Homebuyers have set aside their uncertainty in the midst of coronavirus to invest in a future at Mt Aliza Estate. Stage one almost sold out within two months, writes ESTHER LAUAKI.
Mount Aliza is a master-planned residential neighbourhood offering an inspired lifestyle.
The estate will have immediate access to a host of established facilities, including schools, shopping, library, community centre, parks, playgrounds and recreational facilities.
Countryland Australia Limited chief executive Intaj Khan says the estate has drawn so much interest because it offers affordable housing.
“We will have the best price and best sizes of affordable lots, which everyone can afford,” Intaj says.
“This is a unique area and despite COVID-19, stage one still sold out in two months. People still want small lots of 300, 350 and 400 square metres that are affordable.
“We’re meeting the demands of the community.
“Mt Aliza is going to be one of Melbourne’s most warm, engaging, successful and family-friendly residential communities.”
The development is located just 40 minutes from Melbourne’s central business district with its sales office at Mt Cottrell Road, Thornhill Park.
A $6 million waterways construction project is under way and fully funded by the Melbourne Water Authority and works at Mt Cottrell Road are on track for completion at the end of this year.
Mt Aliza estate will also be accessible to the future local community town centre and Thornhill train station near a planned primary school.
It will have easy access to the freeway to get to Ballarat or Bacchus Marsh.
Stage one released 45 lots which are almost sold out. A stage two release of 38 lots is on its way.
“Make your dream home at Mt Aliza come true,” Intaj says.
Lots are being marketed through local real estate agents – people who know the area inside out, Intaj says.
“We’ve been able to pass on the savings that we’ve saved on marketing on to buyers,” he says.
The $25,000 government home builders scheme has boosted the confidence of buyers, also driving sales.
Construction on the site has just started on August 21 and Intaj says it will create more than 200 jobs in the construction sector at a time it’s very much needed.
“Countryland Australia is committed to creating local jobs and affordable housing in the face of this economic crisis,” Intaj says.
“The construction of waterways has been commenced by Winslow Construction Company and is expected to be completed by the end of this year.
“85 per cent of stage one has been sold out, thanks to our dedicated real estate partners, Bloom Real Estate Agents and Gambit Property Group.”
Mt Aliza Estate, 845 Mt Cottrell Road, Thornhill Park. Inquiries: 0430 091 146, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.mountaliza.com.au