Werribee's King's Leigh Records Strong Sales


65 per cent of Dacland’s Werribee residential development, King’s Leigh, has now sold out according to The Herald Sun, proving the desire for families to gain land with an opportunity to build is an attainable dream.

Since since the community's launch in July 2014, 11 stages have been brought to market (there will be a total of 15 stages), and 320 lots within the 508-lot development have sold.

“Infrastructure construction of stages one and two (roads, drainage and footpaths) is complete, and subsequent stages are also well under way,” Dacland managing director John Dwyer told The Herald Sun.


King’s Leigh is a boutique residential development that offers attainable upmarket living in Melbourne’s west, 30 kilometres from Melbourne's CBD. This project has been designed to be a first of its kind in Werribee, offering a safe, luxurious sanctuary for the residents. King’s Leigh will feature 500 exclusive lots, secluded amongst lofty tree-lined streets and gardens, and with wide streets that create a majestic avenue feel.

The homes in King’s Leigh will be held to a high design standard in an effort to create an upmarket aesthetic appeal for both residents and investors. Dacland’s meticulous urban design for this project aims to deliver a neighbourhood with an elite appeal at accessible prices.

The community features more than 4.6ha of landscaped parklands and waterway reserves.

King’s Leigh comprises a splendid main avenue lined with lofty trees, landscaped gardens, painstakingly manicured walkways and private cul-de-sacs that showcase sophisticated homes. To further add to this stunning setting Dacland includes an exclusive landscape and personal gardening package to complement your new home.


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