We are in the throes of completing the first 47 sections for Stage 1 of Sanctuary Point for our client Sanctuary Point Investments Limited. Works will be completed this side of Christmas with titles issued in early 2020.
Craig McCormick, Senior Development Manager for the project says “We are thrilled to be delivering a quality new residential community at Sanctuary Point. The site is unique in its coastal position, wetlands and local park boundary. The opportunity to masterplan a site of this scale and create a real sense of place and community has been incredibly rewarding.”
Sanctuary Point has innovated in the delivery of different housing product and section sizes, providing a spectrum of housing options and choice to buyers. “We have larger premium lots with water frontage where we are delivering bespoke architecturally designed homes that overlook the harbour. In other areas of the site we have been very mindful about creating well designed and compact housing, and have worked in partnership with trusted home builders like Venture Homes to achieve this. We are finding that we are attracting strong interest from a wide range of buyers wanting to purchase into this new community including young families and early retirees.” says Craig.
“In establishing a quality public spaces and streets with their own identity, we have been very thoughtful about landscaping, and the look and feel of the spaces. We have strived to achieve a high quality, green, walkable and low speed street environment that encourages the residents to interact and come together. Of the 134 lots, 89 of these front onto the water, park or greenspace.”
With this much greenspace, Craig says to watch out in December for the Veros team who will be down on site lending a helping hand to the planting of over 1,500 trees in 16 species.
The project has proved a popular one with Stage 1 being 100% sold out before construction commended. With 90% of Stage 2 already presold, Stage 2 works commence in February 2020. We are currently taking enquiries and expressions of interest for the final stage 3.