Brand new homes to complement modern lifestyles in booming Blacktown
As new research reveals Blacktown is booming, Frasers Property Australia which is one of Australia’s leading diversified property groups, has unveiled its latest collection of larger and premium freestanding homes, townhomes and terraces at its Blacktown community, Fairwater.
Located near the entry park and feature lake at Fairwater, the latest release of 29 homes is called The Pinnacle Collection and includes two, three, and four bedroom brand new detached and freestanding homes, townhomes and terraces. The range of homes available in The Pinnacle Collection is $668,000 – $960,000.
The broad range of homes and larger block sizes on offer, reflects the variety of purchasers attracted to Fairwater – including first home buyers, young families and also extended families.
The collection is designed for holistic living, where the outside is given as much consideration as the inside, enabling residents to enjoy a brand new home and lifestyle in one of Fairwater’s idyllic environments.
The release comes as Your Investment Property magazine reports the Blacktown market achieved annual capital growth of 7.47 per cent over the past 12 months, suggesting that brand new premium quality homes in this picturesque environment represent strong value for money. The ‘off the plan’ purchasers of The Pinnacle Collection are expected to be moving into their new homes in late 2017.
Fairwater, a family oriented masterplanned community, has been designed to take advantage of all the popular and growing area has to offer, with homes to suit every person and every family, and an emphasis on sustainability and the inclusion of usable and attractive open spaces.
Nigel Edgar, NSW General Manager – Residential, Frasers Property Australia, says that sustainability is an important part of creating long term value for its customers and its communities.
“At Fairwater, we’ve integrated all the modern lifestyle elements that Australians desire in their home and community. Where people once aspired to the standard brick home, today buyers demand an innovative home design and access to open spaces as a priority for their modern lifestyles. We’ve captured this balance in this latest home release,” Mr. Edgar said.
Fairwater has achieved a coveted 6 Star Green Star Community rating from the Green Building Council of Australia. Only a handful of developments have achieved this rating in Australia, but with a clean environment increasingly important to buyers, it’s a key priority for Frasers Property.
While sustainability has been a priority for the creation of the physical environment at Fairwater, Frasers Property has introduced a number of initiatives to support the social sustainability of the new community too.
To foster the positive growth of the community at Fairwater, a Community Development Officer has been appointed to support residents as they establish firm roots and friendships in their new home.
Strategies developed by the Community Development Officer will foster the community’s growth and engagement. For example, a fitness program – Live Life Get Active – is already thriving, encouraging locals to catch up on a daily basis.
Championed by former Olympian Jane Flemming, Life Live Get Active is a free fitness camp held every week day at 9:30am at Fairwater Park, located next to the sales office on Fairwater Boulevard. To register for the camp just visit www.livelifegetactive.com.
Earlier this year, Fairwater won the Weapons of Mass Creation 2016 award from the Green Cities Council for its large scale geothermal heating and cooling technology. The innovation-based competition rewards sustainable ideas, techniques, technologies and design.
The geothermal heating and cooling technology at Fairwater delivers sustainable, reliable and clean power with the potential to reduce the community’s dependence on fossil fuels, while reducing household energy costs for residents. At the time of its integration, Fairwater was the largest residential development in the Southern Hemisphere to feature geothermal technology.
Additionally, cutting edge environmental technology is used to treat and manage stormwater and clean and rejuvenate Fairwater’s water courses.
When complete, the 38.5 hectare Fairwater community will comprise approximately 900 homes, all of which will open to a picturesque outdoor environment that incorporates landscaped parks, lakes and ponds. There’s also boardwalks, a learn-to-ride bike track, play areas for growing families created from natural materials and a series of pramways and walkways. A water play area has been designed specifically for toddlers.
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 more information.
It’s more than just a home: Ritesh Mahajan
Living in an apartment in Westmead with his wife and five year old child was always a squeeze for Ritesh Mahajan. However the arrival of a new baby meant a larger home was needed, and without delay.
Ritesh and his wife heard about Fairwater as a result of Frasers Property Australia’s marketing campaign for the brand new masterplanned community. Having initially concentrated their search for a new home in the same area, they decided to look a little further and investigate Fairwater more closely. They checked out the website and liked what they saw. A closer look was definitely worthwhile. As it turned out, that first look was also the last. Having moved into the new community in recent weeks, Ritesh and his new family are already seeing the benefits of the area.
“We moved in last weekend and already we’ve met our neighbours who are really lovely. The community is coming together and we’re excited to be a part of it,” Ritesh said.
It was immediately apparent that Fairwater is where Ritesh and his family would settle in to their new dream family home with the flexibility to expand.
With two kids, the expansive outdoor areas, learn to ride bike track and water features attracted Ritesh’s immediate attention.
“Fairwater represented more than just a home for us, it’s a community in the truest sense, and the blend of indoor-outdoor living with transport options aplenty set among a pristine natural environment met all my families’ criteria,” Ritesh said.
So too did the connectivity. With Blacktown train station directly accessible, Ritesh is able to travel to the city for work with ease. Shopping centres and other services are all within easy reach. The convenience of Fairwater made the decision for Ritesh and his family straightforward.
Then there was the affordability aspect. Ritesh – perhaps justifiably – considered a brand new, high quality, beautifully finished, architecturally designed four bedroom home a pipedream. Until he investigated Fairwater, that is.
Now that Ritesh and his family have moved into their new home, they’re looking forward to exploring and enjoying their community.