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The Hunter Family

The size of the Yanchep homesites was one of the key attractions for the Hunter family - Murray and Sarah, and their three children. 
The family of five was looking for space – smaller homesites in other estates didn’t suit them. 
“The size of the lots just wasn’t right – we’re a family of five, we needed to be sensible,” said Sarah Hunter, a palliative care nurse.
“We kept looking around but in the end we found that we just kept going back to Yanchep Golf Estate so we knew it was right for us.  All of the lot sizes felt really decent and very affordable,” she said. 
“We secured a block that was just under 500 square metres for less than $200,000 – at other estates we had looked at this would have only got you a cottage lot.”
The Hunters were also drawn to Yanchep Golf Estate by the location, close to Yanchep National Park, the beach and the Yanchep Lagoon. It borders the Sun City Country Club golf course, with some homesites directly overlooking the fairways and greens.
“Yanchep Golf Estate has so much character.  The natural hills, areas of bushland and existing trees that are being retained together with the landscaping contribute to making it feel like part of an established suburb rather than a new estate – we liked that and as work has progressed we’ve continued to be impressed by the vision for the area,” Sarah said.  
“Yanchep’s got huge potential – the beach is beautiful and we regularly go for walks in the national park but there also are some really positive plans in place for the area as it grows. We’re actually excited that we get to be a part of it.”
The Hunters will move into Yanchep Golf Estate by the end of 2013.