Huonville's newest estate is here, located on the Southern edge of the township with sweeping mountain, river and valley views Homedale Estate has been much anticipated in recent years by many locals and has been in the same family for generations and was once an apple and pear orchard.
Positioned on one of the most desirable locations in the Huonville township, these blocks will be one of the best opportunities to secure a great position for your future home site, overlooking the surrounding pastures that are set to remain as paddocks down to the river reserve.
The blocks range in size from 580m2 to 800m2 and are priced with a firm pricing structure as follows.
Lot 1 - Under Contract Lot 2 - Under Contract Lot 3 - SOLD Lot 4 - SOLD Lot 28 - Under Contract Lot 29 - Under Contract Lot 30 - Under Contract Lot 31 - Under Contract Lot 32 - SOLD Lot 33 - SOLD Lot 34 - SOLD Lot 35 - SOLD Lot 36 - SOLD Lot 37 - SOLD Lot 38 - Under Contract Lot 39 - Under Contract Lot 40 - Under Contract Lot 41 - Under Contract Lot 42 - SOLD Lot 43 - Under Contract Lot 44 - Under Contract Lot 45 - SOLD Lot 46 - Under Contract Lot 47 - Under Contract Lot 48 - Under Contract Lot 49 - Under Contract Lot 50 - Under Contract Lot 51 - Under Contract Lot 52 - Under Contract
The development does have some covenants that protect and restrict certain development including multiple dwellings (units) and second hand/relocated homes. Please enquire on this website for a full block plan and covenant list anytime.
Titles are expected to be issued in mid to late 2021 but we are taking contracts now. For your chance to choose and secure a block of your preference please contact us today.
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