Townhouses In Officer
Nestled amongst the Dandenong Ranges, you will find the community of Hillstowe. Hillstowe is a village-like neighbourhood with townhouses for sale in Officer—connecting residents not only to the amenities of surrounding suburbs, but also to the Melbourne CBD. From shops to transport, expansive parklands and a selection of schools, Hillstowe allows you to build your new lifestyle exactly as you envision it.
Townhouses at Hillstowe
Hillstowe is a master-planned community designed to fit the needs of its residents—with everything you need to embrace a balanced lifestyle. Its community is tight-knit, with plenty of activities whether that’s a social event, a picnic or a walk in Hillstowe’s expansive Central Park.
Hillstowe offers townhouses close to Beaconsfield, Clyde and Narre Warren; making this the perfect option for anyone searching for a little more peace without missing out on the action of the city.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a house and a townhouse?
While there isn’t a world of difference between a house and townhouses, there are a few small ways you can tell them apart. The key difference is size; a townhouse is generally smaller than a house. However, as a result, townhouses are often seen as lower maintenance.
Townhouses are multi-storey residences with several rooms and a garage. They usually share at least one wall with another townhouse, though some are entirely free-standing. Like houses, townhouses can have a small courtyard or garden; some have narrow balconies. Townhouses at Hillstowe come with the benefit of being amongst parklands.
What are the benefits of owning a townhouse?
The size of a townhouse will vary, but for the most part, you gain the benefit of space, the atmosphere of a house, and an outdoor area—perfect for pets, families or anyone with a green thumb. In fact, with a townhouse, its residents don’t need to maintain an elaborate garden or a large expanse of lawn, as is the case with most houses.
A townhouse may be a more affordable option when deciding to purchase in a master-planned community.