Point Cook is justifiably considered an urban utopia for land buyers. It is also perfectly positioned within the City of Wyndham, the fastest growing municipality in Australia.
And there’s a touch of irony in Point Cook being the birthplace of the Royal Australian Air Force, as land purchasers are ‘flying high’ with several exciting land opportunities.
A fab four of estates putting prospective land owners on cloud nine are Featherbrook, Kingsford, Paragon and Saltwater Coast. Most major home builders build homes within these estates and a visit to the area will uncover numerous display homes and villages.
Developed by Central Equity, Featherbrook has a diverse variety of allotments to choose from.
Featherbrook is an eclectic mix of urban lifestyle and open space, and around 25 minutes from the Melbourne CBD. And there’s plenty of convenience given the vast array of residential and recreational amenities – from established shopping, schools and transport to parks, reserves and sporting facilities.
The aptly named Kingsford estate is also sure to tickle the fancy of future land owners.
Developed by Peet, Kingsford estate includes a number of parks ensuring kids have all the room they need to really unwind and burn energy. New land owners will enjoy peace and tranquility.
With a blend of the old and new, Kingsford caters for the growing family as it’s within arm’s reach of six local shopping centres and 16 public and private schools, plus beaches nearby. Kingsford is approximately 45 minutes from Geelong and access to the Bellarine Peninsula.
Other land for sale in Point Cook which is astutely planned is Paragon at Point Cook. Developed by the Pask Group, Paragon is noted for its contemporary and vibrant design.
Paragon is prime land on the edge of the bay… It has everything for the lifestyle enthusiast, from swimming, golf and a 22-hectare sports precinct to the $150m Point Cook Town Centre just up the road.
Melbourne’s newest bayside community is the enticingly titled Saltwater Coast, developed by FKP. Additional amenities on the drawing board for Saltwater Coast Point Cook include a neighbourhood shopping centre, primary school, Catholic school, ovals and an exclusive residents only Lifestyle Centre.
The Saltwater Coast display village also features 49 display homes from 16 of Melbourne’s premier builders so bring a picnic as you might not want to leave.
NB. Land in Point Cook is served by three separate access points to the Princes Freeway (M1).