St Clair, the residential development in the new suburb of St Clair (formerly Woodville and Cheltenham) is gaining momementum, experiencing its two most successful months of house and land sales since the project began.
The development has been overseen by both Urban Pacific and AVJennings, whose current 80 Day Sale has given prospective buyers and investors even more incentive to consider St Clair.
On top of the South Australian Government’s new home construction grant and $15,000 grant available to first home owners, the AVJennings 80 Day Sale will match the government’s new home grant with a further $8500. Buyers will be able to save up to $32,000 on selected Apprentice Street Townhouse and Terrace Homes, Premium Waterside and Tulloch Land Releases.
Already generating buzz with its leafy, landscaped streets and idyllic wildlife reserves, St Clair will include 22 hectares of parklands and lagoons.
An estimated 2200 trees and 330,000 wetland plants will be planted, with the heart of the parkland featuring an urban waterway and picturesque wetland surroundings, providing the area with recreational and educational facilities, boardwalks and interpretive trails and a new ‘greenway’, featuring bike and walking paths to Woodville Road. The wetlands will be sustained by an underground aquifer, able to store and recycle enough water to fill 480 Olympic swimming pools each year.
Located 8km from the Adelaide CBD, St Clair’s own train station is due to open mid 2013.
Work is now also underway on St Clair’s retail shopping precinct, which will include a new Coles to highlight the centre. Scheduled to open early 2013 on Cheltenham Parade, Coles will be part of the wider retail shopping centre project planned for St Clair Village, alongside 20 specialty stores.