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Dacland’s first community in South East

Lochaven – is proving extremely popular with only a handful of lots left unsold after it opened on 4 June 2016.


The 66 hectare site on the corner of Hall and Evans Roads will become home to around 500 families in Cranbourne West. Almost 90% of available lots in the first release were sold on Lochaven’s opening day (Saturday 4 June 2016).


Dacland’s Managing Director John C Dywer was not surprised by the result. “Lochaven is in a fantastic location and Dacland’s reputation for creating beautiful sought after places to live clearly appeal. We had over 450 registrations of interest before we launched selling so we knew this new community was going to be extremely popular,” he said.


Lochaven will include an eight-hectare school and 10 hectares of Dacland’s signature beautifully landscaped green open space. It also incorporates a nine-hectare retirement village, and a Woolworths supermarket will be central to a six-hectare neighbourhood activity centre.


At the heart of Lochaven is an impressive central park that contours around the area’s existing waterway and opens into a series of smaller, interconnected parks. This is central to developing Lochaven’s truly integrated community, as the open space and pathways link all aspects of people’s lives through a natural parkland corridor.


“Residents will be able to walk to everything they need for quality living in 21st century Melbourne,”” John said.

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