An impressive Lifestyle Within easy reach.
The Edge Estate is located in tranquil Cessnock - the gateway to the Hunter Valley. The Edge offers superb mountain views and open spaces combined with easy access to well-established local amenities.
Limited to only 17 allotments, this boutique development located nearby Cessnock's thriving CBD offers a family-friendly environment that delivers a sense of freedom and convenience amidst a relaxed village lifestyle. Affordably priced and realistic option for both market newcomers, investors and downsizers.
The combination of having vibrant city minutes away and the tourism Mecca of the Hunter Valley within easy reach make these superb home packages the perfect choice for those wanting to live in a central lifestyle hub while enjoying the benefits of community living. There are opportunities to work locally in the wine industry, tourism and hospitality and those who need to commute to work will love Hunter Expressway which you can be on, in just 15 minutes
With a bus stop on the doorstep of The Edge Estate, the thriving city of Cessnock is easily accessed and provides a wide range of everyday essentials including schools, medical, supermarkets, banks, cafés, eateries, clubs and leisure pursuits. Also famed as the gateway to the popular Hunter Valley Vineyards, the position of The Edge Estate offers its residents an ideal opportunity to engage in all the lifestyle attractions the region has to offer. without compromising convenience.
There is a vast array of public and private schools available to Cessnock City. Cessnock community of great public schools is a cohesive group of 14 primary and 2 high schools and a learning centre, located within the Cessnock area and outlying districts There is also a selection of historically successful private schools in the area.
Cessnock businesses enjoy ready access to broadband networks as part of the Telstra Lower Hunter district. Cessnock is one of the first areas in regional NSW receiving the rollout of the National Broadband Network.
In addition to the $450 Million New Maitland hospital development nearby, Cessnock city is home to two of its own hospitals. There are also community health centres in the region and a range of supportive healthcare services operating across the whole of the Hunter. The Region has one of the most advanced health and medical systems in NSW.
Cessnock's ever-growing retail centre includes a number of large retail operations, with all major supermarkets, Bunnings and several leading mixed retail chains such as Target and Big W.