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CURLEWIS Golf Club is set to undergo a major transformation after members overwhelmingly voted to sell the 18-hole course to local business owners David and Lyndsay Sharp.
Closer than ever to the Port Phillip Bay foreshore, Bayview estates newly released Stage 4B in the Hilltop Precinct promises unrivalled bay views.
Percy Cherry Park in Curlewis was officially named on Monday 20 April to commemorate local World War 1 hero Captain Percy Cherry, who had ?bravery beyond description?.
Having spent much of his life on the Bellarine Peninsula, Josh Inglis has come to love the beach. So when he began considering building his own home, Josh and his wife Emma knew that the ocean had to factor in.
Luckily Bayview Estate in Curlewis offered the perfect seaside location.
Percy Cherry Park, named after World War 1 hero Captain Percy Cherry, will be officially named on Monday 20 April in Curlewis. Percy Cherry enlisted to serve Australia 100 years ago this month, at the tender age of 19. He first served in Gallipoli and then at the Somme battle, where he was killed in action.
Please join us for Percy Cherry Park naming ceremony on Creekside Drive in Curlewis at 10am on 20 April, followed by morning tea at the Bayview sales office. RSVP for morning tea to firstname.lastname@example.org by 16 April.
The latest land release at Bayview has now commenced construction, paving the way for homebuyers wanting to enjoy views across Port Phillip Bay.
With endless shopping and recreation opportunity on one side and the Port Phillip foreshore on the other, Bayview on the Bellarine is easily one of the most idyllically positioned estates on the peninsula.
Homebuyers looking to live by the bay can now start building their dream home straightaway thanks to the titling of land in Bayview on the Bellarine's Stage 3B release.
Already making a mark with its specialty shopping centre, completed parklands, undercover BBQ area overlooking the rain garden wetlands and views of the bay, Bayview estate is now putting itself above the rest – literally – with the most elevated land release in Curlewis now on offer.
Bayview was host to a ground - breaking event this morning, literally – where ground was broken at an official turning the sod ceremony for the Woolworths supermarket which will be part of the Bayview Shopping Centre .
Bayview is happy to announce that Stage 1 has now sold out.
Bayview sales consultant Michael Sciaraffa says it's a great milestone for the project
and Stage 2 will soon follow. "It's great that we've sold the last lot within Stage
1 of the estate where many residents are already living," says Michael.
titled land now selling from only $137,000
After much anticipation we are excited to announce the release of Stage 3C land
titles. Commence the construction of your new home now. Stage 3C land is conveniently
positioned only a stone's throw away from the future Bayview Shopping centre.
Bayview is thrilled to announce it has signed on again as major sponsor of the Drysdale
Hawks Football Club. Bayview development manager Paul Cicchiello said the decision
to continue sponsorship for the 2014 season was an easy one
Those looking to wake up each morning to views of the bay & onto the You Yangs will
be thrilled to learn titles for Stage 3A of Bayview have now been issued. Stage
3A offers a prime real estate ranging in size to accommodate different homebuyer
needs, with many lots boasting stunning views.
Bayview is pleased to announce that the Central Park is now officially complete.
Bayview has just released Stage 3B in its exclusive Curlewis estate.
This premium land release offers a selection of 24 lots in varying sizes, situated in prime position within the growing estate.
With its beautifully landscaped parks and gardens, stunning sculptures designed by local artists, and unrivalled views over to the You Yangs and beyond to the Melbourne city skyline, Bayview is more like a holiday destination.
With construction of the third stage of Bayview underway, beautiful parklands and a rain garden currently being landscaped and a major shopping centre due to start taking shape next year, it’s not hard to see why the estate is attracting homebuyers in droves.
The City of Greater Geelong’s Councillor Rod Macdonald has put his stamp of approval on Bayview new shopping centre which has just received planning approval.
The seaside development of Bayview continues to spring to life, with the entrance of the estate now fully landscaped and adorned with sculptures, aesthetically paving the way for new residents coming home.