YOU can already start to get a feeling about what life will be like living at Kilcunda, on a residential allotment, in the new Crystalbrook Estate in the centre of town.
A number of the blocks in the first release, Stage 1A, have already been sold and with titles available immediately, several homes are under construction with the first new owners in and enjoying the lifestyle.
With the magnificent Kilcunda surf beach stretching away in the distance and the shops and Killy Pub just around the corner, you’ve got the best of both worlds when it comes to coastal living.
Imagine leaving the rat race behind you in Wonthaggi, or Melbourne for that matter, and heading for your new home at Kilcunda; a place where you can breathe the sea air, go for a walk along the rail trail, take the fishing rod or surfboard out and really start enjoying your life at home.
That’s Kilcunda for you, close to everything but away from it all at the same time.
“We’ve got five blocks left in Stage 1A and we’re moving into Stage 1B now. You can put up a holding deposit of $5000 to secure the block of your choice whilst the developers get on with building Central Park,” said selling agent, Blair Hodges (0418 358 275).
Outside of the magnificent views of the coast and/or the rural hinterland, one of the features of the Crystalbrook Estate will be the 1.3ha parkland to include a wetland, footbridge, rotunda, picnic tables, and extensive landscaping.
“A number of the allotments in Stage 1B will overlook Central Park as well as offer other views. It’s going to be a great place to live,” he said.
Mr Hodges said the small entry deposit gave interested people the chance to secure the block of their choice and there were also generous terms on offer for the overall purchase price, due when the parklands were completed.
“The roads and all services are already in and you can start planning to build.”
Stage 1A prices range from $155,000 to $250,000 and with the building industry very competitive at the moment, the overall house and land package represents excellent value in such a great lifestyle location, according to Mr Hodges.
This Sunday, January 24 it’s the famous Kilcunda Lobster Festival at Kilcunda, during what will be an extended Australia Day long weekend for many and while you’re in town, you should follow the signs to the Crystalbrook Estate.
The site office, on the Bass Highway (next to the Kilcunda Hall) will be open for most of the weekend, so why not call in and have a chat about the benefits of buying at Crystalbrook (see advert this issue).
It’s “location, location, location” according to Blair Hodges, with Kilcunda only 115km from Melbourne, Crystalbrook located right in the heart of town, and four allotments in Stage 1B right opposite the park, being offered at $187,500 – “try buying something like that at Inverloch”!
Wouldn’t you rather live at Crystalbrook?