Country lifestyle is now on the market

ATTRACTIVELY landscaped verges and 200-year old Tuart trees are attracting home buyers to Woodleigh Grove, where more than half the 42 blocks on offer have been sold to date.

The residential property development in Baldivis is quietly becoming a southern corridor land success story.

Developed by Taylor Woodrow, the estate’s large rural-style lots offer a genuine alternative for homebuyers who are seeking room to move and a quality lifestyle.

This small, private estate has several key ingredients shaping its success.

Set on gently undulating land, each lot is well over the traditional half acre or 2,604 square metres, all fully fenced with quality rural style palings. Lots range up to 1.19 hectares in size, at an average price of $99,690.

Stage Two comprises a select group of six lots measuring one hectare in size. All but one lot has sold for around $150,000.

Additionally, the estate’s original homestead — in excess of 350sqm, built on a 4,345sqm block of land — is also for sale with an asking price of $295,000.

It is anticipated that the Baldivis region will be connected to the Kwinana Freeway by 2000, further improving city access.

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