SUMMER 23/24

LOVING LOCAL: CRANGAN BAY
A sense of community, in an environment that breathes 'nature and lifestyle'.

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The Central Coast’s newest residential oasis is nature-based living at its best, offering the ultimate lakeside change with a contemporary lifestyle. Neighbouring the suburbs of Gwandalan and Summerland Point and a 15-minute drive from the seaside enclave of Swansea, Crangan Bay boasts a premium location on one-kilometre of lakefront, nestled among parklands, national park and tranquil Lake Macquarie just a stone’s throw away.

Crangan Bay is residential living that integrates the natural environment into its community, with treelined streetscapes and sprawling green spaces. An active lifestyle is easy with green spaces that will be a hive of activity with sporting activities, a boardwalk through the lakefront reserve and cycling pathways, as well as fitness areas. Its lakeside location is an idyllic setting for a morning sail or kayak, while a refreshing ocean dip is nearby at pristine beaches such as Catherine Hill Bay or a surf at Caves Beach. 

Crangan Bay ticks the boxes for many demographics. Families will enjoy the open spaces and natural playgrounds, semi-retirees will appreciate the escape from the hustle and bustle while being close enough to shops and cafes, and first home buyers will be thrilled to own a piece of the Central Coast’s latest paradise. Lake Macquarie, too, has all the community facilities needed for all lifestyles, such as primary and high schools and a local hospital. 

This exciting development comprises 623 lots in a range of sizes up to 880 square metres. Bring your own architect and builder or select a coastal contemporary-designed home from one of Crangan Bay’s four display builders: Hunter Homes, Masterton Homes Tullipan Homes and GJ Gardner Homes. 

With their third land release now selling, Crangan Bay Estate by Scape Properties might just be the lakeside escape you have been looking for. 

WORDS MEGAN ARKINSTALL

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