Fairley is unlike any other land release on the market, with traditional quarter acre style blocks at affordable prices. You will be able to build your dream home, with space for children to play in a big backyard, room for a shed and a generous garden.

A unique offering

Fairley will be released in three stages and will accommodate 108 residential homes, with larger block sizes than currently on offer in Canberra.

Key features include:

  • Stage One ready to build - 25 residential blocks
  • Stage Two released - 43 blocks residential blocks
  • Two medium density blocks
  • Large block sizes ranging from 800m2 – 1273m2
  • Within close proximity to Canberra (30 minutes) and Yass (15 minutes)
  • Space to build a family home and have a big back yard
  • Situated on a gentle sloping hill with breathtaking panoramic views
  • Deciduous and evergreen trees, wide grass verges and street lighting, will form the residential streetscape
  • Horse trails, cycle paths and walking trails are inclusive in the development
  • A proposed Village Square to be developed at the front section of the sub division. Commercial opportunities include; childcare centre, medical centre, visitors centre, boutique hotel, boutique brewery, bakery, cafes, post office, professional offices, and retail outlets to sell local produce, arts and crafts.

Building at fairley

Building at Fairley will have minimal covenants, presenting the opportunity for individual home designs, and includes:

  • Utility connections to water, sewerage, power and telecommunications will be provided to block boundary

The Murrumbateman masterplan

Fairley will be the first implemented stage of the Murrumbateman Master Plan and will set the precedent for future residential land releases.

The Murrumbateman Master Plan supports a long-term vision for the community and forecasted growth of the region. Land use and environmental planning considers land capability, heritage, landscape, environmental resources, re-zoning and subdivision proposals, outlined below:

  • Land releases of large residential block
  • Building of community facilities, which includes; childcare centre, primary school, medical centre and retail outlets
  • Upgrade existing recreational facilities, like an outdoor sports complex, indoor fitness facility and equestrian oval
  • Family recreation and town park, utilising existing open space corridors and reserves, and;
  • Infrastructure development, with upgraded utility networks for water, sewerage, power, telecommunications and main roads.