With Sydney now listed as the second most unaffordable city in the world (only behind infamously expensive Hong Kong), more first home buyers and investors are looking further afield.
So if you’re sick of battling through the rat race and watching those house prices climb, then why not ditch the hustle and bustle, and find a home among the gum trees in any of these stunning, nearby districts.
If a tree change is what you’re after than the Camden area has no shortage of greenery and fresh air. Our House and land packages in Gregory Hills boast district views to the Blue Mountains. Gregory Hills sits above the wider Camden area and its surrounding suburbs. Mountain views provide an open and airy feel for the community just an hour drive from Sydney.
The Central Coast
When you’re standing on the fine sanded beaches of The Central Coast, it’s hard to believe that you’re only an hour train ride from the CBD. If you want to make your tree change (or sea change) here, you’ll have to be quick – as plenty of Sydney-siders have already cottoned on to the Central Coast life.
Have a look at house and land packages on offer on the Central Coast in locations like Hamlyn Terrace here.
The Hunter Region
If you read our post about Wallis Creek then you’ll already know that The Hunter Valley is brimming with beauty. Not just because of the abundant local wineries and pristine bushland, but because our new Helix 24 display home is now open for viewing.
Sitting on an impressive 14m x 29m lot; housing 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a double 33.03m² garage; as well as a generous, 12.67m² alfresco deck; the Helix design creates light-filled spaces and flexible open plan living – making it perfect for families who need lots of room to move.
You can take a virtual tour here, but if you’re getting ready to make your tree change, then why not start by taking a leisurely drive through the countryside and come visit Wallis Creek at 14 Redwood Drive, Gillieston Heights, NSW.
We also have a range of house and land packages offer in areas like Paxton and Chisholm that you can explore here.