23 September 2019

Ginninderry releases 122 blocks for sale by ballot

| Ian Bushnell
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The Community Recreation Park is the centre-piece of Strathnairn. File photo.

The next phase of the Ginninderry housing development in West Belconnen has been released with 122 blocks going out for public ballot.

It is the largest single release of blocks in the development to date, a joint venture between the Suburban Land Agency and the Corkhill family’s Riverview Developments.

The blocks are in Stage 2 of Strathnairn located next to the centre-piece, 2.7 hectare Community Recreation Park, and range in size from 250 and 810 square metres and priced from $204,560 to $478,360.

Project Director Steve Harding said this release was a great opportunity for buyers to become part of this community.

“After many years of planning, the initial stages of Ginninderry are taking shape,” he said. “We’ll welcome our first residents later this year and a ground-breaking new display village is under construction so now is a great time for those considering land to take a look at how we’re doing things differently”.

Mr Harding said the Park included recreation areas, walking trails, modern playgrounds, barbecue spaces and an impressive amphitheatre.

“We’ll also have mixed-use courts for basketball, netball and soccer along with cricket nets and all of that sits alongside the vast natural amenity offered by existing conservation areas that are such a feature of the area,” he said.

An information session for interested buyers will be held on 19 May, ballot registrations close on 2 June and block selection sessions will be held on 22 and 23 June.

Ginninderry stretches from the north western suburbs of Canberra (Holt and Macgregor) across the ACT/NSW border into a part of the Yass Valley, and eventually will contain a range of 11,500 dwellings housing up to 30,000 residents on completion in 2055.

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