Port Lincoln’s newest and most exiting rural living project

Development of the week

  • Monarch Crest Stage 2
  • SIZE: Allotments from 1ha to 1.884ha
  • PRICE: From $160,000
  • AGENT: Eyre Real Estate
  • PHONE: Richard Webb on 0428 671 110
  • INSPECT: Open Day on October 15 from noon to 2pm

Port Lincoln’s newest and most exiting rural living project is having a sausage sizzle open day.

Set on the southern end of Monarch Crest and to the north of Winter Hill and running down the rise on both sides, Monarch Crest Stage 2 provides magnificent scenery in every direction.

The views from allotments 16, 17, 18 and 20 are some of the best on the Eyre Peninsula, with panoramic displays of the bays, city, hillsides and farmland from each individual allotment. 15 freehold allotments are being offered in stage two ranging in size from 1ha to 1.884ha.

All allotments will be fenced, feature bitumen road frontage and have power available prior to settlement. All allotments have multiple home sites allowing the new owners to capture the scenery that dreams are made of.

Spring incentives are being offered and interest is high, so buyers are urged to act fast. The strategic Monarch Crest project will see Boundary Road connect to Mazda Drive, providing the new owners with multiple access points.

Of particular note is the generous offering of allotments in the lower price bracket. These allotments feature stunning long spanning rural scenery outlooks over Winter Hill, Sleaford, Coffin Bay sand hills, Green Patch and North Shields.

Allotments 23, 24, 36, 37 and 38 are all priced to reflect the Project Manager’s genuine passion to get this project sold, with prices starting at $160,000. Allotments 22, 25, 26, 27 and 20 provide more impressive views and quality attributes and start at $220,000.

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