New Breeze is a Masterplanned residential community which is being released by Dahua, A Shanghai-based firm. It offers blocks of land ranging from 240sqm up to 1800sqm. The location of the community is excellent, it is situated in Bardia on the eastern side of Campbelltown Road heading south-bound. It is located only 400m to the newly built Edmondson Park train station where there will be a future town centre built accompanying the station over the next few years.
The advantage of this masterplan is that you can choose your own builder where you can save on construction costs. Each block of land with by fully connected to all amenities including gas & the NBN (National Broadband Network) which will offer speeds of up to 100mbs for download & 40mbs for upload.
New Breeze Development FAQs
|Masterplan Address:||Cnr of Campbelltown Road and McDonald Road, Bardia|
|Sales Office Location:||Cnr of Macdonald Road and Bardia Avenue, Bardia, NSW 2565|
|Total Land Area:||88ha|
|Amount of Blocks:||1280 lots|
|Estimated Completion Date:||in 2017 for the first stage followed by future stages completing in 2018.|
The total value of the New Breeze land release masterplan is $1 Billion making it one of the biggest development releases in NSW history. As of the time of writing, there are no house & land packages offered by New Breeze.
The massive land release is being marketed as the gateway to the southwest. It is expected that it will integrate well with the existing future town centre where there will be:
- Medical Centre
- Community Centre
New Breeze Available Land Lots
It is expected to achieve one of the highest sustainability ratings on completion out of any suburb in NSW. It will be a great place to raise a family whilst still being a short distance away from the station which will get you to central in less than an hour for commuters.
The New Breeze community is 8km from Liverpool CBD and 45 minutes from Sydney CBD, close by is the M5 and M7 motorways & Edmondson Park train station. It will be located in close proximity to Sydney’s second airport meaning there will be an ample amount of jobs available to local residents when it opens in 2025, ultimately providing upwards of 60,000 jobs.