Boasting an enviable postcode, Koyo, a boutique collection of only 27 one, two and three-bedroom apartments designed by world-renowned Koichi Takada, sits at the heart of the rapidly growing North Shore skyline. Although small in size, the suburb has a commanding presence thanks to its harmonious blend of village-style living and bustling commercial hub.
Backed by Abadeen Group’s extensive experience in Sydney’s Lower North Shore, Koyo has been crafted to offer the ultimate lifestyle upgrade with a location that has been rated one of the most liveable neighbourhoods year after year.
An ultra-connected suburb
The nearby Crows Nest village is ideally located at the epicentre of the area’s well-established transport network. So whether you choose to travel by public transport or private car, the suburb easily connects to neighbouring hubs, including Cammeray, North Sydney, Neutral Bay and of course, the vibrant Sydney CBD.
In addition to the ease of access to the Pacific Highway and Warringah Freeway, the new Metro Crows Nest train station sits only 950m from Koyo - bringing the neighbouring amenities even closer.
Neutral Bay, Blues Point and Manly are easily accessible by bus, while Barangaroo is only a five-minute train ride away - making the daily commute to and from the office as effortless as it gets. Crows Nest train station will also be the first stop for metro services leaving Chatswood and out towards the city.
An irresistible village charm
Despite being only 5km from Sydney CBD, Koyo is surrounded by lush, leafy surrounds dotted with countless urban amenities. The immediate neighbourhood is home to a rapidly expanding retail district and boasts a cafe and dining scene that has become the pride of locals. Willoughby Road cuts through the village with its picturesque alfresco dining setting, intimate green spaces and monthly pop-up markets that bring the community together.
Within this welcoming village atmosphere, you will find a multitude of delectable restaurants, cafes, artisan providores and wine bars, including Luho, Johnny Bird and Garfish. Koyo is also equidistant from Cammeray Village and the North Sydney business hub - offering even more amenities mere moments from home.
Crows Nest has a distinct sense of community and is home to many young families. The leafy streets and manicured gardens make for the perfect evening stroll before coming home to Koyo. The nearby Neutral Bay is a thriving hub filled with an abundance of cafes and eateries backdropped by historic cottages and waterside mansions along the beautiful Sydney Harbour.
An inspiring place to grow
The area is also home to some of the state’s most prestigious schools. Families at Koyo will have access to the best education facilities, including the renowned North Sydney Boys High and North Sydney Girls High. Private school offerings include Redlands Grammar School, Shore Grammar School, Cameragal Montessori Primary and Wenona School.
Over the past few years, Crows Nest has been quietly carving out a name for itself and piquing the interest of buyers looking for an uncompromised lifestyle. Abadeen Group’s Koyo is ideally positioned to put every daily essential - and indulgence - right at your doorstep. For more information on Koyo or this highly sought-after property hotspot, click here.