The Victorian Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell along with City of Hume Mayor Cr Casey Nunn have officially launched the master-planned community Valley Park.
The Victorian Minister for Housing Wendy Lovell along with City of Hume Mayor Cr Casey Nunn have officially launched the master-planned community Valley Park. The landmark redevelopment in the established suburb of Westmeadows is offering a variety of brand
new homes within a spacious and fresh community. The final development is valued at approximately $160m.
Developed in a partnership between Australand and the Victorian Government, construction is already underway on the approximately 320-lot community with parklands and community facilities, and the first residents will move in from September this year.
Located just 17 kilometres northwest of Melbourne’s CBD, adjacent to Broadmeadows Valley Park and Yuroke Creek, it will feature a diverse housing mix designed to appeal to a broad range of people in the local market.
Australand has 90 years of experience in delivering truly liveable residential communities and the fully complete Valley Park homes represent excellent affordability with a range of 3 to 5 bedroom detached and attached homes from $395,000 and a smaller number of 1 and 2 bedroom options from $292,000.
All homes are specifically designed by Australand to make the most of the natural location. Externally homes take advantage of the natural elements of Westmeadows, with maximised views of the valley where possible from balconies, decks and gardens. In addition to quality fittings and fixtures and natural colour palettes, interiors will feature abundant natural sunlight to create an excellent indoor/outdoor lifestyle.
Fibre to the Home connections for every house will deliver an enhanced ability for both free-to-air and pay TV plus fast Internet and telecommunication services.
In close proximity to the Western Ring Road as well as the Hume and Tullamarine Freeways, Valley Park is well serviced by public transport, comprehensive education facilities and expanding retail and community amenities making it the ideal location for
work, life and play.
A multi-use community centre and garden are proposed and place management is being considered to develop and support the community to come together and to connect with a range of services. Australand is also supporting the growth of the new community with the development of Valley Park with efforts such as apprenticeships, sourcing materials from nearby plants and creating new jobs for the long term.