Hills’ newest housing estate Greenway sells out its first stage of house packages
17 March 2014 / Rouse Hill Times
It may be dirt now, but the Greenway estate site in Marsden Park will have more than 600 homes when completed.
THE Hills’ newest housing development, Greenway, is receiving a lot of interest with the first-stage releases already sold out.
Developers Legacy Property launched the project at Marsden Park last week. It is close to the new Sydney Business Park and will have a shopping centre as well as a 10-home display village.
Chief executive Matthew Hyder said the company had already signed up five “leading builders” and sold out the first stage. “We didn’t perceive this level of demand when we released our first land package and we’re very happy with the response,” he said. “We believe Greenway is the gateway to the northwest growth centre and with the upgrade being done at Richmond Rd and Schofields Rd, it will be a fantastic opportunity. “We plan to build between 600 and 700 homes on 56ha of land which has the beautiful Bells Creek running through it.”
Mr Hyder said the whole estate will be environtally-efficient with eco friendly designs and a water cycle management plan. “The next release of land packages will be at the end of March,” he said. “This is the first project we are doing in the Blacktown Council area.”
■ More than 600 homes will be built, with first stage ready early 2015
■ House and land packages start from $569,000 to $734,000
■ Details: 1800 110 227
Extracts from article by L. Machado.