Joseph's Gate encourages interest in Goulburn area


As real estate bubbles are starting to burst in capital cities around the country, many experts believe that rural areas, particularly well-located inland cities such as Goulburn, are increasing in popularity.

As such, Joseph's Gate, the exciting new development on the Wollondilly River, has encouraged serious interest in the area.

"People are moving out of Sydney, looking for places which have property prices which are more affordable and a different lifestyle," said Regional Australia Institute's chief executive Mr Jack Archer.

"Dollar for dollar, those who purchase at Joseph's Gate get more of everything; more land, more house and more opportunities for a healthy work-life balance" Paul Edwards of Antony and Edwards Real Estate said.

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Joseph's Gate still has a selection of large residential lots with wide frontages ranging in size from 700 to 1228 square metres. All services including electricity, gas, water, sewer and NBN are underground, leaving the vista uninterrupted.

With a playground designed to bring the community together, walking trails along the Wollondilly are also planned to bring focus back to a healthy lifestyle.

"Two of the region's most respected building companies, GJ Gardiner and Integrity New Homes, have such confidence in Joseph's Gate they've proudly come on board offering innovative house and land packages" says Tom Antony from Antony and Edwards Real Estate.

For more information contact the sole selling agents, Antony and Edwards Real Estate on 4826 9888.

This story Goulburn increases in popularity first appeared on Goulburn Post.