Peters Real Estate Maitland



Hillview at Louth Park is a prestigious lifestyle estate providing a unique and exciting living opportunity for the most discerning buyer.


Peters Real Estate Maitland has been appointed exclusive marketing agent for the estate which provides a once in a lifetime opportunity for you to purchase a rare piece of historic Maitland's rural paradise.


The estate is bounded by Louth Park Road and Dagworth Road, a location surrounded by Hunter Valley agricultural history not to mention breathtaking rural views.


The estate provides a unique opportunity for the astute buyer to live in a rural location which can accommodate large residences surrounded by plenty of space on an undulating 1500m2 lot.


Subsequent stages will provide larger lots of up to 6750m2.


The estate is conveniently positioned with shopping and educational facilities close by, in either Central Maitland or East Maitland and is a short drive to the interchange at neighbouring Buchannan, providing access to the Hunter Expressway with links to Sydney, Newcastle and the Upper Hunter.


It's clear Hillview offers country living with a city convenience.





Sales Plan


Price List





Hillview Playground

The recently completed Hillview Playground sits within the heart of the estate. The development has spared no expense on this state-of-the-art playground and with countless young families having bought into the estate it is sure to be the community hub for years to come.




Directions from East Maitland: 
Coming from East Maitland along Mount Vincent Road turn right onto Louth Park Road, travel 1.7kms before turning left into Dagworth Road. 

Directions from Central Maitland
Head South on Louth Park Road for 4.1km before turning right onto Dagworth Road. 

Directions from Buchanan / Hunter Expressway: 
Exit the Hunter Expressway onto Buchanan Road travelling 6.2km before turning left onto Louth Park Road, continue for 1.4km before turning left onto Dagworth Road. 


Securing your block

To secure the purchase of a block of land you are required to sign a contract which:

• Provides for a fifteen (15) business day cooling off period (Please note: a business day does not include a weekend or a public holiday)

A deposit of 0.25% of the purchase price (e.g. $975.00 if a purchase price of $390,000) is required upon signing. The balance of the 10% purchase price is payable upon or before the expiration of the cooling-off period. (In the previous example given, this would be $39,000 - $975.00 = $38,025.00) which would be the balance payable.)   Please Note: the payment of a deposit without signing a contract will not secure you the block.  Peters Real Estate holds all the original and duplicate contracts.

• The Deposit is invested in a separate interest account with you as a purchaser collecting all the interest accrued up to settlement. Your Tax File numbers & Drivers Licence/s are required for investment of this deposit.

• Homeowners; For most people who currently own a home and wish to secure a block of land, the balance of deposit security (following the initial 0.25%) is typically by way of a Deposit Bond. This is a certificate from the bank/building society that substitutes a cash payment.

• Having exchanged contracts, you have locked the owner in … and every other buyer out. You (and not the owner) have the right to withdraw out of the purchase at any time prior to the expiration of the cooling-off period (this requires service of an appropriate notice by your legal representative to the vendor’s legal representative). In these circumstances, you forfeit your initial 0.25% of the purchase price to the vendor.

• Stage 4 - Construction underway with registration anticipated around December 2020 - February 2021.

First Home Buyers

  1. First home owners could be eligible for free stamp duty:


  1. Under the First Home Owner Grant (New Homes) scheme First home owners could be eligible for a $10,000.00 grant:


Please contact your legal representative for further information

Government Grant - Home Builder Stimulus Package


About the Area

Located in the heart of the Hunter, Hillview at Louth Park is uniquely placed between the bush and the beach.

The swathe of things to do is far too great to list but here's a little taste of what you can expect.

World class vineyards and cellar doors, pristine beaches, the turquoise waterways of Port Stephens, the vast expanse of Lake Macquarie, historic Morpeth, Glenbawn, Lostock and Chichester dams.

