Affordable living in Belgian Gardens captures buyer attention
LAUNCHED to the market last week, Belgian Garden’s new $10 million Garden Hills apartment complex has already captured the attention of interested buyers.
The development will feature 20 new, finely-finished apartments as well as a lower level health and lifestyle-centred commercial space.
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About Town agent Frank Fabris, who is marketing the development, said he expected at least one apartment to go under contract before the end of the week.
“The day the sign went up, we had a call within half an hour,” Mr Fabris said.
“I’m expecting a good percentage of owner-occupiers, and locals wanting to downsize.
“We’re expecting about 10 to sell off the plan.”
Garden Hills developer Ash Agaibey also said he expected the apartments to be in high-demand on the back of location and affordability.
“Through strategic purchasing and clever design and planning, we’re able to pass on savings to our buyers,” Mr Agaibey said.
“As a result, we’re offering apartments that will boast great lifestyle advantages and high-level finishing in an ideal location, all at a very attractive price.
“It’s for that reason we’re extremely confident they’ll be in high demand.”
The complex will include two levels of apartments, with 16 two-bedroom units including four upper-level executive apartments featuring large, private terraces, as well as one-bedroom and one-bedroom plus study floorplan options.
Priced from $314,000, residents will enjoy modern apartment living with secured, off-street parking and private access, accessibility via a ground-floor lift, as well as the convenience of the planned lower-level pharmacy, medical centre and allied health services.
It will be situated at 19-21 Bundock Street in Belgian Gardens within walking distance of The Strand, as well as Jezzine Barracks and Pallarenda