fish­ing and golf at­tract buy­ers

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - LIFESTYLE ALLOTMENTS -

LIV­ING next to a cham­pi­onship golf course and within a stone’s throw from the ocean is prov­ing to be an at­trac­tive propo­si­tion for land buy­ers at The Dunes Port Hughes.

As South Aus­tralia’s largest planned res­i­den­tial and re­sort devel­op­ment, The Dunes is ap­peal­ing to seachang­ers and hol­i­day-mak­ers alike, with the beach­side beauty of Port Hughes cou­pled with the town’s close prox­im­ity to Ade­laide.

With plans to even­tu­ally in­clude more than 2000 homes, al­lot­ments in the first stages have been re­leased to the mar­ket, with blocks sell­ing at a rate of al­most three a week since the start of 2010.

In ad­di­tion to new roads, lakes and other key in­fra­struc­ture, a dis­play vil­lage is set to be built fea­tur­ing the lat­est hous­ing de­signs from some of South Aus­tralia’s best builders such as Scott Sal­is­bury, Wahlst­edt, Hamra, Coun­try Liv­ing, Coast to Coast, Sarah and Lon­gridge Homes.

A ma­jor fea­ture of the devel­op­ment is an 18-hole, Greg Nor­man-de­signed cham­pi­onship golf course.

Golfers can ex­pect to tee off on the front nine by next au­tumn, while the full links-style lay­out will be com­pleted soon af­ter to PGA stan­dards.

In­quiries: ph 1300 788 867 or visit www.the­dune­s­

The Dunes Port Hughes chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer An­drew Martin says the project is cap­i­tal­is­ing on the state’s resur­gent real es­tate mar­ket and the grow­ing pop­u­lar­ity of the Yorke Penin­sula a mong l ocal prop­erty buy­ers, as well as in­ter­state and over­seas in­vestors. ‘‘We’ve cer­tainly come a long way over the past year in terms of civil works and pre­par­ing land al­lot­ments for re­lease,’’ he says.

‘‘We ex­pect to make even big­ger in­roads in com­ing months as con­struc­tion ramps up even fur­ther.’’

ABOVE LEFT: The Dunes at Port Hughes ap­peals to sea-chang­ers and hol­i­day-mak­ers alike.

BE­LOW: The three­bed­room prop­erty at Amer­i­can River.

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