The region offers festivals, a strong arts and cultural fraternity, heritage, gardens and parks, world class golf courses, trails and walks, aviation and hot air ballooning, adventure sports, health and wellbeing, shopping and


A little closer to home, just 12 minutes away, Maitland hosts several annual events such as Taste Food and Wine Festival, Aroma Coffee Festival, Bitter and Twisted beer Festival,
Riverlights Cultural Festival and the world renowned Steamfest.
Maitland's agricultural industry remains alive and vibrant with the city being at the forefront of fresh produce. Maitland’s fresh food revolution has started a new chapter with the Maitland Produce Market.

The event, held in The Levee, links local producers with shoppers in the city’s heart. It gives farmers direct access to customers and allows them to receive a fair price for their crop. In return, shoppers know exactly where their food comes from and how it has been grown.

The markets are held on the first and third Thursday of each month between 3pm and 7pm during Summer, Autumn and Spring with adjusted hours of 2pm to 6pm for Winter trading.

Maitland, located just nine kilometres or 12 minutes from Hillview, boasts a fabulous range of shopping opportunities from major national retail chains to an eclectic mix of stores that will appeal to a wide range of interests and tastes.

Stockland Green Hills has recently completed a $412million redevelopment. The revamp has increased the floor space from 33,000 square metres of leasable retail space to 74,000 square metres.
Stockland Green Hills now features a David Jones department store, Target and Big W discount department stores, Coles and Woolworths full line supermarkets, 12 Mini-Majors including Harris Scarfe, Best & Less, and JB Hi-Fi and over 210 specialty and kiosk retailers.

The centre also features a dining and entertainment precinct featuring a 7 screen 900 seat HOYTS Cinema with 2 Xtremescreens, a strong fresh food offer, and a refreshed fashion and retail services mix.

For those of you who prefer a strip shopping experience, The Levee in Maitland’s CBD is nothing short of retail therapy with a magical view.

The $17million project has breathed new life into the heart of the city with a growing cafe culture and a diverse range of shops.

The Levee focuses on showcasing the picturesque Hunter River with cafes dotted along the riverbank and views across the river to leafy Lorn.

House & Land Packages





1. Terms of the easement, profit and prendre, restriction, or positive covenants thirdly referred to in the abovementioned plan.

The proprietor for the time being of any lot burdened shall at all times maintain a landscaped area in the nature of trees and shrubs as approved by Maitland City Council.

2. Terms of the easement, profit a prendre, restriction, or positive covenants fourthly referred to in the abovementioned plan.
Dwelling Houses

2.1 No Dwelling house may be erected or permitted to remain erected on any lot burdened having a total internal floor area of less that 200m2 exclusive of car accommodation, external landings and patios.

2.2 No Dwelling house may be erected or permitted to remain erected on any lot burdened with external walls of other than face brick, brick veneer, stone, glass or concrete treated with painted texture render.

2.3 No dwelling house shall be erected or permitted to remain erected on any lot burdened having a roof of other than tiles (terracotta or cement) or non-reflective Colourbond. Untreated zincalume is prohibited.

2.4 No more than one main residential dwelling shall be erected on any lot burdened, nor are ancillary buildings to be used for residential accommodation.

2.5 No existing dwelling house or relocatable type dwelling or existing shed or relocatable type shed shall be partially or wholly moved to, placed on, re-erected or permitted to remain on any lot burdened.

2.6 No fence shall be erected or permitted to remain on the boundary of a lot burdened if the same:-

a) (Road Boundary) Is erected on any road boundary that fence exceeds 1,200mm in height or is constructed of materials other than rural style, post and three rails with or without wire mesh. The upper surface of the top rail being 1,200mm high, the middle rail being 820mm high and the lower rail being 470mm high.

b) (Road to building line) Is erected from the road boundary to the building line as fixed by the Maitland City Council is 1,200 metres high or is constructed in materials other than rural style post and two rails with wire mesh.

c) (Other boundaries) Is constructed on a boundary behind the building line that exceeds 1,800mm in height or is constructed of materials other than post and wire with wire mesh or post and rail and wire mesh.

d) Is other than hard wood post and rails.

e) Has rails other than dimensions of 30mm wide and 140mm high.

