Following the complete sellout of 450 lots as part of Stage 1, Lendlease’s new masterplanned Figtree Hill community will soon put second stage, Parkland View on sale offering premium lots all larger than 500 square metres, with land starting from $668,000.

Set to be released on Tuesday, 1 August, Parkland View will be surrounded by natural bushland and beautifully designed parklands, located just a short stroll from where the future Village Centre and adventure playground will be.

“The continued sellout of land at Figtree Hill shows the pent-up demand for housing in Sydney’s south-west and just how sought-after the community is for its connection to nature and proximity to Macarthur-Campbelltown, ” said Brendan O’Brien, Head of NSW Communities, Lendlease.

Delivery of the community’s first park, which includes a new adventure playground designed for all ages and abilities, is also set to commence following approval from Campbelltown City Council.

Designed in collaboration with ASPECT Studios and drawing inspiration from the surrounding landscape, the new playground will offer a range of play features and activity zones, including a shaded water play zone, large play structure called The Mill, a double flying fox, basketball half- court, and shaded sand and toddler play area.

The new park will also include an amphitheatre and public lawn, creating spaces for community performances and a place for residents to gather, connect and enjoy. Work on the park and playground will commence shortly and will be completed in late-2024.

Construction on significant upgrades to Appin Road, which will provide long awaited road widening and safety improvements, koala protections and new intersections to the Figtree Hill community, are pending approval.

Figtree Hill will deliver 1,700 new homes in all, set amongst 20 hectares of natural bushland and protected conservation areas. Residents will be able to enjoy over six kilometres of walking trails and cycle paths, parks and an adventure playground, local retail and a new community centre. It will also be an all-electric community, enabling it to be run on 100 per cent renewable power.

(The visual is an artist impression, design subject to change)