New Fairwater release puts the focus on space: Final chance to secure a new home at Fairwater in 2016

New Fairwater release puts the focus on space: Final chance to secure a new home at Fairwater in 2016

As 2016 draws to a close Frasers Property Australia has announced the final release for the year at Fairwater, with 28 new homes including the community’s first three storey residences to grace the market.

The Boardwalk Collection features a range of two, three, four and five bedroom homes with the new addition of spacious three storey homes also now available.

The new three storey homes are suitably named The Manhattan, The Soho and The Paddington, with their individual designs and characteristics reflecting the homes typically found in their namesake locations.

The Boardwalk Collection’s town homes and terraces range between $573,000 to $1,053,000.

Nigel Edgar, NSW General Manager – Residential, Frasers Property Australia, says the decision to include three storey homes in the latest release is a direct response to demand from families at Fairwater.

“Perhaps the most common feedback we get from families at Fairwater is how welcome it is to have extra space, both in their homes and the surrounding parks. With three storeys, there’s plenty of room for the kids while parents have enough space to enjoy their own peace and quiet,”Mr Edgar says.

“There are quite a few extended families among the new residents at Fairwater and demand from larger families continues to be strong. The latest homes are an ideal solution.”

Edgar, further says “the space and amenity at Fairwater is a key demand driver for the award winning masterplanned community”.

“Fairwater has been designed with an environmental and sustainable focus, with large amounts of green space complementing elements like the bike track and main lake at the entrance. Different parks are dotted through the community, providing pockets of trees and giving the homes a tranquil outlook,” he adds.

Situated near the entrance of Fairwater, several of the three storey homes in the Boardwalk Collection are located along the lake, offering water views and private access to the boardwalk.

Special features exclusive to the Boardwalk Collection include additional balconies and mid-level living spaces to take advantage of the view across the water.

The Boardwalk Collection is the last release of homes at Fairwater in 2016.

The Fairwater Display Village and Sales Centre is open seven days a week between 11am to 4pm. Visit www.fairwaterliving.com.au or call 13 38 38 for further information.

New Fairwater resident Laxmi Joshi shares his experience…

For Laxmi Joshi and his young family, the recent move to Frasers Property Australia’s Fairwater community in Blacktown has been extremely easy and instantly rewarding. The abundance of space was perhaps the strongest drawcard for the family, and they’re already making the most of it.

“My family moved into the community at the beginning of October and we are already taking advantage of the lifestyle options that Fairwater has to offer,” Laxmi says.

“We love the outdoor environment available to us at Fairwater. There are a lot of green spaces and we often go cycling along the tracks as a family.”

Laxmi, his wife and two children have moved into a four bedroom duplex with three bathrooms.

With Laxmi’s parents from Nepal currently staying with the family, the importance of space has been reinforced.

“As well as having two young children, it is important for us to have a home with room to grow and enough space for my parents to live with us too,” Laxmi says.

Since immigrating from Nepal over a decade ago, the Joshis decided to make the move from Granville to Fairwater because of the community’s excellent reputation. Word of mouth played a key role.

“We had heard some very positive stories about Fairwater from our network of friends. I know at least six other families who have moved here prior to us, and have celebrated their new home,” Laxmi says.

“All our neighbours are very friendly and welcoming. We all pop around for coffee at each other’s places.”

Fairwater also stood out to the family because it’s close to the railway station and local schools.

“Currently, I drive to work at Olympic Park. However, my wife works in Parramatta which is an easy trip from Blacktown train station. There is a regular service to Parramatta and she likes the exercise she’s getting with the easy walk to and from the station,” Laxmi says.

With the convenience of Blacktown CBD close by, Laxmi and his family are looking forward to getting to know their new neighbourhood more and enjoying their new lifestyle.

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