Award-winning Hunter-based developer, McCloy Group has released its latest residential development in Medowie with 15 homesites secured on day 1 and 20 within 48 hours of release!

Stage 1 of The Gardens was released on Saturday 11th July with a number of hopeful parties camping out from as early as the Monday prior to be the first to secure a homesite, with numbers increasing as the release date approached.

The Gardens is found in the heart of Medowie offering future residents a convenient stroll to the local shopping centres and community facilities whilst providing an easy 35-minute commute into Newcastle CBD. When complete The Gardens is anticipated to comprise of 211 residential homesites, with an average size of 550m2 across the 20-hectare parcel of land.

Project Director, James Goode said that Medowie was identified as a key growth area with its proximity to Port Stephens beaches and nearby work opportunities at the RAAF, the expanding Newcastle Airport and Newcastle CBD. And, The Gardens is not the first McCloy Community in Medowie, with sister site The Bower being a sell out within 48 hours of Stage 1 Release in 2016.

“This is a premium offering in the Medowie area, so we did expect demand to be strong,’ said Mr Goode. “We identified Medowie as an area that was in need of more housing with the number of work opportunities nearby and its proximity to Newcastle. After experiencing a positive reaction since launching The Bower, we sought to broaden our offering in the area.”

True to the name The Gardens will be a unique opportunity where lush manicured gardens line the perimeter and mature street trees wrap the streetscape. Public art will be another key feature, with a striking entry feature developed as part of Stage 1 and more public art installations planned to find their home at The Gardens.

“We seek to make communities that we would be proud to call home. Future residents can look forward to the hallmarks of McCloy Communities at The Gardens including mature street trees, children’s facilities and wider community support”

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