The Goldridge Estate Ballot Night was held on September 30 and was “a resounding success” according to Forbes Shire Mayor, Phyllis Miller.
“The sale couldn’t have gone any better and we are so pleased to see so many young families purchase their first block of land in our amazing Goldridge Estate,” said Mayor Miller.
“The sale was completed through a ballot process in which each applicant was given a number and when drawn out of the barrel, they were given the opportunity to pick whichever block they desired from the 13 lots on offer. We needed to see that everyone had an equal playing field, and it was conducted in an open and public way.”
Stage one of the Estate was the first to go on the market and of that stage, Phase 1 and 2 were sold through the Ballot Night. The following day saw Phase 3 and 4 go on the market as a general release and all enquiries are directed to go through the local Real Estate Agents; Century 21, Elders, Michael Robinson and Ray White.
“We will continue to release more land as the market demand warrants, giving existing real estate in town a chance to recover from the current competitive circumstances.”
Goldridge Estate comprises 221 very affordable lots ranging from 550 square metres to over 5,000 square metres with rural views. The appetite for homes in regional NSW is only expected to rise once the lockdown ends and borders reopen.