Landcom will this weekend release 56 new land lots in stages two and three in its popular Bunya community, located in the new suburb of Bungarribee.
This is the first land release in Bunya where purchasers can choose their own builder. Only seven lots in this release require house hunters to choose a builder from Bunya’s Builder team.
Robert Sullivan, General Manager of Corporate Marketing from Landcom comments, “Bunya is a great example of how Landcom is melding old infrastructure with new housing. The development is strategically located in close proximity to major transport links including the M4, railway station and the Greater Western corridor employment area.”
“Most of the purchasers are change-over buyers seeking to buy their second or third home. In recent weeks more first home buyers have come back into the market and are expected to purchase in the new land release.”
“The first two land releases sold very quickly earlier this year and we again anticipate a strong response at the weekend to the latest land announcement. Several purchasers in Bunya have come from Sri Lankan, Bangladesh and Filipino communities from the Blacktown area,” he added.
Land in stage two and three is priced from $235,000, with frontages up to 21 metres and ranging in size from 331 sq m to 738 sq m. Some offer a parkland aspect of the Western Sydney Parklands, while others are close to Bungarribee Homestead Park. Land also includes the $20,000 Housing Affordability Fund Rebate for eligible purchasers (conditions apply).
All purchasers will also be offered two rebates - $5,000 towards design and landscaping and an additional $5,000 for implementing various sustainability guidelines as outlined in the design guideline handbook (conditions apply).
The Builder Display Village is now open in Bunya and showcases eight clever and interesting designs from four of Sydney’s prominent house builders including Allcastle Homes, Champion Homes, Eden Brae Homes and Wisdom Homes.
Bunya is located in the epicentre of Western Sydney. Several private and public schools are close by, local shopping centres are a short walk from the community, Blacktown Shopping Centre is within a five minute drive, Doonside railway station is approximately 500 metres from the northern end of the project and the local bus route will loop off the site in 2012.
Landcom recently announced that Bunya has aptly named many of its streets after famous horses that were born and bred on this site.
All of the street names in stages one and two have a story associated with their name which dates back to the early 19th century when the area was a horse stud.
For further information visit the Sales Centre on Steeltrap Drive (off Doonside Road), www.bunyaliving.com.au or call 02 9806 9200.
Media contact: Natasha McGuire, Red Leopard PR, phone: 02 9328 4248 or 04000 90553.