Moss Vale is a key gateway to the Illawarra Coast and sits within an easy 90 minute radius of other major employment centres of Campbelltown, Parramatta, the Sydney CBD, as well as the future Badgery’s Creek precinct.
Curving around the Moss Vale Golf Course and bound by Yarrawa Road and Lovelle Street, the site has been rezoned for residential lot subdivision from Wingecarribee Shire Council.
Plans are already forming to create a ‘landscape-led’ masterplanned, integrated residential community with more than 20 per cent of the site put to green open spaces and recreational facilities – showcasing the ‘healthy lifestyle’ philosophy of Aoyuan International. Moss Vale is the administrative centre for the Southern Highlands and next to Bowral is the area’s major commercial precinct.
Today, the centre is experiencing a resurgence of interest, with young families and downsizers seeking a relaxed, rural lifestyle with urban convenience. The village is also an attractive day-trip destination, drawing visitors for its natural beauty and a raft of antiques as well as new boutique homeware and clothing stores and eateries.
Ashbourne Stage One will be the first release, set to launch in the second half of 2021, and will see the commencement of a contemporary community that takes its narrative from the cultural history of the land on which it resides.
Ashbourne will deliver values that understand the dreams of families wanting a home with a country heart; space to live and grow; fresh air and four beautiful distinct seasons; a new community in harmony with its rural heritage.
Register your interest at www.ashbourne.com.au or call 1800 000 608
The Southern Highlands is perfectly placed to showcase our core philosophy of building a healthy lifestyle and expanding our business into land, and house and land projects.
The land was earmarked as an urban release area in the 2010 Wingecarribee Shire Council Local Environment Plan, and has been rezoned for low density residential use. The development application is currently in the final phases of review with Wingecarribee Shire Council.
Yes. The Wingecarribee Shire Council Demographic and Housing Study demonstrated a need for more housing in the district to accommodate population growth in the Southern Highlands.
Yes. As part of the masterplan, the team will work to ensure the new houses are of a high quality and reflect the charm and character of the area and integrate into the local aesthetic.
Yes. We are already working with the local Council and community to consult on the project, leading up to the lodgment of the development application. Once lodged, we will continue with an extensive community consultation process for the overall masterplan.
The final amount will be decided as the development application and community consultation progress. Through staged delivery over an estimated eight to ten years, we expect to offer approximately 1,100-1,200 lots from 450 sqm to 2,000 sqm.
We are committed to building and nurturing healthy communities where families thrive. Our draft masterplan for the community includes less lots to enable a range of larger lots and include wide, tree-lined streets and space for a community heart. Lush landscaping, green spaces, walking and cycling tracks have also been included instead of adding more houses to the community.
It’s likely a range of people will buy within the project over time. This may include locals looking for a new home, people returning to the Southern Highlands after time away, and people moving from Sydney and other parts of NSW to be part of a community with trademark character and charm.
Yes. We have commissioned extensive microsimulation traffic modelling over a wide area of Moss Vale, not just the site itself. As results become available, we will include them as part of our community consultation process.
Yes. We are undertaking water cycle and flood modelling to inform the masterplan and the development application.
Yes. Flora and fauna studies have identified minimal ecological value other than two existing trees. These trees will be retained as work progresses, as will many mature and healthy trees on site. Through revegetation, we are committed to improving the ecological value of the land.
Yes. We are working with an internationally renowned sustainability consultancy to develop initiatives to ensure that this project delivers a sustainable community. Above and beyond the minimum standards.
Aoyuan International has a growing presence in the Australian property market, and will retain any profits from the project within the Australian branch of the business.
We are still committed to work with local businesses wherever possible. Our Development Approval is imminent. Once DA is approved and the development can start formally, we will be in a better position to understand areas where local businesses can get involved and partner with us. We will be informing the community when the DA is approved, but feel free to reach out to us to consider partnerships on a case-by-case basis.