National property group Cedar Woods will release more land at its Harrisdale Green estate, located south of Perth, with the launch of the Greenlink Mews precinct.
National property group Cedar Woods Properties will release more land at its Harrisdale Green estate, located south of Perth, with the launch of the Greenlink Mews precinct.
The group has partnered with builders TERRACE Homes and Nicheliving to deliver 21 house and land packages (10 double storey and 11 single-storey dwellings) as part of the new Greenlink Mews precinct within the Harrisdale Green estate.
Cedar Woods state manager WA Ben Rosser said Greenlink Mews aimed to deliver affordable three-and-four-bedroom packages.
“These homes provide a real opportunity for first home buyers and downsizers to get their hands on a brand new home in a tough market,” Mr Rosser said.
The 30.27-hectare Harrisdale Green estate is a project between the Housing Authority and Cedar Woods.
The launch of Greenlink Mews follows Cedar Woods’ move late last month to bring forward the third stage of its 300-lot Solaris estate in Forrestdale.
The 29-hectare site is surrounded by land classed Bush Forever, with residential lots ranging in size from 305 square metres to 550sqm.
Cedar Woods said first homebuyers had accounted for more than 80 per cent of sales at the estate so far.
Cedar Woods is the fourth largest land developer in Western Australia according to the Business News Data & Insights list, ranked by number of WA lots expected to be completed this financial year.