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Parks Edge Gets Devine Result With 98 Per Cent Sold

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A buyers spree at Devine’s Parks Edge community in Cranbourne has resulted in 98 per cent of land sold out and only a limited opportunity to purchase new blocks.

Just a limited number of blocks remain available for sale in the final release.

The last two releases in Stage 8 were released just a couple of months ago and were quickly snapped up by buyers looking for affordable blocks in sought-after Cranbourne.

Devine Victoria Communities Manager Nathan Jenkinson said buyers had been swiftly scooping up allotments over the past 12 -18 months.

“We’ve seen an incredible amount of interest in the past year,” he said.

“Parks Edge continues to attract home buyers that want a family-friendly community that offers a healthy, active lifestyle with plenty of parks and amenities.

“We believe our commitment to delivering quality homes, affordable pricing and location has been supported by the amazing response from the market.”

The lot sizes range from 304sqm to 661sqm with prices starting from $188,000.

Titles for Stage 8 are expected in February 2016.

Parks Edge  is adjacent to the $30 million Casey Fields sports complex with football grounds, tennis courts, netball courts, cycling tracks, cricket ovals, soccer pitches, rugby fields and playgrounds. Opposite Parks Edge is Casey RACE – Recreation and Aquatic Centre, which includes a 50m-lap pool, water play zone featuring a waterslide, a warm water exercise pool and café.

Parks Edge will be home to 4,425 residents upon completion.

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