It’s official: Vermont a $1m suburb

June 14, 2016

Sales of land at Vermont have experienced phenomenal growth recently, indicated by a recent land sale in Riverland which made over $1m, according to Managing Director of Johnson Property Group, Keith Johnson. Mr Johnson told News Local in May: “Personally, I’m delighted that Pitt Town has enjoyed such growth in being recognised as one of... Read More >

Local land values soar

March 15, 2016

Land prices in Pitt Town rose considerably last year, according to a report from the Valuer General for the “Hawkesbury Gazette”, stating typical land values for a selection of Hawkesbury suburbs. The analysis shows that typical land values rose across most Hawkesbury locations during the 12 months to June 30. According to the report, the... Read More >

Hawkesbury Gazette: Pitt Town, Oakville, Agnes Banks fair best in land valuations

February 11, 2016

By Sarah Falson Land prices in Pitt Town, Oakville and Agnes Banks rose considerably during the 2015 financial year, according to a report from the Valuer General stating typical land values for a selection of Hawkesbury suburbs. The analysis, prepared by the Valuer General’s office for the Gazette, shows typical land values rose across most Hawkesbury... Read More >

Radio Audio – Ray Hadley: Problems With Pitt Town

August 23, 2015

Click here and listen to Anthony Powell tell Ray Hadley on 2GB how he purchased land at Breeze Estate in Pitt Town, only to discover it does not include services as advertised. Source: 2GB Radio


August 23, 2015

My name is Keith Johnson, founder of Johnson Property Group.  I am writing this letter following the article that appeared in the Daily Telegraph as well as recent radio reports, and I am extremely concerned with what seems to be occurring. There appear to have been off the plan land sales by other developers that are... Read More >

Chill-proof your home this winter

June 30, 2015

There might be nothing quite like sitting in front of a roaring log fire in the middle of winter, but as nice as a traditional fireplace is, it might not be the most economical or energy efficient way to heat your home. Glenn Mavin from Mavbuilt Homes gives us some tips on keeping out those... Read More >

Vermont Boat Ramp, Sporting Facilities & Community Centre Update

June 5, 2015

We have had several enquiries from Vermont residents recently about the progress of the Boat Ramp, Sporting Fields and Community Centre, so we thought we’d put all the information we have to date here for everyone to access. Boat Ramp At the moment we are focussed on getting the boat ramp up and running, and... Read More >

Unpack these moving tips

May 5, 2015

Moving can be one of the biggest journeys there is and it can be extremely overwhelming. But the road is always easier if you’re traveling with a good map. Get a head start by planning and seeing moving as an opportunity to organise and purge. To help you get on your way we have put together... Read More >

In pursuit of the perfect lawn

February 3, 2015

Evan and Amy Graham moved to Vermont in April 2013 when they started to outgrow their current home in The Ponds. “We had built the house ourselves, but with two active young children we were running out of room,” says Amy. “We started looking into Vermont because we have a plumbing business, Limcora Pty Ltd, located... Read More >

Making the most of every drop

January 27, 2015

Every year, Vermont households save between 350,000 and 600,000 litres of drinking water. That’s the equivalent of 1-2 swimming pools! How is it possible? Well, whenever you use water at home, you’re tapping into Pitt Town Water – a unique sustainable water network that put Vermont on the map as one of Australia’s first water-recycling... Read More >