Hamilton Hill Unveils Rare 19 Hectare Housing Opportunity


Starfish Developments revealed its new 19 hectare, masterplanned housing development in Woodforde at the base of the Adelaide foothills.

Newly named Hamilton Hill will accommodate 440 new homes and boasts sweeping panoramic views of the city and coastline.

“Hamilton Hill makes for an enviable lifestyle, enjoying the best of both worlds – urban and rural,” Starfish Managing Director Damon Nagel said.

“It will offer exceptional value to discerning buyers looking for stylish, well-made homes in the best areas of Adelaide.”


Starfish hope to entice buyers to sign contracts for Hamilton Hill by offering them the chance to view the development by helicopter in May.

The development was designed to provide contemporary homes alongside green reserves and carefully landscaped areas.

Hamilton Hill was placed conveniently adjacent to Morialta Conservation Park, the shopping and entertainment precincts of Norwood, Magill and Burnside as well as the area's major road networks and public transport options.


The development will accomodate for a range of customisable living options, including architecturally designed traditional homes, townhouses and boutique apartments.

A third of the area will be retained as landscaped reserves and walking trails, all fully accessible for residents and the local community. There are plans for an outdoor amphitheatre and onsite café to bring people together socially.

Mr Nagel said the origin of the development's name was inspired by the heritage and history of the area, with Scottish street names complementing existing adjacent roads such as Kintyre Road and Glengarry Drive. The landscaping and colour of plantings within each road will reflect its relevant tartan.

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