103 Schofield Road, Rouse Hill, NSW, Australia
- From $645,000
- From $660,000
Group8 Member Benefits:
- $5,000 cash rebate for purchasers who exchange the contracts by 22nd August 2018
- Free depreciation schedule
- Free landlord insurance for the first 12 months
Highbury embodies the exciting new future of the North West, where life strikes a harmonious balance between peaceful relaxation and urban energy. Surrounded by expanses of green open space, this perfectly planned, design-conscious address reflects the stylish evolution of one of Sydney’s fastest growing regions. As part of Sydney’s North West Priority Growth Area, Rouse Hill is set to reap the benefits of the government’s multi-billion dollar infrastructure investment.
Luxury park-side living
Built around beautifully landscaped communal spaces, Highbury encompasses a series of contemporary low-rise buildings with a distinctly boutique feel and an appealing outlook. Its collection of one, two, two-plus-study and three-bedroom apartments creates the ideal environment for a broad range of lifestyles, from first home buyers and investors to families and downsizers. Offering an ideal trifecta of space, style, and value, it lies within the easy walking distance of the Rouse Hill Town Center and forthcoming Rouse Hill Metro Northwest station.
Private garden sanctuary
Indulge your love of outdoor living in one of Highbury's sublime courtyard apartments, framed by beautifully landscaped private gardens. Entertain guests, host barbecues on the terrace and soak up the sun in total seclusion. The thoughtful open-plan design of the apartments creates a seamless transition between the interior and alfresco spaces for easy indoor/outdoor living.
Beautifully planned spaces
Carefully considered, free-flowing layouts convey a sense of space. Efficiently designed kitchens create a welcoming focal point of the apartments, enhanced by stone benchtops, chrome hardware, glass splashbacks and quality stainless steel Fisher & Paykel appliances including a fridge and microwave. Fine wood-grained cabinetry adds texture and detail.
Where the grass is greener
Beautifully landscaped gardens meander throughout the development, featuring shady seating areas for restful contemplation. Next door, a new public park, and playground is the perfect environment for you and your family to relax, unwind and enjoy the surroundings. Many apartments capture views over the adjacent parkland, others overlook the grounds weaving between Highbury’s various buildings, creating a feeling of openness and separation from your neighbors. Transparent glass balconies ensure the outlook takes center stage.
A choice of two color palettes allows you to personalize your surroundings to suit your taste. The Sienna scheme is more neutral, with natural sandy tones for a classic contemporary feel. The Nordic scheme offers more contrast and drama, with cool greys playing off against pale shades of the oyster. Ducted air conditioning keeps your surroundings temperate all year round, while energy-efficient LED down-lights have a moody effect. Adding detail and visual interest to the exterior, ornate screens provide privacy and sun protection.
Bathrooms are generous, sleek and modern, with floor-to-ceiling tiles, contrasting floor tiles and frameless glass shower screens for a streamlined aesthetic. Under-lit mirrored cabinetry creates a luminous effect, enhanced by polished chrome tapware and accessories, a stone-topped vanity and tiled splashback niche. Laundries come equipped with Fisher & Paykel wall-mounted dryers.
Shop, dine and relax
The inner city’s food scene and cafe culture have migrated to the North West, where fashionable restaurants, espresso bars, and micro-breweries are regularly popping up. Head to the Rouse Hill Town Center for all of your retail needs, from supermarkets and specialty stores to fashion, well-being and Reading Cinemas. A planned upgrade for the Town Center will bring to life a vision for an even more vibrant, pedestrian-friendly community hub. Enjoy some time out by visiting beautiful Lakes Edge Park and playground and stroll or cycle along the lakeside pathway.
Just a 750m walk from Highbury, the new Sydney Metro Northwest railway will significantly enhance your sense of connection and convenience to major centers such as Epping, Chatswood and the city. Nearby, Norwest Business Park and Sydney Business Park provide important hubs of employment for the growing population. Local schools, tertiary institutions, and hospitals are highly regarded, with Norwest Private Hospital having undergone a vast expansion and a new half-billion dollar Rouse Hill public hospital given the go-ahead.
Convenience is key
- 15 trains per hour at peak times on the Rouse Hill Metro Northwest, opening in 2019.
- 119% increase in house prices in The Hills over the past decade.
- $300m planned upgrade to the Rouse Hill Town Center retail and dining precinct.
- 76% increase in the Hills’ forecast population over the next 20 years.
- 20,000 The number of jobs the new Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek is forecast to generate.
Sydney Metro Northwest
Rouse Hill and Cudgegong Road Stations are part of the $8.3 billion Sydney Metro Northwest high frequency railway line, set to commence operation in 2019, where a trip to the city will take less than one hour (including interchange).
- Air conditioning
- Built in wardrobes
- Internal Laundry
- Broadband internet access
- Secure Parking
- Balcony / Deck
- Garden / Courtyard