Introducing Heritage Parc Estate, Maitland
Located in the Local Government Area of Maitland, Heritage Parc represents a unique model of community-titled residential living. Surrounded by manicured green open spaces, this 450 dwelling recreational subdivision will promote healthy living for all ages. Heritage Parc is set on 102 hectares with over half of this being dedicated to natural open space with 11 parks and playgrounds and expansive waterways interconnected by cycle ways and walking tracks.
The neighbourhood will offer superior facilities which will include including a cycleway, golf facilities, a community garden, an outdoor art gallery, picnic areas with BBQ facilities, various playgrounds, fitness circuits, playing fields, a cricket facility, a basketball/netball court and a dedicated off-leash dog park.
Maitland is a city in the Lower Hunter Valley. Situated on the Hunter River, the city is approximately 166 kilometres north of Sydney and 35 km north-west of Newcastle
While Maitland’s population has been expanding at a rapid rate for over a decade, its property market has been idle for many years. This was due to a downturn in the coal industry that came at a time of oversupply of new properties. This oversupply has now been absorbed and thousands of jobs are being created from new local infrastructure projects. Stockland is pouring millions of dollars into their Greenhills shopping centre expansion and a new Hospital is under construction just down the road. These game-changing projects are acting like magnets drawing in new residents.
The ripple effect of huge price growth has spread from Sydney through the Central Coast to Newcastle and has just reached Maitland. With very well located 4-bed house and land packages from only $461,000 this represents the best value investing in NSW. Now is the ideal time too invest in this thriving location..
- Local shops – 5 minutes
- Maitland – 10 minutes
- Hunter Valley – 30 minutes
- Newcastle – 40 minutes
The nearby Walka Water Works is a popular picnic and recreation area in the Maitland district, which is steeped in history that gives it a special place in the Lower Hunter’s heritage. The complex features its pump house with striking chimney and ornate brickwork and is one of the largest and most intact 19th century industrial complexes in the Hunter Valley. The large lake area has over 300 species of birdlife and walking trails surround the lake.
Heritage Parc offers convenient access to the Maitland railway station, the New England Highway and local bus services. Maitland Station lies on the Hunter Line and is the branch point for the Main North Line and the North Coast Line.
Heritage Parc has numerous shopping precincts within 10 minutes of the community all with major retail brands and convenient access. Other nearby shopping destinations include Melbourne Street and Lawes Street in East Maitland NSW, and Morpeth is also popular for its fashion boutiques, cafes and speciality shops.
- Rutherford Marketplace – 5 minutes
- Rutherford Homemaker Centre – 2 minutes
- Bunnings, Maitland – 5 minutes
- Maitland High Street – 8 minutes
- Stockland Greenhills – 10 minutes
Heritage Parc is conveniently located close to Rutherford and Maitland centres, both offering an abundant of work opportunities. Local mines are less than an hour away near Singleton and Muswellbrook. A local pre-school, primary and high schools are within minutes of Heritage Parc.