There’s been a real bright side to Sunshine in recent years.
Both sides of politics recently committing to make the suburb’s train station the nexus of an airport rail link will be a further nod to locals — and the dozen or so people who have already bought at the suburb’s Verse townhouses development.
Set a short walk from the station and local shops, the 38-townhouse project on McCracken St has been designed in keeping with Sunshine’s growing
Marshall White’s Leonard Teplin said residents could also leave the car at home.
“The location brings it all out, it’s so close to the leisure centre and the market and the train station,” Mr Teplin said.
News of its connection to the airport is a further boon for prospective buyers.
“It’s a great endorsement on the location, and something that will only increase values,” Mr Teplin said.
Two-, three- and four-bedroom floorplans are on offer at the Paragon Development Group project. They will feature Miele appliances, marble finishes and wool carpets, and be designed by Chamberlain Architects. Island benchtops in the kitchen as well as feature lighting add to the appeal.
“The architects at Chamberlain have done quite a few new homes in the Bayside area and have brought that cachet to Sunshine,” Mr Teplin said.
“They are really trying to lift the standard.”
The 12 buyers so far have been mostly families. “It was all done with young families in mind, wanting to create a backyard and landscaping that gives kids space to play and parents to entertain,” Mr Teplin said.
Courtyard gardens at the front of each apartment provide greenery to the monochrome backdrop of the timber-clad and rendered facades. Mature trees will also be retained, continuing a connection with the past.
Two-bedroom apartments are priced from $599,000-$615,000, three-bedroom designs are $755,000-$775,000 and four-bedroom layouts are $815,000-$821,000.
For more information call Ranko on 0451 153 833, or see versesunshine.com.au