Blueys Ridge Estate | Some of the most affordable building blocks on the NSW Mid North Coast

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  • Address: 1-22 295 Reef Circuit, Blueys Beach
  • Blocks from $275,000
  • Contact: Pacific Palms Real Estate
  • Phone: 6554 0500 or 6554 4800
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  • Inspect: By appointment

Looking to build your dream home? Here are arguably some of the most affordable building blocks on the Mid North Coast and the lifestyle on offer is truly unique.

Pacific Palms Real Estate is proud to be the exclusive selling agent for the latest land release at Reef Circuit Blueys Beach to be known as Blueys Ridge Estate.

Priced extremely well from $275,000 and with eight blocks already sold and with around 12 blocks remaining, a unique and rare opportunity now exists.

Matt Healey, Sales Manager of Pacific Palms Real Estate said "It is very rare to have a land release in Blueys Beach, let alone have the majority of the blocks on offer priced under $300,000. "

Matt continued to say that "Frankly I can't see these prices ever being repeated, it creates a real option for first home buyers."

It is also proving popular with locals, with the majority of the eight blocks sold being snapped up by them, and that is really saying something according to Matt.

We are seeing locals buying into the estate, they recognise the value for money and they have jumped at the opportunity.

Matt Healey, Sales Manager, Pacific Palms Real Estate

Blueys Ridge Estate is going to be a nice little neighbourhood of approximately 20 properties.

Only 700 metres from the village centre and nestled amongst a coastal tropical setting.

The Estate offers curb and guttering, smooth new roads, underground power and lighting, NBN and with a brand new footpath all the way into the village.

The block sizes vary from 500 to over a 1000 square metres with the majority being all easy level building blocks.

All this is only 15 minutes to Forster, recently voted in the top ten towns in Australia.

This story Rare find at Blueys Beach first appeared on Great Lakes Advocate.