prestige allotments set next to large reserve
REALTY SA will release 23 allotments in the stage five development at Blakeview Grove at the weekend. Set next to a large reserve with a creek, the development is close to major transport routes and a wide range of facilities and incorporates all the things people are looking for when building a new home.
‘‘Blakeview Grove undoubtedly is some of the best land on offer in the northern suburbs,’’ says Realty SA sales manager John Simonetti.
‘‘This area is highly sought after,’’ he says. ‘‘There are good schools, sporting clubs and plenty of open space. Munno Para Shopping Centre is just down the road, Elizabeth City Centre is a five-minute drive away, and the city is easily accessible by public transport. It really is a fantastic location.’’
Nestled on the hill-face side off Craigmore Rd, Blakeview Grove comprises some 360 villa, courtyard and traditional allotments. The development includes meandering streets, open spaces, communal reserves and councilapproved building guidelines, all helping to create a sense of community.
‘‘The land is on a gentle slope,’’ Mr Simonetti says. ‘‘This gives Blakeview Grove a dimension that lifts it above the norm, without compromising the ease of building.’’
As a part of the building guidelines, all houses must contain energy-efficient appliances and all new residents are encouraged to install solar heating.
This is on top of the recycled water system that already is part of the development and provides water for the gardens and toilets.
The stage five allotments – for villa, courtyard and traditional homes – are priced from $138,000 to $195,000.
Mr Simonetti says Blakeview Grove represents the future in modern living.
‘‘The attention to detail and the long-term planning has set the foundation for a thriving community and an excellent investment.’’
LAND RELEASE: A Fairmont Homes display house at the Blakeview Grove development.