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Welcome to Cathlaw on Ferrier, a unique collection of residential allotments with an average lot size of some 670m2. With allotments ranging from 330m2 to 931m2 a wide variety of lifestyles are catered for. Located within walking distance of the Gisborne Station (as little as 50 minutes to Southern Cross) and with easy access of the Calder Freeway, the properties are in perfect harmony with the surrounding natural beauty of neighbouring parks and the rural hinterland.
Stage 1A Lot 4: Available Lot 13: Available
Stage 1B Lot 65: Available Lot 66: Available
Stage 1C Lot 58: Available Lot 59: Available Lot 60: Available Lot 61: Available
Mt Macedon provides a magnificent backdrop. This is a superb location enhanced with incorporated parklands while being accessible to every convenience - striking a perfect balance for an enhanced, modern lifestyle.
Three schools, cafe and the train station are all easily within walking distance - highlighting the potential of this important holding. The project incorporates an open space spine, providing recreation and community amenities, and there is a proposed neighbourhood shopping centre adjoining the project.
Gisborne and New Gisborne townships - both characterised by a distinct village feel, offer vibrant cafes, restaurants and boutique shops for relaxed enjoyment.
For more information visit: cathlawonferrier.com.au
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