Greenhills Park by Wolf International Group is in a well established residential street.
CONTEMPORARY townhouses set against the backdrop of lush parkland in Thomastown are being snapped up at a rapid rate.
In just two weeks 55 per cent of the 23 townhouses released in the first stage of Greenhills Park have sold, with many of the buyers coming from the local area.
“The buyer profile has been first-home buyers who have been attracted to the price point and being able to secure a new build in a very well established residential street,” CBRE director Henry Burbury said.
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Modern style on show.
A neutral colour palette on display.
“In fact, three of the sales have been to people who live in the street.
“They’re children who want to stay near their parents but not live with them.
“They have saved their deposit and while they want to stay in the local community they can’t afford a house so it’s been fantastic to have a quality townhouse offering at a good price point.”
When complete Greenhills Park, at 182 Greenhills Rd, Thomastown, will feature 56 two and three-bedroom townhouses set among meandering pathways and landscaped precincts as well as being flanked by parkland that cannot be built on.
“What makes this development unique is that it is in an established residential street on a piece of land that is located between two sections of parkland that have been privately held for some time,” Mr Burbury said.
“Unlike house and land packages where you’re building in a new area, often without infrastructure already in place, this is in a well established neighbourhood.”
The Darebin Creek Trail snakes along the rear of the development, offering 26km of walking and cycling paths between Epping and Ivanhoe, while La Trobe and RMIT universities have campuses in neighbouring Bundoora.
Norris Bank Primary School, Parade College and Bundoora Secondary College are all nearby, as are major shopping centres.
Developed by Wolf International Group, designed by Point Architects and with interiors from Kristy Lawrence of Lawrence Creative, the townhouses will feature crisp, clean, streamlined facades, open-plan, light-filled interiors and high-end finishes including Caesarstone benchtops, timber floors and Bosch stainless steel appliances.
Indoor living flows outdoors with ease.
The interiors are spacious.
The two-bedroom townhouses are priced from $595,000 to $645,000 and the three-bedroom homes are priced from $710,000 to $770,000.
Each dwelling has its own front door entry and driveway to a lockup garage, while smart, concealed storage has been integrated throughout the townhouses.
Civil works will start in November 2018 with completion due in early 2020.
The display suite at 214 Greenhills Rd, Bundoora, is open Saturday and Sunday 11am to 2pm.
For more details phone Henry Burbury on 0407 686 788 or visit greenhillspark.com.au