21 NOV 2019
With stunning views towards the spectacular D’Aguilar range and walking distance to schools, community park and the future Town Centre, the Park Rise release at Providence South Ripley is among the most exclusive new land releases to hit the entire Ripley Valley market this year.
Comprising 23 elevated homesites, each with generous site coverage that allows you to build a large family-friendly home, Park Rise is already in high demand from buyers.
The name Park Rise reflects the topographical features of the land it’s situated on, consisting of a gentle rise offering views to the north across Providence to the peaks of the D’Aguilar range, and culminating in a community park at the top of the precinct.
The release includes homesites with frontages of up to 18 metres and total sizes up to 540 sqm with prices starting from $199,400. With settlement due in May next year buyers will be able to celebrate Christmas 2020 in their new home.
Providence Sales Manager Jamie Martin said the premium homesites were expected to be in high demand due to their size and location.
“There will not be too many more opportunities to buy into Providence in such a convenient location with large blocks designed specifically for families,” he said.
“With the new schools opening next year a few hundred metres away, a new community park at the end of the street and the proposed town centre a stone’s throw away you’ll hardly even need a car,” he said.
Providence is the largest masterplanned community in the Ripley Valley growth corridor where there is a massive $4.4 billion worth of residential projects currently underway which will ultimately provide around 50,000 dwellings to house 120,000 people.
To date, more than 1,300 homesites have been sold at Providence with a population now approaching 3,000 people.
For more information register your interest here or visit the Providence Land Sales Centre at 6 Amity Way, South Ripley. Sales Centre is open 10am - 5pm, seven days a week. You can also call one of our helpful sales team on 1800 604 246.Back to News Listing