Housing estate marketers Lance Cotterill and Dale Scotcher at the 80th house Metricon Homes have built in Seabreeze estate near Pottsville.
Housing estate marketers Lance Cotterill and Dale Scotcher at the 80th house Metricon Homes have built in Seabreeze estate near Pottsville.

Metricon builds 80 Seabreeze homes

WHILE controversy continues over whether the large Seabreeze housing estate at Pottsville should have a shopping centre, its developer Metricon has been flat out building houses.

Metricon Homes this week reached a construction milestone after completing building works on its 80th home in the estate.

Hundreds of homes have been erected by other builders as well.

Out of the 400 lots that have been built on, 80 have been designed and built by Metricon Homes.

Metricon Homes project manager Dale Scotcher, said house construction was steaming ahead after the company was able to release Stage 14 early to meet a strong market demand for its “affordable beachside living”.

Blocks in the estate range in size from 641 to 918 square metres with prices from $235,000 to $260, 000.

“At such great prices, anyone can own their private piece of real-estate heaven in the popular and thriving NSW coastal town boasting a relaxing seaside lifestyle,” Mr Scotcher said.

“Stage 14 has some of the best blocks in the development, privately located adjacent to expansive natural reserves, walking paths and wetlands.”

Seabreeze project marketing agent Lance Cotterill from North Estate Agents said the recent sales rush was proof that the development offers some of the best value land on the Tweed Coast without compromising on quality

“We have experienced strong sales in Seabreeze and look forward to the sale of our last blocks in stage 14,” said Mr Cotterill.

“As land continues to be snapped up in the region, and with very little coastal land available, we expect sales at Seabreeze to continue to prosper.”

“Anyone can own their private piece of real-estate heaven.”.



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