Hundreds of Victorians will be living the dream on the Mornington Peninsula with phenomenal sales of Three Pillars and S&L Projects Harbourside development at Martha Cove, prompting the release of their Harbourside Terraces.
Set on Safety Beach, Martha Cove offers various house-and-land packages, is located less than an hour to the CBD via the new Peninsula Link and is in close proximity to the beach, wineries, golf courses and all the features the Mornington Peninsula is renowned for.
Starting from just $369,000, Harbourside Terraces two, three and four-bedroom homes are triple storey and designed to take advantage of spectacular views of Port Phillip Bay, the communal swimming pool or the picnic and barbeque areas.
“Our Harbourside Terrace development is designed to appeal to the growing market of Victorians who are choosing to live in their beach house rather than saving it for later life,” the managing director of Three Pillars, Tom Hoogenbosch, said.
“We have created a unique community environment to give residents affordable resort-style living every day of the year at a much lower cost than what they would pay to live in Melbourne.”
Once completed, the 94-hectare residential marina development will include more than 1100 residential dwellings, 750 marina berths and a thriving commercial precinct.
Mr Hoogenbosch said property sales were booming with all 80 lots at Harbourside development sold in just six months. The first stage of Harbourside Terraces was released on November 30 with 15 deposits taken on the first day. Stage two is attracting strong interest.
“Our Harbourside developments are proving very popular but that’s not surprising,” he said. “With the opening of the new Peninsula Link, it adds minimal travel time to live in a more scenic and coastal location.”