About 15 land lots of Legana's newest subdivision have already sold, which has been labelled a "fantastic start" the developers say.
Vos Construction's special project manager David Gray said selling that amount was a great start to the future of the Montague Park subdivision.
Last month, West Tamar mayor Christina Holmdahl opened the first stage of the estate.
More than 31 lots are available, with the construction company set to move onto stage two of the 91 lots soon.
"We're just finishing off the park which is the end of the first stage, and then we'll be into the second stage of another 30. We have approval for 91 so far," Mr Gray said.
"From a cost point of view you don't want to outlay too much money, to do say 90, and then only sell 10 a year. It's about trying to stagger the output of demand with the stagger of sales."
Researching before starting the plan showed people want land lots larger than the standard 600 square-metre.
Montague Park's land lots start at more than 700sqm.
"We've gone with the larger lots and obviously that is proving to be popular with the sales," Mr Gray said.
Roberts Real Estate property representative Kristy Cruse was somewhat surprised by the quick sales.
"It's better than what we thought. Builders bought some, obviously. But with land we thought it might be a little bit slower than what it's been," she said.
"There are other subdivisions in the area but everyone that comes here has commented on the views and how it's completely different and stands out from the rest of the subdivisions around."
There is still plenty of interest in the lots not yet sold, giving the developers more confidence moving forward.
Conversations are happening now to allow the construction of a further 200 lots.
"We need some more approvals to go past the 91 and that is to do with TasWater infrastructure," Mr Gray said.
"We're starting that conversation now, but it might take time to work through that and that's why we need to start now and not waiting another two-to-three years."
The subdivision also pays tribute to the land's former use as an orchard.
"We've thought about the street names carefully, and because it was on an orchard, we'd like to honour some of the West Tamar families that have had orchards over the years," Mr Gray said.
"We want to add some more orchardist's names to the future roads as we come to them.
"We had some of the family representatives here last month when the mayor opened and they're delighted to be remembered that way."