Opportunity for investors in tightly held suburb



Skyline Merrylands

One of Sydney’s most tightly held suburbs has a new 49-apartment development in the pipeline, with investors being encouraged to get in early.

The Skyline development in Merrylands will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, starting from $449,000.

Investors can register their interest now, ahead of the public launch on 24 September. For exchanges in September and October, the developer is offering investors a package that includes blinds and a first tenant guarantee.

One-bedroom apartments (between 50 and 51 square metres) range from $449,000 to $539,000, with two-bedrooms ranging from $529,000 to $659,000, offering a floor space of between 70 and 102 square metres. The three-bedroom option, at 106 square metres, ranges from $730,000 to $775,000.

A joint project between Bradfield Building Group and Saunders Global, the development will offer “an affordable entry to a location close to the vibrant Parramatta CBD”, said Property Source, the agency behind the sale.

“The private cul-de-sac address is a stroll to every essential you need, including fabulous restaurants, city trains, Stockland Mall, public gardens, schools and buses. A recently released study has confirmed that Merrylands is one of the tightest-held suburbs in Sydney, making these apartments an exciting opportunity for you,” Property Source said.

The development’s eight key highlights, according to Property Source, are:

  • City skyline views from many apartments
  • Flowing, light-filled interiors with air-conditioning
  • Spacious bedrooms, en suites and storage
  • Small security complex with easy parking
  • Landscaped gardens and common BBQ area
  • Quiet cul-de-sac near Merrylands CBD
  • Stroll to trains for the city and Parramatta CBD
  • Easy access to schools and local amenities

 

  

Opportunity for investors in tightly held suburb
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