Stages 1 & 2 Sold. NEW land release now selling!
While the first 23 home sites at The Lakes Dolphin Point were snapped up before the master planned community was launched, the next land release is generating the same levels of enquiry according to The Lakes' project manager, Jim Griffin.
"Home sites in our new land release have higher elevations than the first two stages with very moderate contours or slopes and mostly northern aspects; which is great for saving on building costs while also enjoying the benefits of elevated living."
When asked why the first two land releases sold so quickly, Jim said once buyers could see activity underway at The Lakes such as roadways, street lighting, footpaths and landscaping he expected the lots would sell quickly.
"The Lakes Dolphin Point has been in the development pipeline for a few years and once civil works were completed, buyers had tangible evidence of our vision for this master planned community. They could picture themselves living in this beautiful location close the ocean and Burrill Lake, and the convenience to the retail and service facilities in Ulladulla and Milton."
Buyers in stages 1 and 2 range from local retirees, first homebuyers and builders, to investors living further afield in Canberra, Blue Mountains, Sydney and Nowra.
"One couple from Sydney was actually travelling to Batemans Bay looking for an investment property," Jim said. "By chance, they turned off the Princes Highway at Dolphin Point and found out about The Lakes from a sign and contacted me," he explained. "They purchased a block on the spot!"
"I'm finding that once people visit The Lakes estate and take in the beauty of the location surrounded on two sides by Meroo National Park and see our master plan featuring 3 kilometres of bike and walking trails, 17 hectares of open parkland and the central lake that's home to a range of native birdlife, they're hooked.
"In a nutshell, the first two stages sold so quickly because buyers could see great land value in an exceptionally beautiful location surrounded by nature," Jim added.