Success again at Silverwoods! and new Sanctuary Release…
From humble beginnings, Lotus Living has created amazing success beyond expectations, especially with the sales within Silverwoods Golf and Lifestyle Resort in Yarrawonga.
With a number of very difficult hurdles relating to COVID-19 over the past year, Silverwoods sales have exceeded all expectations. A staggering result of over 150 sales means Silverwoods is one of the premier locations in the country! With all the incredible collective efforts, hard work and support from all the Lotus Living (Developer) team, Oliver Hume Real Estate Agents and key consultants, like Ivy St plus all our other key partners and contractors – a huge thanks to everyone. Simply a tremendous result.
Moreover, the most important and lucky ones are all those who have chosen Silverwoods Golf and Lifestyle Resort to be their home or holiday destination and General Manager of Lotus Living, Daniel Smith says: “We could not be more proud of what we have achieved and delivered here at Silverwoods”.
“We have simply created a most beautiful place in the most stunning location with every lifestyle option you can imagine. We can’t wait to see all our recent purchasers and future residents, holidaymakers call Silverwoods home.”
Not only is the great number of sales a success for Lotus Living, it is also of great benefit to the community as more people arrive to the town which in turn equals economic growth to Yarrawonga.
Of the four main towns in the Moira Shire Yarrawonga is growing significantly with the town expanding further to the east and more people from the big cities choosing picturesque country destinations as their move of choice.
George Bougias, National Head of Research at Oliver Hume Real Estate Agents says:
“Regional locations have seen increased interest from a range of buyers over the past year. Across Australia, many buyers have opted for regional locations seeking a change in lifestyle and new work and business opportunities. As a result, regional locations have been amongst the best performers in the Australian property market. Yarrawonga is no exception with the median house price increasing by around 30% over the last year.”
Lotus Living have not only also invested considerable money into Silverwoods itself but also the The Sebel Yarrawonga and Black Bull Golf Course, thereby contributing to the wider local and surround regions economies.
Also located in the heart of Silverwoods is the new ‘Sanctuary Release’ which is surrounded by glistening waterways and the fairways of the Black Bull Golf Course.
With views of stunning Lake Mulwala in one direction and beautiful nature reserves and golf course surrounds in the other direction, the growing number of residents in the Silverwood’s estate know they made the perfect choice.
Despite COVID settling down to an extent over recent months, the continued growth of the region and the major shift of people to regional areas Silverwoods now also use the NBN network meaning it is even easier to work from home.
An upside to working from home in Silverwoods is also the strong choice of preference over lifestyle the strong appeal of the area with Black Bull Golf Course and The Sebel hotel right on your doorstep. This is all about location and lifestyle.
Yarrawonga and Silverwoods is the place to be. The great climate with more sunny days than Queensland and a picturesque central position from a number of state capitals in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra, why not purchase a property in Silverwoods.
A location far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities but still close enough and within reach with numerous aquatic activities to choose from and plenty of food and wine trails to explore – it is the perfect destination to live or holiday with everything right on your doorstep.
A rare opportunity at Silverwoods awaits, with the final three premium waterfront and golf fronted lots available at The Point by expression of interest only. The Sanctuary Release is also available RIGHT NOW! Don’t miss out on the very few available lots at Silverwoods, once they are gone – they are GONE!
Source: Yarrawonga Chronicle