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Marangaroo estate approved by council

Marrangaroo Estate, Lithgow’s newest land development, was approved by Lithgow City Council this week. The 61 residential allotments, which average 1,800m2 in area, will be developed over three stages, with the first 26 lots being offered for sale off the plan on Saturday 14th March.

Eric Allan, Director of Marrangaroo Estate Development Pty Ltd said that they had already received strong interest in the home sites. “It has been over 20 years since  lots of this average size have been offered for sale in a new residential estate in the Lithgow area, and this has created a level of pent up demand that we are well positioned to satisfy” he said.

“The combination of large lot sizes, attractive rural views across the Lithgow Valley, and the convenience of being only a few minutes from the shops and services of Lithgow town centre is what is attracting people” Mr Allan said. Inquiries to date have come from locals looking to upgrade as well as Sydney tree changers.

As part of their development consent, the developers are required to upgrade the Girraween Drive intersection off Great Western Highway and construct an additional lane motor vehicle over-pass at the entry to the golf course and Marrangaroo Fields Estate, with these works providing clear benefits to the wider community.

The Marrangaroo Estate home sites will be fully serviced with water, power, sewer, natural gas and high speed internet, and the developer has been working closely with a select group of building companies to offer a range of quality house and land packages on the estate.

“We encourage people to register their interest with our local agents, L.J.Hooker Lithgow, ahead of the market launch on 14th March to make sure they have all of the information and are ready to select their preferred block on the day.” Mr Allan said.

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