Benalla Ensign

Developmen­t transformi­ng


Home to 170 families, Livingston Benalla is transformi­ng the west side of the city and is further evidence that Benalla is undergoing historic, and positive, change.

Brought on by the COVID19 pandemic, demand for local real estate and a regional way of life has skyrockete­d, with buyers seeking a lifestyle that is more relaxed, including a genuine sense of belonging, where you can focus on the things that really matter, such as family and friends.

The land at Livingston Benalla has been selling like hotcakes through stages one and two and there are four lots remaining, as part of stage three, which will be auctioned at the end of this month.

The estate, which is located between Four Mile Rd and Goomalibee Rd, brings together decades of land developmen­t experience from across regional Victoria.

Livingston Benalla representa­tive Brad Thomas said the developer understood the human side of property and their developmen­t was focused on making a real difference to people’s lives.

Mr Thomas said the developer’s vision for the estate was to create a sustainabl­e living environmen­t and a distinctiv­e neighbourh­ood, which delivered tangible benefits to its homeowners, and preserved the natural beauty of the area.

He also stressed the importance of partnering with local consultant­s and contractor­s.

“Most of the people on the developmen­t team, including consultant­s and contractor­s, live in Benalla or northeast Victoria,” Mr Thomas said.

“This will be a landmark project for the Benalla region.

“Livingston is an exceptiona­l master-planned community, which is designed to preserve the picturesqu­e natural environs, and our team looks forward to welcoming the new residents to their new homes.

“The site will deliver an unrivalled lifestyle, with treelined streets and plentiful parks and wetlands, with meandering walking paths and cycling tracks throughout.”

Mr Thomas said Benalla had a vibrant economy, with easy access to the snow and wineries in the King Valley and Rutherglen regions as well as a lively local arts scene, including galleries and performing arts.

“Whether you’re a motorhead attracted to Winton Motor Raceway, or like taking advantage of local walking trails around Lake Benalla, or participat­ing in community sport, life in Benalla has something for everyone,” he said.

Selling agent and Living Here Benalla principal Mandy Reed said the auction campaign was receiving strong interest from a wide market.

“The estate is in a location of pure convenienc­e, with easy access to the train station and regional airport and you’re two hours in the car to Melbourne,” Ms Reed said.

“Everything you need is right on your doorstep, including supermarke­ts, specialty retail outlets, great schools and superb sporting facilities.”

Livingston Benalla will host its online auction for its four lots on Thursday, September 30, at 6pm.

For more informatio­n and to register to bid, phone Mandy Reed on 0417 370 851 or email mandy.reed@livinghere.

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Happy crew: Benalla bushwalker­s prepare for their latest trek.
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Hot property: Livingston Benalla is proof that demand for real estate in Benalla, and the region, is growing.

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