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A New Way to Live and Work in the Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley is a wine region of international renown, a food-lover's paradise, and a premium lifestyle destination. As the area grows, so does the number of people who want to both live and work in the area.


The Urban Series at Huntlee has just introduced a new type of living, a first for the Hunter Valley. Nestled in the growing town centre, the new development offers one and two-storey townhouses, utilising small land footprints in the most spacious way possible. It's the perfect solution for anyone wanting a modern, low-maintenance home without all the hassles of a large property.

The home designs provide amazing open spaces, with modern fittings and clever layouts. It feels like you're in a regular home, however, the premium design extends to the whole development. With master-planned communities walkability is key, meaning the health benefits are built in. You can stroll to the shops quicker than you can drive. And, with the new park just opened, there's a place to take the kids, walk the dog, or just stretch your legs.

"This is something new for the Hunter Valley," says Huntlee Sales Director Rob Crane.

"The Urban Series is very much modelled on the world's best town centres where residential meets retail, with everything just a short walk away."

Alongside 11 specialty shops, Huntlee has a Coles, a tavern and a KFC, with a hardware and a gym on the horizon, alongside government- planned infrastructure like primary schools as the region surpasses population milestones.

Now on sale, The Urban Series adds a whole new class of house and land options to Huntlee's popular residential packages. First home buyers will appreciate the land- only options starting at $215K, an entry point unheard of in the current market.

Offering the very contemporary lock-and- leave lifestyle, The Urban Series is the perfect choice for busy people who want to live in the Hunter Valley in a modern home with all the conveniences.

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