22 June 2018

Boutique Throsby town homes now available to the public

| Rachel Ziv
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Throsby townhouses

Building in the new suburb of Throsby has begun, after the first blocks of land were auctioned off by the Land Development Authority in early 2016.

At auction, the blocks achieved an average $108,000 more than their reserves, with location cited as the main reason for the fierce bidding. Throsby is just five minutes’ drive to the Gungahlin Town Centre and less than 15 minutes to the City. It is situated on Horse Park Drive, between Mulligans Flat and Goorooyarroo Nature Reserve, and has an elevated position with views towards Black Mountain and the Brindabella Ranges.

After being given the green light to break ground, builders and developers are opening up their designs to the public for the suburb’s communal living precincts.

3 Property Group, who has invested significantly in Throsby, are releasing information about their four boutique townhouse developments (collectively titled Tempo) today. They were designed by local award-winning architecture firms, and comprise of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom town homes with large courtyard spaces.

Slade Minson from Luton Projects, who is managing two of the four Tempo Collective developments, says, “Luton Projects is thrilled to be associated with 3 Property Group for the Tempo Collective. It’s fantastic that a developer has made such a big commitment to this premier location.

“The improvement of Gungahlin infrastructure, the light rail and access from north Canberra to Fyshwick with the new international airport really makes Throsby one of Gungahlin’s best locations for new townhouses.”

The town homes (individually named ADAGIO, ALLEGRO, VIVACE AND ANDANTE) will feature 3 Property Group’s signature inclusions, such as their 3PUSH home automation and solar ready systems, along with energy efficiency ratings averaging 7.5 stars.

In addition, buyers of the ADAGIO town homes will have the opportunity to customise their interior (including kitchen, floors and joinery) with 3 Property Group’s interior designer.

Edward Duran, from Instyle Estate Agents, says “It won’t be long before Throsby will be the most sought after suburb in Gungahlin due to the consistency of quality homes, infrastructure, greenery and high end developments such as these.

“ADAGIO town homes by 3 Property Group gives buyers the opportunity to custom design a townhouse; there are no off-the-shelf colour boards, and they’ll have complete control over the interior design.”

Potential buyers can now learn more about the Tempo Collective via the 3 Property Group website.

“3 Property Group is committed to quality and maintaining high standards throughout each of its town home developments in Throsby,” says Jaime Farrelly, Director of 3 Property Group. “There are not going to be many town homes available in Throsby, so they are sure to reap benefits for buyers now and well into the future.”

For more information about the Tempo Collective, visit 3 Property Group.

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