fishing and golf attract buyers
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.thedunesporthughes.com.au.
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.