Available lots and prices
A birds eye view of the cape, a modern community in a spectacular location
Stage 4 Seahaven Release is now selling!
The highly anticipated next stage of Australia’s most sustainable housing development has piqued the interest of people searching for a more comfortable, connected, affordable and sustainable lifestyle.
With 65 blocks on offer, Stage 4 features some of the best home sites in The Cape estate. With expansive views towards Wilsons Promontory to the east and Cape Woolamai to the west, Stage 4 provides future residents a piece of Cape Paterson heaven to call home.
A diverse range of home sites are available - from 360 to 850 square meters and starting from $250k - so there are ample choices to create your idyllic sustainable home.
All sites will have access to The Cape’s vast amounts of open space, walking and cycling paths to surf and swimming beaches, beautiful community infrastructure including community garden and orchard, fitness stations, wetlands, children's playground and the future café. All homes have high speed NBN broadband with fibre direct to the home to enable a productive, connected lifestyle
The relaxed coastal lifestyle of The Cape is increasingly rare in southern Australia these days, yet the beautiful Bunurong Coastal Drive is 5 minutes away and the towns of Inverloch and Wonthaggi, which feature all the necessary shops and services, are only 10 minutes away.
The Cape’s design process will guarantee a beautiful, passive solar, comfortable home with super low running costs, so don’t miss your chance to join Victoria’s most sustainable community.
Stage 1 and 2 lots are all sold out but a small number of titled lots in 3 remain - get in quick!
Innovative community garden
Food: The Cape is proud to feature a specially designed and thriving community garden which will expand as the development progresses, to cover a total area of 5000 sqm, therefore it will become one of the largest urban food gardens in Victoria.
Residents enjoy top quality organic produce and lower food bills, as well as health and social benefits while working their green thumbs.
There raised garden beds will soon be complimented by a greenhouse, composting areas, worm farms, tool storage, public art, an orchard and poultry.
Water: Homes in The Cape which are nearby to the community garden are plumbed to capture rainwater runoff which is then used to water the garden beds. The garden will also feature a recently-developed, vertical wicking garden bed design.
At the heart of the garden is the water tank, which will include a viewing platform with wheelchair access, offering elevated panoramic views of the garden, wetlands and the coast. The water harvesting scheme will generate an estimated 3.2 million litres of water for use in the garden, or 3.2 Olympic-sized pools.
The Cape is very excited about the garden and rainwater harvesting project, which we hope will inspire similar endeavours in other cities and towns.