The city will soon be home to 30 new townhouses.
The construction of these dwellings is taking place in the Tully Park area and the first stage of work is expected to be completed soon.
The company Tully Park Pty Ltd had purchased the land and submitted a development application to Goulburn Mulwaree Council for its approval. "In the next four months, the first stage of work will be complete and 11 townhouses will be released," Joe Perello (contracts and administration) said. The development work on the site started around six months ago.
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The work would be completed in a few stages, Mr Perello said. "In the first stage, 11 townhouses will be constructed in two phases. After that, 12 more townhouses will be built in the second stage. In the final stage, work on seven townhouses will be completed." The project was expected to finish in a year-and-a-half.
The townhouses are three-bedroom units, with a single car garage, kitchen, lounge and dining areas downstairs. "There are three ensuite bedrooms upstairs, a main bathroom, and a verandah out front," he said.
Talking about the development in Goulburn, Mr Perello said the city was set to become bigger.
"Things have started happening in Goulburn, like it did for Sydney years ago," he said.
Zeb Alaia, principal at Raine & Horne, has already sold nine townhouses.
"We are looking at retirees looking at possibly settling down in Goulburn," he said.
"The location has close proximity to places like the golf course. In regards to the property, it's nice to get a facelift at that end of the town and add new townhouses like the ones being built in Tully Park.
"I know that lot of people have shown interest in the new sub-divisions further down the road, but it just shows the strength of the Goulburn market.
"The sales we have managed, with these townhouses in Tully Park area as well, shows that people are ready to buy in Goulburn."
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