Masterplanned estate with homestead allotments for Cobbitty, New South Wales

Masterplanned estate with homestead allotments for Cobbitty, New South Wales
Masterplanned estate with homestead allotments for Cobbitty, New South Wales

A new masterplanned estate from AVJennings has released its first stage, with homestead allotments and heritage protected countryside views.

The community, called Arcadian Hills, is in Cobbitty, New South Wales, some 60 kilometres south west of Sydney. The area is largely farmland, and it is a village near the more widely-known Camden.

Cobbitty is home to many amazing homes, including Amanpuri that sold for $5.6 million earlier this year.

This development will bring 457 country-style residences to the township, and also offer land-only sales in later stage releases.

AVJennings NSW’s executive general manager, Alan Soutar, said that the development is unique to the Camden LGA, and will be part of the growth already seen in the council area.

“The village of Cobbity has all the benefits of a wonderful rural community, yet the proximity to the future Oran Park Town and Camden making it a convenient place to live. Arcadian Hills will offer a tranquil family haven with a distinctive country feel,” said Soutar.

“The Arcadian Hills site was once home to a small village clustered around a historic homestead, with everyone from a blacksmith to a brickmaker and their families sharing a thriving community. Today, Arcadian Hills adjoins a 500 acre heritage area, providing never-to-be-built out neighbouring green pastures and bushland,” he said.

A fitness trail and cycleway will be included, as well as ‘Village Green’ areas and playground facilities.

Member for Camden, Chris Pattrerson, said that the development will appeal to those looking for a rural lifestyle but maintaining the conveniences of the suburbs.

 “We are pleased that AVJennings is investing further in the Camden region following the success of the company’s other local development, at Elderslie.”

The first stage includes six homes, with prices from $595,000, including both single and double storey properties.

The historic Lily Pond will be the centre of the development, with Stage One’s arterial road being Olive Hill Drive.

In February 2013, things were reportedly looking tough for AVJennings as they awaited interest to return to the house and land sector. As a result, they'd cut the value of this development due to bureaucratic red tape.

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke was a property writer at Property Observer

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