendly lifestyle.

An ever-expanding range of local facilities and services has been further enhanced in 2011 with the opening of state-of-the-art Primary and Secondary schools and the commencement of a second bus route within the neighbourhood.

Other key local facilities and services include a childcare centre, council Maternal and Child Health Centre including two kindergarten rooms, as well as the Hunters Green Retirement Village.

The Hunt Club is also renowned for its picturesque natural surroundings, being one of only a select group of Victorian developments to carry HIA Greensmart recognition for achieving minimal environmental impact, maximum energy efficiency and superior urban design.

All new homes constructed in the estate are connected to a recycled water supply for a variety of non-drinking purposes. Keeping pace with the information age, residents at The Hunt Club also enjoy the availability of super high speed broadband in all homes.

“The Hunt Club has everything new home buyers are looking for, including location and affordability. Families want to build their futures here and this new land release within the Mayfield Precinct provides the key to the door,” Ms Najdecki commented.

To obtain further details on the current Stage 84 release at The Hunt Club, visit the Land Sales and Information Office at 14 Broad Oak Drive, Cranbourne East (Melways ref: 134 D3) open daily from 10am to 5pm, or phone (03) 5996 7088.

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