Sekisui House Australia releases Stage 3 in waterside masterplan community, Sanctuary

Market Insights
6 months ago
3 minutes

Sekisui House Australia’s masterplanned development Sanctuary is taking shape with the release of Stage 3, Willow. This latest phase in the community’s growth stands out as the most secluded release, marking a significant step in the journey of this sought-after community.

Willow comprises three impressive new buildings, collectively offering 323 beautifully designed luxury apartments in Sydney. A truly unique offering, this release presents versatile one to three-bedroom layouts, two unique colour schemes, and the opportunity to personalise living spaces to ensure your dream home is realised.

These homes cater to many lifestyles, from investors and owner-occupiers looking for downsizing or second dwellings to first-home buyers.

Come home to light-filled interiors with luxury fixtures and finishes at Willow. Click here to learn more.

“Owner-occupiers now make up almost 70% of our sales, compared to 10 to 30% from 10 years ago,” says Paul Wainwright, Senior Sales and Operations Manager, Apartment and Mixed-Use Developments at Sekisui House Australia.

This change is a testament to Willow’s enduring local charm. Almost half of purchasers hail from Wentworth Point and surrounding neighbourhoods – while the community has also attracted urban dwellers from Sydney CBD, Northern Sydney, and Western Sydney.

Nestled within the heart of Wentworth Point, Willow’s homes are thoughtfully designed to seamlessly blend with nature. With a coveted waterside position, residents can come home to views of Parramatta River and the proposed Foreshore Park.

Catch some sun at Willow’s resident-only lagoon pool. Click here to learn more.

Willow’s exceptional design, crafted by the renowned architecture and design studio TURNER, is paired with luxury resort-style amenities, where residents can enjoy a lagoon pool, beautifully landscaped podium gardens, and easy access to the Revive Health Club, which features an exclusive health club for residents, complete with an indoor pool, a commercial-sized gymnasium featuring state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment, alfresco BBQ areas, green community spaces, cabanas, relaxation zones, and resting areas.

“Sanctuary provides extensive public open space and a range of facilities, which is a major drawcard,” Paul continued.

The development appeal extends beyond its aesthetic charm. Residents can conveniently access key city destinations like Barangaroo and Circular Quay. Moreover, Willow’s masterplan is seamlessly integrated with the approved Future Parramatta Light Rail system, enhancing residents’ connectivity by connecting the Parramatta CBD to Ermington, Melrose Park, Wentworth Point, and Sydney Olympic Park, also connecting to Sydney Metro West, the heavy rail in Parramatta and Sydney Olympic Park, and ferry services at Rydalmere and Sydney Olympic Park.

This underscores how Willow masterfully combines the tranquillity of nature with the modern conveniences of city living, offering residents an exceptional lifestyle.

Stunning river views at Willow backdrop your home. Click here to learn more.

Catering to the sustainability-conscious, Willow is committed to eco-friendly living with an array of sustainable features such as WELS rating fixtures and appliances and rainwater harvesting for toilet flushing, wash-down areas, and irrigation. Electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities are also readily available, even in individual car spaces. Energy-efficient elements like insulation, double glazing, and solar rooftops enrich the development’s eco-conscious design.

Green urban landscaping mitigates urban heat effects, while rainwater storage further supports water conservation. These sustainable initiatives define Willow as an environmentally responsible and forward-thinking community, providing modern, comfortable, and eco-friendly luxury apartments in Sydney.

The appeal is further enhanced by the accessible pricing range, offering one and two-bedroom apartments ranging from $695,000 to $1,380,000.

“Now more than ever, discerning buyers are seeing the appeal of living at one of Sydney’s last and largest absolute north-facing riverfront communities,” Paul said.

“Sanctuary is the final piece of the jigsaw in the reimagining of the Parramatta River at Sydney’s heart.”

Click here for more information or to enquire about Willow - Sanctuary by Sekisui House Australia.