This extraordinary home site is now selling.
Looking over the Ramlegh Springs wetlands this homesite enjoys creek and wetlands views and is close to the future Ramlegh Springs Town Centre and New Macdonald's Farm park. And at 623m2 there's enough room for the pool, boat and motorbikes.
ETTO TERRACE HOMES - NOW SELLING
This three bedroom, two bathroom, double
rear garage home is an entertainer’s delight.
With great views across the Clyde Creek reserve
you can relax and enjoy the afternoon sun on
the elevated balcony while all three bedrooms
remain private from the living areas for a space
to really unwind.
We are pleased to report that home sites in stages 16 and 17 have been registered for title by the Land Titles office. Congratulations to all our purchasers in these stages.
OCTAVE TOWNHOMES - SOLD OUT
Combining modern architectural elements
with innovative building materials, the
Octave townhomes offer a new standard
in contemporary and affordable Australian
design, ideally positioned to take advantage
of the very best that Ramlegh Springs has to
offer. Don’t miss this brilliant opportunity to
secure a brand new, ready to move in home.
SOLD OUT !
THURSDAY 26 OCT
Our next resident's meeting is on Thursday 26 October.
Please read linked communications to find out what will be covered on the night.
Don't forget to RSVP to Bec if you are attending.
Residents Meeting Topics
New Water Facing Land
A limited selection of large home sites enjoying premier views over the wetlands and waterways within Ramlegh Springs.
View Available Lots
The first gathering of Ramlegh Springs residents saw a good turn out, with more than 30 attending. Most were meeting each other for the first time after participating in the residents-own Facebook group.
Casey Neighbourhood Watch presented and supported residents with new ideas to keep their home secure. Residents talked about their local streets and services and showed a genuine interest in the upcoming developments to occur in the neighbourhood over the coming months including the introduction of council-operated children’s services.
At the next meeting residents asked for a member of Casey Council to attend to talk about ways to approach council on significant local issues