GROWING THE SOUTH-WEST | New Breeze is blowing up a storm here

YOUNG FAMILIES: “Over 30 per cent of New Breeze purchasers are young families,” estate sales manager Jesse Johnson said. “A significant number will send their children to Bardia Public School. Most buyers are already locals from Liverpool, Casula, Ingleburn and Glenfield."
YOUNG FAMILIES: “Over 30 per cent of New Breeze purchasers are young families,” estate sales manager Jesse Johnson said. “A significant number will send their children to Bardia Public School. Most buyers are already locals from Liverpool, Casula, Ingleburn and Glenfield."

Dahua Group says its $1 billion masterplanned community here in the South-WestNewBreeze at Bardia, kept its position as last year’s fastest selling land project in the region.

It achieved more than 400 land sales last year, worth $181+ million.

New Breeze has reached its half-way sales mark with over 650 land sales all up, equating to $300+ million since its launch in April 2016.

The estate’s sales manager, Jesse Johnson, said: “It’s no surprise the incredible sales results are continuing here. The market is slowing in several areas across Sydney, however we’re not seeing those signs.

“More than 15,000 people have registered on the database to get project updates and we continue to get over 30 enquiries each week.

RANGE OF LOTS: “It’s all about bringing the right product to the market. There's a range of land lots here, average size between 240 and 375 square metres. And new types of housing will be introduced this year in stage three," sales manager Jesse Johnson said.

RANGE OF LOTS: “It’s all about bringing the right product to the market. There's a range of land lots here, average size between 240 and 375 square metres. And new types of housing will be introduced this year in stage three," sales manager Jesse Johnson said.

“The South-West Growth Corridor is driving Sydney’s expansion and will continue to do so for decades to come.  New Breeze is positioned in the middle of this corridor and is benefiting from the multi-billion-dollar investment in the region.”

Campbelltown City is at the epicentre of a population boom in the South-West, driving infrastructure, investment and jobs.

The city’s population is forecast to grow from 164,281 to about 276,000 by 2036 (per Profile ID, November 2017).  This will position Campbelltown at the forefront of Sydney’s metropolitan development. Bardia is one of Campbelltown’s rising suburbs.

This growth is transforming the city into a modern, urban centre and raising its investment profile.

Campbelltown is emerging as one of Australia’s fastest-growing cities. It has outstanding potential for investors, small and large businesses, and fantastic living opportunities for current and future residents. The city’s outlook has never been so strong,” said Campbelltown Council general manager Lindy Deitz.

“Before they even move in, house-hunters realise New Breeze already has significant infrastructure in place. This alone is an incredibly powerful purchasing driver.

“Edmondson Park train station and the future Edmonson Town Centre are directly across the road. Bardia Public School is next to the development.

“With a new school, station and multi-billion-dollar retail and lifestyle destination all within a 500-metre walk, many home-owners would say they’ve found a dream location to meet their needs for decades to come.”

This month, Education Minister Rob Stokes announced the start of a major transformation at Bardia Public School.  The existing school will be replaced at a cost of $35 million to create a state-of the-art educational facility, expected to be open in 2019.

“Over 30 per cent of New Breeze purchasers are young families,” Ms Johnson said. “A significant number will send their children to Bardia Public School. Most buyers are already locals from Liverpool, Casula, Ingleburn and Glenfield.

“It’s all about bringing the right product to the market. There’s a range of land lots here, average size between 240 and 375 square metres. And new types of housing will be introduced this year in stage three.”

Land lot sizes range from 200 square metres to 638+ square metres, starting-prices ranging from $299,000 to $628,000. All lots are easy-build and include NBN access. 

Liverpool Westfield, Casula Mall and Crossroad Homemaker Centre are within a 10- to 15-minute drive and 12 public and private schools, including Macquarie Fields High School and William Carey Christian School, are within a 15-minute drive.

New Breeze will comprise 1280 new homes with a range of housing types to suit different lifestyles and budgets. The development will include large high-quality parks and playgrounds, a sports oval, bike and cycle paths and 40 hectares of open spaces for recreation.

It’s 8 kilometres from Liverpool and about 45 minutes from Sydney’s CBD. It’s at the gateway to the expanding South-West Growth Centre and has easy access to Badgerys Creek airport.

About Dahua Group

Dahua Group was established in 1988 with its headquarters in Shanghai, China. Its core business is property development and related investments. The company is ranked as a top 50 developer in China. Dahua has developed a reputable track record for delivering large masterplanned residential communities and mixed-use developments in China.

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