Featuring 181 premium allotments, the development will provide a sustainable community nestled among existing schools, shopping centres, parks, sporting and recreational facilities.
Frazer East, Resolution Property Group director, says new land in such an established and tightly held location is a rare opportunity for dream home builders.
“It’s a unique opportunity to form part of a desirable and established community — it’s not a ‘coming-soon’ story,” Mr East says.
“Across many projects in growth corridors, buyers usually purchase on the basis that services and amenities are going to be built. But that takes time.
“Harli is unique because it’s an opportunity to invest in your future lifestyle but enjoy the convenience and amenity from day one. It’s surrounded by established schools, shopping centres, transport links and employment opportunities. Not to mention parks, botanical gardens and golf courses.
“Harli provides everything that people need today.”
Angus Moore, economist at realestate.com.au, says Cranbourne West and surrounding suburbs are in high demand.
House prices in the area are on the up, Mr Moore adds.
“PropTrack data shows Cranbourne West’s median house value grew 14% in the 12 months to July, hitting $665,000,” he shares. “That’s a lot higher than the 2.1% growth seen across all of Melbourne.”
This pocket in Melbourne’s south-east also offers connectedness for both work and lifestyle, adds Mr East.
“It is positioned in the middle of everything — you’ve got easy access to Port Phillip Bay, the Western Port area and the Mornington Peninsula,” he says.
“It’s also surrounded by key established commercial hubs that provide employment opportunities, like Dandenong and Carrum Downs, as well as the ever-evolving Cranbourne West Business Activity centre. Not to mention it’s road, bus and rail networks provide local commuting and easy access to the city.”
New power play
One key feature not to be ignored at Harli Cranbourne West is the focus on sustainability, which will appeal to environmentally conscious buyers, as well as those looking to minimise energy costs.
James Thomas, Core Projects CEO, says it’s a development “built with the future in mind”.
Harli homes have been carefully curated with the builder partners to maximise their efficiency and environmental outcomes, which will help dramatically reduce the running costs of each home, Mr Thomas says.
The Harli community will be zero net carbon; meaning it’s 100% run by electricity with no gas connection, while the homes have seven-star energy efficiency ratings.
Harli builder partners will offer environmentally sensitive designs, including solar power, additional insulation and extra glazing.
An outdoor haven
East adds that the homes are not the only aspect of this development that pays homage to the environment, with the estate boasting expansive open space for people to enjoy the great outdoors and the local flora and fauna.
Residents will have access to local parks and a two-hectare native wetland reserve.
There’s also the neighbouring Ranfurlie Golf Course and the nearby Cranbourne Royal Botanical Gardens for residents to explore.
“Harli will provide an envious lifestyle with homes that are designed for the future that residents will enjoy today,” Mr East says. “Our community with be a connected, sustainable and futureproofed investment that will endure the test of time, which is why we’re really excited to be bringing this community to market.”