Mulpha Norwest has released the last 9 home sites for sale in prestige Bella Vista Waters, with only two remaining, marking the end of an era for this highly acclaimed estate.
Since development first commenced in 2002, Bella Vista Waters has become firmly established at the premium end of the Hills District residential market.
In just 16 years, a beautiful thriving community has emerged from what was once undeveloped pasture in Sydney’s lush Hills District to become a destination recognised not just for its magnificent homes, but also for the quality of life and level of convenience enjoyed by its residents.
Smart initial planning, ongoing high standards and the evolution of a true sense of neighbourhood pride has resulted in a stunning and unique selection of prestige architect designed homes located within 46 hectares of walkways, parkland, waterways and recreational space.
Mulpha Norwest’s ongoing involvement and commitment to the community has ensured the value of homes in Bella Vista Waters is maintained, particularly through its design guidelines and through the provision and maintenance of expansive landscaped gardens, recreational areas and pathways.
“When buyers are looking to purchase land, they are normally so focused on lot sizes and general location that they don’t take the time to consider streetscapes and landscaping and long term street appeal,” Tim Spencer said.
“We know that our customers invest a lot of money in their homes. For most homebuyers, it is their biggest investment,” Tim said. “We help to maintain and grow the value of this investment by delivering high quality infrastructure around it.
“People looking to buy into this estate know immediately that they will be surrounded by luxury homes of a standard that reflects Bella Vista Waters’ premium positioning in the marketplace.”
Mulpha has a track record of success in building sustainable communities. Its team of people work together and design and integrate the latest thinking into innovative new residential and lifestyle estates/precincts that combine liveability, walkability, diversity and communities of the future.
The five remaining lots are close to walkways which allow residents to walk to a variety of parks, lakeside restaurants and cafes, shopping, banking, childcare, medical and recreational facilities at Norwest.
The new Bella Vista railway station, to arrive in 2019, is situated close by, connecting Bella Vista to the city and beyond.
A new prestige land release in Norwest will be announced shortly. To find out more, contact Alan Sullivan on 1300 090 388.
For further information contact Sarah Peattie, Peattie Public Relations on (02) 9357 7775.