First-time buyers don’t often have an opportunity to purchase homes with more than one bedroom but, at Hampstead Park, there’s a chance to secure a 3 or 4 bedroom townhouse for as little as $750,000.
The well-appointed collection of residences at Hampstead Park are not bound by body corporate, so there are no strata levies for those who live here. Eligible buyers won’t need to worry about paying stamp duty fees and can apply for the First Home Owner Grant, which adds a further $10,000 to go towards deposits.
Since launching in September last year, stage 1 and 2 have seen incredible sales success, and 80 per cent of the purchasers have been owner-occupiers attracted to Hampstead Park’s spacious floorplans and prized location just 8 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD.
Each townhouse comes complete with stone splashbacks, high-quality timber flooring, 900-millimetre ILVE appliances and 80-millimetre thick stone island benchtops featuring waterfall edges.
Residents will appreciate the abundance of natural light streaming through floor-to-ceiling windows. Bespoke timber handles and pendant lighting add an extra element of style and sophistication in the kitchens while double vanities provide extra space in ensuites.
Filled with an abundance of green spaces and plenty of recreational amenities, as well as retail and hospitality outlets, Maidstone is fast becoming a coveted residential address — and Hampstead Park places residents in the middle of the action.
The Maribyrnong Aquatic Centre is less than a five-minute drive from Hampstead Park’s doorstep. Perfect for both exercise and splashing around, the centre features a lap pool and kids pool, as well as a spa and sauna.
Alternately, the Medway Golf Club is only a 10-minute walk away. Here, residents can work on their swing beside the scenic Maribyrnong River before relaxing with a glass of wine in hand at the bistro.
Highpoint shopping centre lies just around the corner. It’s one of the largest of its kind in Melbourne, offering over 500 retail outlets and services, dining spots and a cinema, all within walking distance of Hampstead Park.
Pick up fresh produce from nearby Footscray Market or visit the suburb’s thriving hospitality scene. From Afghani kebabs to Ethiopian banquets, Footscray’s multicultural hub draws visitors from all over Melbourne.
Those looking to grow a family will appreciate the range of childcare facilities and primary, secondary and tertiary educations all close by. Only three minutes from home, Maribyrnong College boasts an impressive Advanced Curriculum Enrichment program for high achievers, and an extensive selection of VCE subjects, plus two VET programs.
Meanwhile, Braybrook College, Maribyrnong College and Footscray College are nearby, and Victoria University’s main campus is just one suburb over in Footscray.
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