There are provisions for a future public transport route through Stage 1 of Zuccoli.
Zuccoli will be serviced by underground Electrical, Sewer, Water and Telecommunications Networks.
Provision has been made to service Zuccoli with the NBN Fibre to the Premise Telecommunications Network.
Purchasers at Zuccoli will be able to smart wire their homes to take full advantage of the NBN.
Zuccoli allotments, streets and internal stormwater systems have been engineered to a Q100 Storm Immunity.
Zuccoli is a new suburb and is named after the renowned Territory aviation and construction industry identity – Guido Zuccoli (7.11.1940 – 6.3.1997)
More than 30% of the first stage will be dedicated to parks and conservation.
Urbex will maintain the landscaped parks and entry statements for a period of 12 months from completion of each stage’s works at which point City of Palmerston will take over the maintenance.
There is a diverse range of allotment sizes to suit every lifestyle and budget. Visit www.zuccolivillage.com.au for the latest land release.
There will be a variety of housing options available from large free standing homes on acerage lots through to duplex and unit style development around areas of public amenity. A proportion of the development will be developed as ‘Affordable’ housing.
Construction has commenced and well underway
Land is currently available for sale. With ongoing land releases scheduled throughout the year, we encourage you to register your interest by visiting www.zuccolivillage.com.au
The first stage of Zuccoli is being developed by Urbex in partnership with the NT Government’s Land Development Corporation and comprises an area of over 100ha with more than 700 homes.
Zuccoli is a new master planned suburb that will eventually contain over 2,300 homes for in excess of 6,000 Territorians.
Located to the south of Lambrick Avenue between the Stuart Highway and Mitchell Creek.
There are dedicated allotments which will allow for Multiple Dwelling development such as duplex and even triplex residential designs
Purchasers will be required to have substantially commenced construction within 18 months of settling their lot purchase and completed construction and landscaping within 12 months of the construction start date.
There will be a range of builders who will be providing house and land packages to purchasers and there will be a Display Village in the first land release to demonstrate housing designs which promote the principles of the Zuccoli Housing Design Guidelines.
In consultation with Darwin Builders and Architects, the Zuccoli Design Guidelines have been developed to promote housing designs based on the following key design principles:
- To create a neighbourhood that is laid back, open and leafy, embracing the Darwin lifestyle.
- Welcoming front facades that create a positive relationship to the street.
- Provide decent shade for walls and windows
- Design homes that encourage cross ventilation through the dwelling.
- Outdoor rooms as an extension of the home.
We will be encouraging purchasers to choose designs that are energy efficient, considerate of the topography and natural aspect which Zuccoli offers. Tropical design elements and an emphasis on enhancing outdoor living areas and natural cross ventilation will be required. An emphasis will also be placed on enhanced streetscape amenity to promote a visually attractive streetscape.
Contact: Urbex Realty Sales Consultant, Nicole Turner
P: 1300 662 746
M: 0407 171 361
The Zuccoli Master Plan prepared by the Department of Lands and Planning includes a proposed village centre and commercial hub. The Zuccoli Master Plan also includes a school, recreational facilities and conservation areas. These facilities are proposed to be provided in the second stage of Zuccoli which is currently held by the Department of Lands and Planning.
Located on Farrar Boulevard is Mackillop Catholic College. It accommodates years 7 to 12.
In the surrounding Palmerston suburbs, just minutes away, there are multiple public and private primary, middle and senior schools as well as pre-schools and childcare centres.
The Zuccoli Master Plan prepared by Department of Lands and Planning proposes a school within a future stage of Zuccoli.
More than 30% of the area of Stage 1 will be dedicated to parks and conservation which will include walking and cycling trails, play equipment and a WWII Heritage Conservation Park.
The Zuccoli Master Plan prepared by Department of Lands and Planning proposes future sporting fields, public parks and conservation areas.