The estate is being developed by Northern Territory company Halikos Group.
It will eventually become home to up to 7500 Territorians, providing a major economic stimulus to the Top End and creating up to 3200 local employment opportunities.
The development provides a variety of lot sizes starting at 378 square metres for $210,000 and upwards to 1180 square metres for $550,000.
Buyers may be eligible for the Territory Government’s first home owner grant of $10,000 and the Federal Government’s first home loan deposit scheme.
The Northcrest display village builders are also offering an extra incentive – a contribution to fencing, guttering and front landscaping.
There are a number of commercial lots available for sale ranging from 1000-12,000 square metres.
Sales are being handled exclusively by Knight Frank real estate.
The development is setting a new standard in Northern Territory living.
There are great amenities lined up for the development, including a primary school, bus services and land zoned for supermarkets, specialty shops, restaurants, parklands and offices, as well as commercial and community spaces.
McDonald’s has announced that it will be opening in the estate.
A key feature seen throughout Northcrest is beautiful parks.
The centrally located Mayse Young Park has already proven to be a favourite, particularly with families. It includes shade sails, barbecues, a children’s playground and outdoor gym equipment.
New residents Aleya and Oswald Loresco chose to set up home in Darwin’s village-like Northcrest for classic real estate reasons – location, location, location.
They have built a beautiful four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on a 405 square metre block.
“We love it here,” says Aleya. “We looked at lots of other places but decided to buy here because it’s central to everything.”
The couple, who have four children, particularly like the pleasant ambience of Northcrest and the greenery.
“This is a great place for our family,” Aleya says. “It’s lovely for children.”
Northcrest has attracted a wide range of new residents, from families to older people wanting to downsize as well as young couples.
“I recently sold land to an elderly couple who didn’t want to be a slave to a big block,” says Bec Wescombe of Knight Frank residential sales. “They are very happy living at Northcrest.”
The estate is in walking distance from Haileybury Rendell School, which caters for students from early learning to year 12.Entrance to the estate is off Stuart Highway
The Northcrest sales office is open five days a week or by appointment:
Sunday by appointment.
Sales Manager Rebecca Wescombe
1 Reuben Avenue (entrance off Makagon or Pruen roads) Berrimah NT 0828
(08) 8983 5500
0419 825 463