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    Second land release at Hardy’s Rise sells out in one weekend

    Sekisui House

    The second land release of the Hardy’s Rise precinct at Sekisui House’s 300-hectare master-planned estate in Sydney was sold out completely over the weekend.

    The 66 land lots in this release of Hardy’s Rise received over 550 registrations of interest. The first land release at the precinct consisted of 79 lots and was launched in March 2012. The estate, The Hermitage is located in Gledswood Hills in south west Sydney.

    Sekisui House Sales and Customer Relations Manager for The Hermitage, Craig Barnes commented that the demand for land at The Hermitage is showing no signs of slowing down. The land lots in the second phase of selling consist of areas ranging from 375sqm to 690sqm and are priced from $282,000. Buyers can also choose from a selection of home and land packages from a select number of builders, including Sekisui House, offering a wide choice of home designs.

    A third land release is being organised later this year at The Hermitage for buyers who missed out on the latest release.

    One of the most prestigious and picturesque precincts available at The Hermitage, Hardy’s Rise features an elevated position with scenic regional vistas, mature tree-lined streets with easy access to the future quaint Gledswood Hills Village. Unique features available to residents of The Hermitage include two world class golf courses, over 40 hectares of parklands and smaller neighbourhood parks with children’s playgrounds, and over 50km of cycle and shared pathways.

    Hardy’s Rise residents will have easy access to the Camden Valley Way entrance of The Hermitage. NSW Government infrastructure upgrades taking place in the area will also benefit the residents.

    The Hermitage features the largest display village in Sydney’s south west with over 20 of Sydney’s finest home builders showcasing 59 display homes. Over 600 lots have sold at The Hermitage since it launched in March 2012. 

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