A buyer trend is emerging in the $1 billion New Breeze estate in Western Sydney’s Bardia suburb – family and friend clusters. Purchasers in the project are recommending it to their family and friends who are then subsequently buying in the estate.
First home buyer Dipen Mahara, an IT consultant from Silverwater discovered the estate in July this year and placed a deposit to buy his first land parcel to build a dream home. He has also introduced eight friends and family members to the estate, seven of which are also first home buyers.
“A friend from university who lives in Western Sydney suggested I view the plans for New Breeze. After visiting the sales office with a friend, we both decided to immediately purchase. Since that time I have continued to draw family and friends to join me. My sister is next door, three friends are either side of us and three are in the street behind where my house will be positioned,” said Dipen.
“New Breeze is located in the middle of the South West growth corridor and offer many benefits including its proximity to the M4 and M5 motorways, a train station is 400 metres from my door step with direct access to the city and Crossroad Homemaker Centre is a short drive. I also liked the idea that Bardia is the name of a region in Nepal, where I was born.”
Kith Clark, Development Director for New Breeze and APP Corporation added, “We are discovering family and friend clusters are forming across the project which is pleasing to see. The area is attracting all ages and nationalities who are embracing the opportunity to live in a new estate.
“Families were at the forefront of our minds when the concept of the masterplanned community was planned. There is an abundance of open spaces for recreational pursuits and playgrounds for families to enjoy. New Breeze is also within a 15 minute drive to 12 public and private schools.”
A variety of lot sizes are available ranging from 250 sq m to over 647.7 sq m with prices starting from $330,000 to $670,000. These lots are positioned close to Brigade Park and Bardia Public School. All of the lots are easy build and include NBN access. House and land packages from a large range of leading Sydney builders are priced from $637,000.
New Breeze will comprise 1280 new homes with a range of housing types to suit all lifestyles and budgets. The development will include large high quality parks and playgrounds, a sports oval, bike and cycle paths and 40 hectares of open spaces for recreational activities.
It is also situated adjacent to an existing school (Bardia Public School), the future town centre, Hume Highway and Edmondson Park Train Station. Liverpool Westfield, Casula Mall and Crossroad Homemaker Centre are all within a ten to 15 minute drive.
The sales office is located on the corner of Bardia Avenue and Macdonald Road, Bardia. For further information and to register your interest in New Breeze visit http://newbreeze.com.au/ or call 1300 832 482.