On September 23, Rawson Communities released its final stage of house and land packages at Half Moon Estate in Schofields, with prices starting at $749,900* for a three bedroom house and land package in the heart of Sydney’s North West growth corridor.
This highly attractive price point in Sydney’s vibrant developing North West region is considerably more affordable than the latest Sydney median house price, which is currently set around the $900,000 mark and still considered the most expensive real estate in Australia.1
Located in Schofields, Half Moon Estate lies on Hambledon Road and is only 1200 metres away from the Cudgegong road metro station and a 10 minute commute from the Rouse Hill Town Centre and the Sydney Business Park. Several private and public schools are within a 10 minute drive with the estate situated within The Ponds school catchment area, which includes the new The Ponds High and Primary School.
“North West Sydney is considered one of the fastest growing areas of New South Wales and is attracting a high level of both private and government investment, with extensive government backed infrastructure, retail, industry and leisure facilities currently under way in the area,” said General Manager of Rawson Communities Ben Hogan.
Rawson Communities is also offering affordable house and land packages at Horizon Estate in Marsden Park, with prices starting from $688,000* for a three bedroom home within the North Western Sydney priority growth area. With both developments priced well below the current Sydney median house, Rawson Communities is creating opportunities for first home buyers, young families and investors to join these thriving communities less than 45kms from Sydney CBD.
“There aren’t too many addresses in Sydney where you can get a brand new three-bedroom home within walking distance from schools and parks for under $750,000, this is where we believe these estates differ from typical inner city living. They are perfect for people who enjoy being close to everything with plenty of room to spread out,” said Mr Hogan.
Once complete, over 1,300 residents are expected to call Half Moon and Horizon estates home. Both developments are located within well connected suburbs close to established major transport links including the M7 motorway, shopping destinations, private and public schools and neighbourhood amenities.
This was a major drawcard for Claire Tomlin who purchased a house and land package at Horizon in Marsden Park late last year.
“With two young children, having a home that is close to parks, transport and new schools in the area is very important to us, as well as having a bigger home with lots of space for our boys to grow up in, which is why Horizon was so appealing to us.”
“We can’t wait to have a new home in Marsden Park and make memories with our boys! I look forward to decorating and finally building a pool once we move in next year,” said Claire Tomlin.
Marsden Park and Schofields are near the Sydney Metro Northwest rail and the new Western Sydney airport, which is expected to begin operations in 2026 and generate around 20,000 direct and indirect jobs by the early 2030s.
For potential homeowners who are planning to live in North West Sydney or wishing to provide their family an investment foothold, both Half Moon and Horizon are providing affordable housing options in one of New South Wales’ fasting growing areas.
The Rawson Group, which comprises Rawson Homes, Rawson Projects, Rawson Communities and Thrive Homes, is now a $500 million business, and firmly ranked in the top 100 of Australian Financial Review’s top 500 Australian Private Companies for 2017, handing over keys to three new homes per day.2
For more information about these house and land packages, please contact the Rawson Communities sales team on 1300 733 193.