Urban convenience, suburban charm, and affordability – Caphilly, the Hunter’s newest suburb has it all covered.
The first new town to be built in the Hunter in well over half a century, Huntlee offers a perfect mix of Hunter Valley charm together with urban convenience, sustainable living, and affordability, creating an enviable lifestyle in what is a real community.
Huntlee's Newest Precinct
Made up of three distinct residential villages surrounding a vibrant 200-hectare town centre, Caphilly is the newest precinct to launch in Huntlee, right in the Town Centre.
The name Caphilly draws inspiration from the early settlers of the Rothbury area just south of Huntlee. Joseph Broadbent Holmes, in 1842, christened two parcels of land in the Rothbury region: “The Wilderness” and “Caerphilly,” the latter named after the Welsh term for ‘fort’ (a symbol of home and safety).
Dynamic Urban Lifestyle
Situated a short stroll or bike ride from the Huntlee shopping village, Caphilly offers a dynamic urban lifestyle. Whether you're seeking vibrancy close to your morning coffee, a family seeking community warmth, or you’re looking to invest in a high growth area, Caphilly’s unique blend of convenience, affordability, and a range of block sizes mean every stage of life is catered for.
For the Small Business Owner
Caphilly’s B4-zoned lots also allow you to run your business from your own home, blending together the perfect mix of urban comfort and the serenity of suburban living.
The community’s future needs have also been secured, with the NSW Government announcing a $1.4 billion budget investment to develop a primary and high school in Huntlee that will serve the Branxton, North Rothbury and Huntlee communities.
Caphilly’s accessibility, walkability and easy-living mantra is set to redefine the way you experience living in Huntlee. Together with its flexible and affordable land packages, it means you can spend more on your dream home without the urban price tag.