Point of difference
CONSTRUCTION is set to start on the latest release of apartments and townhouses at South Morang community Mason Point.
Five apartments remain in the Jackson Clements Burrows Architects-designed development, with builders set to break ground on the third release in August.
The first two releases of the development, a joint venture between Gibson Property Corporation and Roche Property Group, have sold out and the third release is 90 per cent sold.
All the townhouses in this release have been snapped up, with just five apartments remaining on the market.
GPC director Charles Gibson said the masterplanned community provided large, architect-designed and wellpriced apartments near amenities such as Westfield Plenty Valley shopping centre, South Morang train station, RMIT University and schools.
Light, space and attention to detail in the apartments were complemented by a colour palette of natural gum, bark and native grasses.
Appointments and appliances were selected to reflect contemporary tastes.
“Mason Point’s master plan has come to life and the vision is now over 50 per cent complete,” Mr Gibson said. “We have a Kool Kidz child care centre, a medical practice and cafe, along with many more businesses complementing the Mason Point development.
“With three Mason Point releases consisting of over 220 dwellings under construction simultaneously, the South Morang Activity Centre is a hive of activity creating many jobs over the next 18 months.”
He said many clients had reinvested in the third release, where prices were cheaper and which provided larger floor spaces compared with properties in nearby Bundoora.
Two-bedroom, twobathroom apartments measuring 75sq m with outdoor areas up to 30sq m range in price from $374,500 to $392,750.
Three-bedroom apartments, which are 99sq m with outdoor areas up to 39sq m, start from $425,000.
For more details, call 9684 8138, visit the display suite on the corner of Oleander Drive and Bush Blvd, Mill Park, open 11am to 4pm weekends or see masonpoint.com.au