Is My Jubilee a good area?

Hi I am thinking about buying a land and build a house at My Jubilee. Any comments whether it is a good area? Is it near to the amenities?
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shellm1 Oct 16, 2019
Hi guys, does anyone know which catholic school is coming to Jubilee estate(Scholars Green Release)?
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CorrineL 2yrs+
Hi guys. Feel free to join the residents page for Jubilee. Some residents have already started building so you can post any questions or concerns you may have and get some answers!

https://m.facebook.com/groups/1814804248748715?notif_t=group_purposes_change¬if_id=1468991771046368&ref=m_notif
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CorrineL 2yrs+
I live in the estate directly across Jubilee and have purchased and commenced building in Jubilee. Area wise the Estates around it are clean, new and mainly owner occupiers so very little trouble or problems. Only issue being hoons which to be honest you will find in any new development. Jubilee in itself will be a fantastic place to live. Beautiful parks, features, lakes, schools, cafes and shopping are all in the plans/commenced already. A residents only Waterpark which is the first of its kind in Victoria will be a highlight and there is an owners corporation and assosiated fees that you will start paying immediately after settlement. But overall it will be a pretty famastic place to live, well and truly a note above the rest!
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JohnB11
JohnB11 Hi, I've been also looking at land in Jubilee :), do you have an idea of how much this Owner's cooperation fee will be after settlement?
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CorrineL
CorrineL So at the moment I only paid about $240 for a year (at settlement).. When the private water parks and gyms open it will bump up to about a $1000 a year.
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charan-kumar-raghupatrunic
charan-kumar-raghupatrunic Hi JOhnB11, I enquired with Jubilee team. They charge $1300 for gym and water park.
Aug 27, 2019
sammys1
sammys1 Just run away from this joint. You cant even breath without getting a fine from their body corporate.cant even have a double driveway to park 2 cars.if your land is facing east forget about putting solar. Theres lot to mention. Just go & buy somewhere else you can enjoy your own house. Unless you wanna live like a prisoner inside your own home.
Oct 24, 2019
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BookieD 2yrs+
Please can someone help with this question. I am planning to move to this area and want some information about it.
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Ashrita Bommakanti
Ashrita Bommakanti The estate in question is relatively new so you will have to wait for a couple of years for the estate's amenities like the childcare and shopping center to come up. The train station is a 5 minute drive and the Manor lakes shopping center is near the station. There are a couple of medical center within 5 km radius and there is a childcare bear the train station.
There is a govt p-12 school and an independent primary school nearby. You can also consider Manor Lakes or Lollipop hill if you are looking for an established estate/
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