7 dwellings have all been pre-sold.
SEE NEWS SECTION FOR UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2019
8 dwellings similar to those in Stage 1, with an average 8+ star rating
2 to 4 bedrooms.
Architect designed. Customised to your requirements.
Your own private garden area, shared gardens, chooks and orchard areas and shared buildings, including a community centre.
4BR $760K- $800K
* Pending receipt of the builder’s quote, these price ranges are estimates only.
Please note that there are large Stamp duty savings for (a) first home buyers and (b) for others buying off the plan
First home buyers pay no duty up to $600K and a reduced duty between $600K and $750K and also receive $20,000 up to a maximum purchase price of $750K.
Non-first home buyers (those who’ve already owned a home elsewhere) in Stage 1 received a discount on stamp duty of around $10,000. When our prices for Stage 2 are decided we will calculate the relevant discounts for you.
Your own home and land
Plus shares in
o Recreational spaces, gardens and sheds.
o A community centre with a main room, two kitchen areas and bathrooms, a communal laundry and 3 bedrooms upstairs available for short-term renting.
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Buyers will have a choice of colours and can request changes to the standard design.
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During our workshops we sought seven households who were:
seriously interested in purchasing one of the seven homes in Stage 1 (note: currently there is one dwelling left in stage 1, as 6 of the properties have already been reserved)
comfortable that the project timeline meets their expectations
The workshops provided the opportunity to:
work with the architects and project team to customise the homes
learn about the philosophy behind The Paddock
be involved in decisions about features they’d like to have in the shared building and outdoor spaces.
Who ran the workshops?
Remi Rauline, Project Manager of The Paddock, facilitated each workshop.
Members of The Paddock project team and external experts were involved in each workshop, depending on the topics discussed.
Workshop 1: Understanding the project
Understanding the site and its connection to the rest of the community.
Castlemaine’s architecture and landscape.
The Living Building Challenge philosophy.
Workshop 2: Strategies and communal spaces
Body corporate rules
Workshop 3: Private spaces
Expectations for private gardens and internal living spaces.
Workshop 4 : Results
The project team presented a proposal to address the expectations and needs raised by participants in workshops 2 and 3, including customised plans for the homes.