Introducing the Streetscape Plus Homes at Ginninderry
With a diverse range of blocks and housing types, Ginninderry will offer everything from traditional family homes on compact and large blocks, right through to terrace homes and townhouses. Streetscape Plus blocks introduce versatile freestanding housing on mid-sized blocks and an outstanding alternative living option for a wide range of buyers. These homes will front the street and the garages will be accessed from a rear lane to create impeccable street appeal.What makes Ginninderry's Streetscape Plus Blocks truly unique, is the opportunity to build a Fonzie Flat, a Studio or even a self-contained dwelling above the garage. And because these affordable living spaces will look out over the rear lane, they also will provide added security.
If you would like to receive a copy of Ginninderry's Market Outlook prepared by URBIS which covers Regional Overview, Location & Accessibility, Demographics & Population, Employment & Education, Residential Market and the Rental Market in the Ginninderry study area please contact Ross or Cathy at the Ginninderry Sales Team on 1800 316 900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Block Section Block Size Package Price from Builder 6 9 567m2 $1,149,400 APA Homes 3 10 539m2 $1,107,400 APA Homes 9 10 449m2 $1,076,400 APA Homes 5 16 571m2 $1,156,400 APA Homes 5 10 446m2 $1,062,000 Gracious Living 1 10 585m2 $1,159,000 Gracious Living 12 10 449m2 $1,088,000 Gracious Living
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