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Take a first peek at Kingsland in the heart of Casey

Wendy Johnson 21 February 2020
Kingsland in Casey

Live in the middle of somewhere at Kingsland in Casey. Image: Supplied.

The grand opening of the Kingsland display suite is on this weekend and it’s an event not to be missed.

Kingsland is the much-anticipated development in the heart of Casey, offering lifestyle, convenience and style.

"Live in the middle of somewhere" at Casey's Kingsland: Property preview

Kingsland is the much-anticipated development in the heart of Casey, offering lifestyle, convenience and style. Cam Sullings spoke to LJ Hooker Project Marketing ACT's Keenan Veraar and James Herbert ahead of the display suite opening this weekend, to find out what potential buyers can expect.

Posted by The RiotACT on Thursday, 20 February 2020

“This fresh new set of townhouses is modern, distinctive, roomy and guarantees easy living,” according to Keenan Veraar of LJ Hooker Project Marketing ACT. “Each one enjoys natural light.”

Ground floors offer open-plan spaces and all living areas are perfect for entertaining family and friends. Kitchens are modern and well equipped. Good-sized courtyards positioned at the front of the home provide a lovely entrance and a practical outdoor space for relaxation.

Living space at Kingsland.

Open plan design offers lots of space for entertaining.

The townhouses range from one bedroom and one bathroom up to three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Prices start at $319,900. Bedrooms are generous in size and well laid out while the bathrooms are well-appointed.

The location of this new development is second-to-none, being close to dozens of shops, eateries and other services that form the Casey Market Town that includes Supabarn, Aldi, cafes, takeaways, banks, beauty, fitness facilities and Australia Post.

Visit the display suite from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm tomorrow (22 February) at Kingsland Parade, Casey (across from Casey Market Town) and enjoy the free pony rides, coffee, a sausage sizzle and frozen custards from the Zango truck.

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