Sanctuary, the highly-anticipated neighbourhood in Wentworth Point, places family and the environment first.
It’s set to be one of Sekisui House’s most celebrated Australian residential developments and now, with the first stage release – called Landing – potential buyers can get a foot in the door.
Comprising a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, Landing has been designed to complement the precinct’s lush surrounds. Here, residents enjoy views over the Parramatta River and surrounding gorgeous green canopies of the precinct’s parklands. To the west, the Blue Mountains stand majestically against the sky and watch as the sun sets over Sydney’s CBD in the east.
Responding to the context of the landscape, each building is connected by landscaped courtyards and public open spaces. The terracotta-style façades also feature elements of natural timbers and stone, while a palette of greens and earthy clays range in texture and form to remain consistent with the surrounding nature.
At Landing, there is also an emphasis on connecting neighbours with one another. As part of Sanctuary, Landing residents have access to a range of amenities spread throughout the precinct.
By centralising a range of active and passive spaces, Sanctuary remains a vibrant and energised masterplan with facilities which can be utilised 24/7. Relax and rejuvenate in the indoor pools or sauna and spa, or maintain an active lifestyle in the gym and exercise spaces. Alternately, invite friends to view the latest releases in the movie room, or host friends and family in one of the community rooms.
Thoughtfully placed in the centre of Sanctuary, the Neighbourhood Green features a range of areas perfect for hosting and enjoying both public and private events and classes. Visitors and residents alike can reserve these spaces for picnics, yoga and tai chi classes, festivals and performances, or parent groups and meet-ups.
Other shared amenities include a Puppy Park, the Sharing Shed where there are tools and equipment and the Global Gardens — the development’s own vegetable patch.
Sanctuary residents working in the city have access to public transport options with an ability to be in the CBD in a little over half an hour by ferry, bus or train.