You won’t find any Federation style homes or aluminium fencing in the exclusive Bella Vista Waters estate which is about to sellout with only two home sites left for sale.
IT is one of the most exclusive addresses in Sydney’s Hills district and now buyers will have their last chance to purchase vacant land in the Bella Waters Estate.
Just two blocks remain unsold in the prestigious 750-lot subdivision which has a strict set of building covenants to ensure the high-end estate retains its value.
The project by Mulpha Norwest prohibits aluminium fencing and any designs that are sympathetic to a historical period such as Georgian, Victorian, Italianate and Federation reproductive style.
Instead homes must be contemporary and architecturally designed while buildings height, proportion, roof, windows, doors and garage must `look asetheticaly appealing from all angles’.
Executive General Manager Tim Spencer said buyers are normally focused on lot sizes and location they don’t always consider long term street appeal.
“We know that our customers invest a lot of money in their homes. For most homebuyers, it is their biggest investment,” he said.
“We help to maintain and grow the value of this investment by delivering high quality infrastructure around it.
One of the blocks, which is 734 sqm and located in Cherlemont Terrace, is listed for sale at $1.36m. The other 703 sqm is located in Brighton Drive and priced at $1.535m.
Recent house sales in Bella Vista Waters include 30 Bridgeview Circuit — an opulent home featuring a master bedroom with double storey wardrobe — which just created a new suburb record when it sold for $3.45m through Merc Real Estate.
Another home at 19 Stonybrook Terrace, a five bedroom home, recently sold for $2.721m through Belle Property Castle Hill.
Bella Vista Waters — which is part of the suburb of Bella Vista — was launched onto the market in 2002. In addition to its pretty streetscapes, there is also security patrols through the blue ribbon neighbourhood.
“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,” Mr Spencer said.
The last two blocks are located within walking distance to the lakeside restaurants and cafes, shopping, banking, childcare, medical and recreational facilities at Norwest.
They also have easy access to the new Bella Vista train station set to open next year.
Originally published as Last chance at Bella Vista Waters
Source: Hill Shire Times