2.7 Fencing associated with the dwelling house or court yards associated with the dwelling house may incorporate brick, masonry, timber and brushwood. Fencing shall not comprise sheet material such as colourbond, fibro cement or paling fences. This covenant does not preclude safety fencing associated with swimming pools.

2.8 No fence shall be erected on a lot burdened unless it is erected without expense to Valhalla Investments Pty Ltd, its successors and permitted assigns other than purchasers on Sale.

Anciliary Buildings

2.9 No building, not being the main dwelling house, shall be erected or permitted to remain on a lot burdened unless:-
(a) It is situated at the rear of the dwelling house; and
(b) It has an internal floor area of less than 100m2.
2.10 No shed, or other farm type outbuilding shall be constructed or permitted to remain on a lot burdened having walls of corrugated galvanised iron or similar materials provided that new Colourbond metal sheeting may be used in the external walls of a farm building where such colourbond metal sheeting has a low reflective index and is of earth tone colours.
Prohibited activities
2.11 No obnoxious, noisy or offensive occupation, boarding kennels, boarding facilities, trade or business shall be conducted or carried out on any lot burdened.
2.12 No structure of a temporary character, basement, tent, shack, garage, trailer, camper, caravan or any other building may be used at any time as residential accommodation on the lot burdened.
2.13 No temporary structure, caravan, camper or detached ancillary building may be permitted to remain erected on a lot burdened prior to the issue of an Occupation Certificate for the dwelling house erected on the lot burdened.
2.14 No motor truck, lorry or semi-trailer with a load carrying capacity exceeding 2.5 tonnes shall be parked or permitted to remain on any lot burdened unless the same is being used in connection with the erection of a dwelling on the relevant lot burdened and only prior to occupation of the dwelling.

2.15 No boat, trailer, caravan, camper or other vehicle intended to be towed may be placed, parked, stored or permitted to remain on thelot burdened unless same is located behind at the rear of the dwelling house erected on the lot burdened.
2.16 No shipping container may be placed, parked, stored or permitted to remain on any lot burdened.

Acknowledgement of Covenants
2.17 The proprietor of a burdened lot acknowledges that prior to purchasing the subject lot they have made their own inquiries about the nature and effect of these covenants.
2.18 The proprietor of a burdened lot acknowledges that the burden of the covenants in this instrument run with the lot for the benefit of each other proprietor of a lot in a subdivision and shall be enforceable against the proprietor of each and every lot from time to time so burdened.
2.19 The proprietor of each lot acknowledges that the covenants are separate from each other and if any covenant is declared invalid or unenforceable then the remaining restrictive covenants will not be affected and each remaining covenant will be valid and enforceable to the full extent permitted by law.
Any release, variation or modification of these restrictions will be made and done in all
respects at the cost and expense of the person or persons requesting same.

5. Terms of the easement, profit a prendre, restriction, or positive covenants seventhly referred to in the abovementioned plan.

The owner of each Burdened lot must not:-

a) subdivide the Burdened lot if the subdivision would create a lot with an area that is less than 1,500 square metres; and

b) subdivide the Burdened lot so as to create lots in a strata plan or community title scheme; and

c) erect any habitable building on the Burdened lot outside the relevant building envelope for the lot designated A on the Plan.

d) erect any more than one dwelling house on the Burdened lot.

Name of person or Authority empowered to release, vary or modify the easements numbered? and? in the plan:
The name of the person or entity having the power to release, vary or modify this Restriction as to User is Valhalla Investments Pty Ltd no longer exists, or is not the registered proprietor of the land comprised in the plan of subdivision, then the person or persons for the time being the registered proprietor of land in the plan of subdivisions within 50 metres of the lot burdened shall be empowered to release or vary the restriction.


Contact Us

With unique sweeping views and only a few minutes from all the conveniences of Maitland and the Hunter Valley these lots will not last long.

For more information on one of these prestigious spaces or to speak to one of our exclusive sales agents contact Peters Real Estate now.

Phone: 4933 7855
Drop in: 475-477 High Street, Maitland