Waking up to a sunlit landscaped parkland, or to views overlooking a protected nature reserve, is generally a lifestyle enjoyed by a privileged few – until now.
In Everton Hills, the first collection of parkfront and reserve front homes have been released at The Hills Residences, providing a unique opportunity for home buyers to experience an unrivalled lifestyle.
Located on the corner of Francis and Bunya Roads, The Hills Residences presents a collection of elegant home designs distinguished by geometric facades, expertly-curated landscaping, and the warm welcome of open green spaces.
Sunland Group Managing Director, Sahba Abedian, said a third of the vibrant new community has been dedicated to open space, with a large central parkland and a 3,500sqm nature reserve located only a short stroll from every home.
“Following the sell-out success of our first home release at The Hills Residences, we have launched our much-anticipated Parkfront and Reserve Collections,” said Sahba.
“These homes enjoy both privacy and outlook, with their elevated hillside position ideal for capturing breezes and sunlight.”
Homes in this latest release feature a mix of three-bedroom and three-bedroom-plus-study floor plans, a multi-purpose room, two large bathrooms, guest powder room, and fully-landscaped private courtyard.
Homes also include a premium kitchen upgrade as standard, complete with reconstituted stone bench tops, mirrored splashback, and stainless-steel appliances including natural gas cooktop, electric oven, and dishwasher. Air-conditioning is provided to the main bedroom and downstairs open plan living area.
Sahba said local downsizers and first home buyers have been attracted to The Hills Residences due to its design quality and proximity to established amenity, including North West Hospital, Gallipoli Barracks, Grovely Train Station, and excellent neighbourhood retail, dining and schools.
He said Sunland’s award-winning approach to terrace home design has delivered a mix of three-bedroom and three-bedroom plus study home designs, complete with multi-purpose room, two bathrooms, guest powder room and generous living areas, ensuring diversity and affordability.
“Terrace homes are having an increasingly strong appeal to families, providing all the space and comfort of a home, close to amenities, without the same general upkeep or costs associated with a detached dwelling,” he said.
“The level of design detail within every home extends into the surrounding community, so that every aspect of living forms part of a larger, harmonious balance.”
Home construction is already well advanced, with the first settlements scheduled to occur by the end of the year.
Sunland Group is the acclaimed developer behind the world’s first fashion-branded hotel, Palazzo Versace, and the Q1 tower on the Gold Coast and has more thanthree decades’ experience delivering award-winning, design-driven communities along Australia’s eastern seaboard.
For more information, visit sunlandgroup.com.au/thehills or phone 1300 822 601.