Metricon, the building titan that has proudly held the title of Australia’s largest builder for a remarkable eight years running, awarded by the Housing Industry Association (HIA), is doubling down on its dedication to boost the property market in New South Wales. The company has made an eye-catching investment of nearly $10 million in state-of-the-art display homes within the current financial year.
These investments are strategically planted in burgeoning and in-demand locales. In Leppington, house hunters can feast their eyes on three new display homes: The Marion 30 boasting a Yale façade, the imposing Vantage 38 with a Kubis façade, and the sleek Zita 29 featuring a Panorama façade. North Richmond also welcomed the impressive Vantage 52SL outfitted with the stately Stamford façade.
The scenic Hunter Valley, located to the north of Sydney, has been graced with the opening of two fresh Metricon display homes in Lochinvar—a favourite among their designs—the Avery 30 with its peak façade and the exquisitely designed Botanica 31 sporting a Grove façade. Looking ahead to early 2024, Metricon plans to roll out more awe-inspiring homes in Warnervale, including the Riva 44 with its modern façade and the Delta 28 accompanied by a peak façade.
Metricon prides itself on its intelligent home designs, perfected over a solid 47-year track record of industry superiority and pioneering innovation. From flexible floor plans to Knock Down Rebuild solutions and their award-winning Studio experiences, Metricon consistently enhances its collection of home designs to fuel the imagination of prospective home buyers.
New South Wales has long been a magnet for new homebuyers thanks to its fantastic liveability and robust infrastructure. Families eager to build their dream homes find the state particularly appealing, which is why Metricon’s significant investment spotlights its confidence in the state’s ongoing prosperity.
Catering to the ever-changing norms of modern living, the established and forthcoming display homes feature creative open-plan spaces, options for multiple generations, ease of maintenance, and spacious living quarters. Regardless of their current construction status, these homes reveal designs emphasizing family-friendly living and inventive façades that cater to a diverse array of budgets and aspirations.
David Shorten, NSW General Manager at Metricon, shared his insights on the latest developments, “We have witnessed heightened interest in new homes in these areas. The demand for well-designed, sustainable homes in picturesque coastal and suburban locations with easy access to transportation and essential amenities has accelerated our investment in New South Wales for this financial year and beyond.”
Confronting the trials faced by the construction sector head-on, Mr. Shorten added, “Metricon is dedicated to delivering high-quality, family-friendly homes across various budget ranges. With 15 years of building experience in NSW, Metricon remains committed to meeting the escalating demand for new homes, particularly in the Hunter Valley.”