Villawood Returns To Melbourne's Western Corridor With Albright


Villawood Properties will return to Melbourne’s western growth corridor with the launch of its latest community, Albright in Truganina.

A boutique community of approximately 500-lots, Albright follows on from previous Villawood projects in the west, its award-winning Alamanda in Point Cook and Seasons in Tarneit and marks the award-winning developer’s return to the booming Wyndham corridor.

Set in a quiet pocket, Albright will feature Villawood Properties hallmarks such as quality parks, playgrounds, sporting facilities and landscaped waterways. As with all Villawood Properties projects, the creation of a strong, vibrant community will be central.

It will also be the first new Villawood community to roll out a groundbreaking arrangement with the YMCA through which the latter will manage the onsite child care service and schedule of broader community programs. 

Albright’s features include:

  • A government primary school and expansive community sports fields – delivered early in the life of the project; 

  • 22kms or 30 mins from Melbourne CBD;

  • Located close to Tarneit Train station and across the road from the future Truganina train station;

  • Planned Truganina town centre directly across Doherty’s road from Albright including supermarket, 15 specialty stores and more;

  • A mix of lot sizes and high quality house and land options;

  • It is situated in close proximity to all the necessary amenities and is less than 30 minutes from the CBD; 

  • Future on-site childcare – run by the YMCA - with preferential treatment to Albright residents;

  • An indoor community space (delivered by Villawood – will initially incorporate the sales office) and ultimately a council Community Activity Centre, including maternal child welfare and kindergarten services;

  • Regular family-oriented community events, resident ‘meet and greets’ and other health and wellbeing activities;

  • An attractive central park which will host a range of community activities; and

  • Striking corten steel peacock sculptures.


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