Being green easy for Sydney development

Being green easy for Sydney development

A new inner west development has greenery on its mind and will provide residents with an urban escape.

The Secret Garden development in Erskineville is located at 19-21 Eve Street and will consist of two low-level buildings with 15 apartments across them.

“We believe our vision for a small, sustainable development with a community feel better reflects the charm and village character of Erskineville than a multi-storey, multi-unit complex,” said Patrick Boutros, who heads up the family-owned Frontier Property Development Group.

The development will offer studio apartments as well as one-, two- and three-bedroom options. The two- and three-bedroom apartments will be across two levels and will come with two car spaces; the one-bedroom apartments come with one space.

Prices for the apartments will start at $540,000 for a studio and all designs are fully customisable.

The terraces have their own individual entrances, private courtyard gardens, practical outdoor areas and security parking for two cars.

“In such a high density suburb the landscaping is something unexpected and will create an ever-changing daily experience. We've selected trees and plantings to provide richness in texture, colour and seasonal variation, while summer foliage will provide cool, shaded retreats, with strategically-positioned seating to encourage social interaction,” said Mr Boutros.

“It will be the perfect place for residents to unwind, to read a book, or to soak in the zen-like peace and privacy,” he said.

A display centre for The Secret Garden has been established at Ray White Erskineville, which is open daily.

Being green easy for Sydney development
accountantsdaily logo

Something exciting is coming soon