Connectivity magnet is drawcard

Connectivity magnet is drawcard
The recently completed extension to Pebble Beach Boulevard – the main ring road of the Meadow Springs master-planned community – allows residents to be more connected with the Quarry Adventure Park, local schools, shops and the golf course.
The first 10 lots – priced from $165,000 – have been released in the new Greenville Vista precinct, off Pebble Beach Boulevard and within easy walking distance of the $3.5 million Quarry Adventure Park, which spans four hectares and features a terraced limestone amphitheatre, barbecue areas, pathways and numerous playgrounds. 
Mirvac Western Australia master-planned communities development director Kim Lawrance said although Meadow Springs was one of the most established and sought-after residential areas in Mandurah, its carefully designed master plan meant residents had everything at their fingertips.
‘The feedback we have had from buyers over the years is that Meadow Springs is a very well-connected community, and the recent completion of Pebble Beach Boulevard providing convenient access to the Quarry Adventure Park confirms this,’ he said. 
‘This latest land release boasts a prime location close to numerous parks and lifestyle amenities and is very well priced, so we expect that it will strike a chord with buyers – particularly young families.’
For more information, call 9424 9989, visit the sales centre on the corner of Pebble Beach Boulevard and Windcrest Way, Meadow Springs, or