Image: George Diniakos and Camden Deputy Mayor Theresa Fedeli
An official ground breaking ceremony was held this week to mark the start of construction for Evergreen, a new neighbourhood being brought to life by AVJennings at Spring Farm.
The event was attended by Deputy Mayor of Camden Cr. Theresa Fedeli and AVJennings representatives to celebrate the first milestone of Spring Farm’s newest neighbourhood.
The neighbourhood will comprise 850 lots set across 62 hectares and will offer a variety of living options to appeal to a range of homebuyers. This includes premium land-only allotments, AVJennings designed and built homes, as well as a selection of house and land packages.
The new Spring Farm neighbourhood adds to AVJennings' long history in Sydney’s south west region, as they have already built three neighbourhoods in the area over the past ten years.
The community will provide residents with more than two hectares of green open space, perfect for neighbours to get active with a game of soccer or cricket. A community park complete with play equipment and picnic areas for a fun family day in the sun is integral to the neighbourhood.
Residents can also enjoy an evening stroll or bicycle ride along the paths weaving through the neighbourhood.
A childcare centre is also proposed for Evergreen providing essential amenities to the area.
AVJennings State General Manager NSW George Diniakos said everything residents could need is in close proximity of the community with schools, sporting facilities, the University of Western Sydney’s Campbelltown campus and proposed Badgery’s Creek Airport.
Evergreen is situated within walking distance to the newly completed Spring Farm Town Centre and a short drive to the Narellan Shopping Centre, soon to be the fifth largest shopping centre in NSW.
The neighbourhood is well connected to a range of transport options with a bus stop right on the doorstep, train stations nearby and links to the Camden bypass and M5 and M7 freeways, offering connections to the wider south west region and the Sydney CBD.
Mr Diniakos said Evergreen's name was inspired by the hope that the community will "mature gracefully, welcoming generation after generation of new residents, who – in turn – build and refresh the community in which they live: keeping it Evergreen."The neighbourhood is expected to be complete in 2019.