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The Western Sydney suburb of Westmead has plenty to offer its local community. With over $5.8 billion of investment over the next decade, it is set to become Australia’s fastest growing economy. Which is why a Highline apartment might just be the best investment you’ll ever make.
By 2036, there will be 50,000 specialised workers in the suburb, as well as 20,000 residents and 10,000 tertiary students enrolled in the Western Sydney campus.
On top of this, Westmead has seen the strongest apartment price growth in the last three years, greater than that of Sydney or Parramatta. With a lower rental vacancy rate and with Highline in prime position to benefit from the infrastructure boom, there is excellent potential for capital gain. The project has already attracted substantial interest from investors looking to secure a quality piece of real estate in Sydney’s most happening suburb.
Deicorp has brought Highline to the market, nestled in the heart of this booming suburb. These apartments deliver an indulgent lifestyle that your inner-city friends will envy forever. Think BBQ cabanas, swimming pool, rooftop garden, beautiful landscaping, CBD views and the train right at your door.
Inspired by The High Line, New York’s urban masterpiece, these residences are unlike anything Western Sydney has ever seen. Highline sits at the heart of the $1 billion expansion plans for local universities, an upcoming $900 million hospital redevelopment and the start of the new Parramatta light rail.
A key design factor inspiring awe among all soon-to-be residents is the sun-filled balcony that each home will benefit from. Not only will it allow gorgeous sunlight to flood the interiors, it is the perfect setting for soaking up views of the project’s beautiful landscaping, a canopy of trees rising in its surrounds and dazzling Sydney CBD skyline views.
The apartment layouts are designed with thoughtful consideration to afford residents the easiest way of life possible. From carefully-composed complementary colours to expertly-selected high-quality materials, the interior design is second to none. Designer finishes throughout include engineered timber floors in the living room and extend to the kitchen where Smeg appliances are fitted for the very best culinary experience.
Beyond the indulgent comforts of the apartments, there is a vast array of amenities that will make it difficult for residents to find a reason to leave the development. The stunning swimming pool is perfect for a refreshing dip in the heat of summer and luxury sunbeds will like those found in a 5-star resort. The private rooftop lounge or BBQ pavilion provide the perfect settings for hosting friends and family.
At street level, residents will benefit from the nearby Eat Street, proposed along Hawkesbury Road as well as a world of shopping and dining possibilities. Head to Westfield or Westmead Shopping Village to indulge in some retail therapy or make your way to Church Street to tantalise your taste buds.
For nature-lovers, park-runners and cyclists, Parramatta Park, listed as a World Heritage Site, is also right around the corner. With the brand new Sydney Western Metro at the doorstep, the Sydney CBD will be only 20 minutes away – close enough for easy commuting any time the city calls. Being at the start of the new light rail, taking public transport will be quick and simple too – the vibrant suburb of Parramatta will be one stop away.
Only a handful of one bedroom residents are left, from $610,000 to $699,000, and with a minimum of 54 sqm of internal space. Ranging from $778,000 to $870,000, there is also a limited selection of two bedroom configuration available, ranging between 76-78 sqm.
If investing is your plan, the burgeoning Westmead has a genuine opportunity on the table with Highline apartments. Find out more HERE
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