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Epping's makeover complete with Poly Horizon.

The Property Addict / Distinct Dwellings

Sep 19 2016

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Video via Poly Global. EDITORIAL: Maggie Kelly.   Green, green, green. The first thing you notice about Poly's new Epping development, 'Horizon', is the colour green. Majestic trees line the streets surrounding the development, and as you rise from floor to floor, a carpet of green opens up before you. Even though Horizon is just a 25 minute drive to the concrete sprawl of Sydney's CBD, the city couldn't feel further away. Horizon is located on the corner of 20-28 Cambridge and Chester Streets in Epping, NSW. Comprising three towers, two over 20 stories, Horizon will have 501 residential apartments when complete which start from studios, to three bedroom family units that all face in onto a mutual community square. [caption id="attachment_4008" align="alignnone" width="829"]Image via: Poly Global. Image via: Poly Australia.[/caption] The stunning views reach out to Sydney's iconic skyline, with all apartments past the second floor gazing out over the treetops to the city. Floor to ceiling windows welcome the views into your home, with the balconies accentuating the outdoor Sydney living we know and love. The ground floor retail area borders a vibrant community square that breathes with greenery and sophisticated design. One of Horizon's greatest advantages is its proximity to all major landmarks: you're just 300m from Epping train station, a short drive to Macquarie Shopping Centre, and right in the heart of the Epping Town Centre development currently underway. In fact, $2.5 million has been earmarked for the Epping area, with the Hornsby Council set to upgrade the sportsground at West Epping, and to develop guidelines for the public space around Epping Town Centre. In addition, you can look forward to the completion of the $8.3 billion Sydney Metro Northwest train link in 2019. All of this can be right on your doorstep.   [caption id="attachment_4010" align="alignnone" width="848"]Image via: Poly Global. Image via: Poly Australia.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_4009" align="alignnone" width="853"]Image via: Poly Global. Image via: Poly Australia.[/caption] Horizon is undoubtedly a family-friendly development. The Epping area is already one of Sydney's most school-oriented suburbs, with seven schools and education facilities including Epping Boys High, James Ruse High, Cheltenham Girls, Epping North Public School, Karonga School and Eastwood Heights Public School. All of these schools are within a 5km radius of Poly Horizon.

Further, Macquarie University and the University of Technology Sydney Ku-ring-gai as well as CBD located Universities are all easily accessed by train.

But the Epping Town Centre development will add another layer of family features, with the plans including a new primary school, library, town square, and multi-purpose community centre.

The new face of Epping will be all about the outdoor, healthy-living lifestyle, with new 1.8 hectare park, pedestrian and cycle links to Olympic Park, a new foreshore reserve along Haslams Creek, 4 new heritage conservation areas, an expanded Epping/Eastwood heritage conservation area and 17 new heritage items.

This hub of green, friendly living is set for completion in September 2018.  

For enquiries or to register for interest, please visit www.polyhorizon.com.au or contact CBRE Residential Projects on 1800 790 188.

   

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