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Four hot off-the-plan developments in Canberra you can buy now

Fairway Ginninderra Estate development.Fairway Ginninderra Estate development. Photo: Luton Projects

Canberra is in the midst of a residential development boom, and consequently a number of houses are selling off-the-plan. 

Buying off-the-plan can be financially beneficial as you get a number of government incentives and can enjoy living in a new home without paying market premium. 

Here are four hot off-the-plan developments that are for sale in Canberra. 

For those who love the outdoors: Fairway Ginninderra Estate 

Located in the boutique Ginninderra Estate, Fairway, is a small development with only 12 homes. The houses have either three or four bedrooms and offer views of Brindabella.

Each house boasts a generous outdoor area and there are  several fitness trails nearby.

Features of the development include stone benchtops, Gareth Ashton tapware and engineered timber floors in the living areas.

Price: $512,000 to $584,000+




Agent: Slade Minson, Luton Projects, 0435 659 746

For first-home buyers: Jardin Greenway

Jardin Apartments, Southport, Greenway. Canberra Domain Allhomes. April 15, 2017.?

The one-bedroom apartments in this Greenway development are great value for money and perfect for the first-home buyer. Starting at $249,000, residents will be treated with an amazing lifestyle as it is walking distance to Lake Tuggeranong and a number of shops, gyms, restaurants and cafes.

Jardin boasts a number of impressive features including double glazed windows, solar powered common areas, LED lighting and an optional bamboo timber floor upgrade.

Perhaps the most impressive feature is the rooftop garden where residents can go to relax and enjoy the sunset.

Price: $215,000 + $420,000

Agent: Andrew Ligdopoulos, LJ Hooker, 0408 488 148

For those who love Ikea: Alpine Villas Moncrieff

Canberra Domain Allhomes. Alpine Villas, Moncrieff, Gungahlin. July 17, 2017.?

Scandinavian style has taken the interior world by storm in recent years with its simple, functional design and the influence of Ikea. For those who love this trend, the Scandinavian-inspired Alpine Villas in Moncrieff might just be perfect.

This bespoke development of 40 villas in one of Canberra’s newest suburbs offers quality, open-plan living with chic Scandinavian interiors.

Each townhouse has built-in wardrobes, instantaneous gas hot water and a landscaped courtyard.,

Alpine Villas are perfect for families – young and old.

Price: $480,000 – $510,000

Agent: Stephen Laughton, Pod Projects Group, 0499 364 064

For the hipsters: Founders Lane

Jardin in Greenway is perfect for the first-home buyer

In walking distance of Braddon’s hipster cafes and near the Iconic Gorman House, Founders Lane is a hipster’s dream.

Priding itself on energy efficiency, Founders Lane is located within walking distance of some of the city’s finest dining and cultural experiences. The one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments are already under construction.

Features include north-facing balconies, rooftop solar panels,  all-weather terraces with city views and floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of Mount Ainslie.

Price: $350,379 – $788,206

Agents: Jason Watson and Jeremy Grobben, JWLand, 0425 366 663 (Jason) and 0412 552 751 (Jeremy) 

Images: 

Jardin Apartments, Southport, Greenway. April 15, 2017.? Photo: LJ Hooker

Alpine Villas, Moncrieff, Gungahlin. July 17, 2017. Photo: Supplied

Founders Lane, Braddon, Canberra. Photo: FloodSlicer Pty Ltd