Branching out at Tall Trees

GEM: Nestled in the heart of Port Stephens, Medowie is a close-knit community which enjoys peaceful lifestyle convenience to all services.

GEM: Nestled in the heart of Port Stephens, Medowie is a close-knit community which enjoys peaceful lifestyle convenience to all services.

Expressions of interest are now open for Tall Trees Estate Medowie, a unique once-off land release in the centre of one of the Hunter’s great lifestyle locations. 

EXCITED: Tall Trees Estate Medowie spokesperson Darren Sampson says the unique land release will appeal to a multiple range of buyers.

EXCITED: Tall Trees Estate Medowie spokesperson Darren Sampson says the unique land release will appeal to a multiple range of buyers.

Situated in Medowie with convenient access to Newcastle, Port Stephens, the Valley and beyond, this exciting new development will officially launch on Saturday, January 27, 2018.  

Made up of 49 serviced lots of varying size, Tall Trees will appeal to anyone looking to downsize, retire, invest or buy their first home, delivering options for duplex, townhouse and stand-alone living.

“The land has been held in the hands of two local families for over 20 years and they’ve decided now is the time  to move,” spokesperson Darren Sampson said.

“The word Medowie is Aboriginal ‘tall trees’ and the developers are looking to build on that heritage.

“It will be a boutique once-off release in the town centre, close to shops, services, pubs, 25 minutes to Newcastle and the beaches of Port Stephens, five minutes to the airport and less than five minutes to the Pacifiic Highway.”  

The development is sure to cement Medowie’s reputation as an emerging lifestyle location  combining  desirable rural  features with proximity to big city services.

“The maintenance-free lots are perfect for people  looking for lifestyle flexibility – accessibliity is brilliant,” Mr Sampson said.

“Medowie is close to Pacific Dunes Golf Course, only 55 minutes into the valley for those who might work in the mines or who might want to visit the vineyards, and it’s super convenient for anyone working on the RAAF base.

“The blue-water wonderland of Nelson Bay is literally on your doorstep, and with hardly any traffic lights between here and Honeysuckle, Newcastle  and all the events, shopping, eateries and services are a short, hassle-free drive away.” 

Land varies in size from 350m² up to 820m² , with 17 stand-alone houses approved with the DA.

The majority of lots over 500m²  will be allocated for duplexes, and those under to single stand-alone houses

“We’re partnering with Rawson Homes and Murphy Homes,” Mr Sampson said. “Rawson will specialise  in the stand-alone houses, while Murphy will look after duplexes and townhouses.”

Price points range, with duplexes starting from $400,000, land from $260,000, house and land from $600,000, and duplux lots from $330,000.  

The official launch will be held  on-site at 813 Medowie Road from 11am on Saturday, January 27 next year.  

“People can come along,  chat to builders  and register their interest,” Mr Sampson said.

“Then, as numbers come in, it will be first in, best dressed.”  

For further information ring 0427 123 811 or email info@talltreesmedowie.com.au.

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