Over the past couple of months, we’ve been thrilled to see the construction of many homes at Ashbury. It’s an exciting phase in the development of the Ashbury as we start to see the community beginning to take shape. And with buyers who purchased in Stages 4 to 7 expected to receive their titles shortly, the excitement is only set to grow.
Works at Ashbury have been in full swing with a number of key features and elements well underway. Recent drone footage, now available on the website, shows the significant development to the streets, landscaping and infrastructure.
New greenery is starting to make its way into the Ashbury landscape, with 12 stunning Norway Maples taking pride of place down the central median, 7 Norway Maples flanking each side of the future Ashbury Boulevard, plus additional trees being planted to create a grand entrance as they mature over the coming years.
Ashbury Estate couldn’t be prouder to support the continued success of the hometown basketball heroes, the Geelong Supercats, as they go from strength to strength. In recent months the Supercats have made a huge move to brand new courts located just around the corner from Armstrong Creek.
Basketball Geelong will now be able to cater for more than 3,000 junior newcomers at the brand new six-court facility which will be able to accommodate 3,600 players a week, significantly enhancing Basketball Geelong’s ability to attract new kids to the sport.
Victoria, Australia – Works on the delivery of several key areas of infrastructure at Ashbury estate in Armstrong Creek are under way, including major upgrades to Boundary Road at the intersection of Ashbury Boulevard. Also being carried out is the installation of street lighting in Stages 1-3 of the estate, the laying down of new water mains and an upgrade of the existing fibre optic network. This critical work will ensure the completion of the first stages of Ashbury on program.
'Construction on Stages 1, 2 and 3 is nearing completion with only compliance testing of services and final pavement layer works outstanding. All services have been installed, including electrical and communications cables, street lights, water and sewer reticulation, and drainage connections. Street signs are currently being installed and asphalting of the roads will commence within the next couple of days.
It's full steam ahead at Ashbury Estate in Armstrong Creek
COUNTRY living has never looked so appealing, with Ashbury Estate releasing the greatly anticipated stage four this month.
Offering families an opportunity to escape the city and enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle, interest in the new release of land is expected to be strong, with Ashbury having already sold nearly all of its available lots in stages one and two, and only a handful left in stage three.