Stockland’s first land lease community in Victoria to save buyers about $160,000

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Stockland has launched Thrive Berwick, its first land lease community in Victoria, where the average cost of a home is around 15% per cent less than the catchment median, saving $160,000.

The $89 million Thrive Berwick, the second lifestyle community to be launched by Stockland for the growing over-50s market, will offer 175 homes in Stockland’s planned community of Minta, 48km southeast of Melbourne’s CBD.

“We’ve received strong sales enquiries and accepted a number of deposits having only officially launched sales less than a month ago, which demonstrates great customer feedback,” said Stockland General Manager of Land Lease Communities, Kingsley Andrew.

Thrive Berwick offers four site configurations, ten floor plans and three facades. Potential customers can visualise the homes on offer through Stockland’s Home Visualiser. All homes have a 6 Star energy rating. Each home has the option to upgrade to solar.

Stockland has loaded up the Clubhouse offering, including “social, wellness and creative spaces such as a cinema, indoor heated swimming pool, billiard room, lounge and dining room, outdoor alfresco and BBQ areas, pizza oven, spa and gym, yoga retreat, community garden, arts and crafts centre, bowling green, pickleball and croquet court, a workshop, kitchen and bar, and even a dedicated dog wash”.