October 28, 2016

Land sales in historic Pitt Town continue to attract a premium as families seek new homes and a quieter lifestyle in housing developments close to the Hawkesbury River, writes Katrina Creer.

It is one of NSW’s oldest suburbs, but historic Pitt Town has undergone a huge transformation over the past decade.

New housing estates have bought with them young families, new homes and a new energy.

While located on Sydney’s outskirts, Pitt Town has easy access to transport and shopping, with nearby Rouse Hill and Windsor making it an attractive alternative for those seeking a more rural address.

Recent sales at the Vermont Estate included four blocks within the Riverland precinct, and ranged in price from $1,158,888 for a 5016sqm block to $1,288,888 for a 3.6ha allotment.

Another 10 new elevated lots in the Blighton precinct were released on to the market last weekend, through the Johnson Property Group, and were expected to sell quickly.

“We have riverside blocks on offer with the water virtually at your doorstep and each featuring sweeping rural, river or Blue Mountain views and, in some cases, both,” Johnson Property Group founder and managing director Keith Johnson said.

Expect more at Vermont

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