Build your dream home with the best of both worlds, within a short drive to the city center and sitting on natures doorstep, it is the better choice.
Surrounded by the pristine nature reserves, and with views to Black Mountain and the Brindabella Ranges, this is where you can leave the hustle and bustle behind and set your own pace of life.
Throsby is located adjacent to Horse Park Drive, minutes from local shops, schools and the Gungahlin Town Centre. Located the same distance from Canberra City as Weston Creek, Woden Valley and Belconnen, Throsby is closer to where you work, shop and learn. It will be home to approximately 2,500 people and will feature a future learning centre connected to Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve.
Throsby has been designed for the pedestrian with a convenient network of pathways, along with a future bus route with stops no more than 400 metres from each home. Playgrounds and open spaces encourage people to meet and gather, whilst generous block sizes and quieter streets mean more opportunities to get together with friends and neighbours.
A choice of block types means that whatever life stage you are at, you can create the home you have always desired.
If you are looking to build your dream home close to amenities and connected to nature, Throsby is where you want to be.
To view other blocks available in Throsby, visit www.suburbanland.act.gov.au/throsby or contact Civium Property Group for more information.
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