Secluded amongst majestic trees and natural surrounds in the heart of Sydney’s Upper North Shore, an exclusive enclave of three and four bedroom, designer townhouse residences is now selling.
Due for completion in early 2017, layouts have been carefully considered to provide maximum internal space and effortless indoor/outdoor enjoyment hat busy lifestyles and discerning tastes will appreciate. Huge lounge and entertaining areas are made for sprawling and a choice of terrace and courtyard exteriors are intelligently placed, out of the view of neighbours. Sleek, state of the art finishes include travertine porcelain tiling, Miele appliances and caesarstone bench surfaces. Each home is architecturally crafted to feel like a private house, complete with its own street frontage and internal garage access.
A superb lifestyle address places The Terraces Turramurra just two minutes’ walk to CBD trains, Coles supermarket and a range of specialty stores. Townhouses are now selling off the plan, and one of these includes a wheelchair-friendly floor plan. Don’t delay in securing your preferred residence, as this unique development will be very popular with home buyers.
The population of Turramurra is around 11,083 and 82.1% of dwellings are freestanding homes. The current median price is $1,721,000 (Source: realestate.com.au).
Turramurra, an Aboriginal word meaning ‘high hill’, is located just 18km north west of the Sydney CBD. In 1822, Thomas Hyndes leased and subsequently purchased 2,000 acres north of Robert Pymble’s grant and Turramurra was part of this lease. The train station was built in 1890. Landmark 1896 ‘Ingleholme’ in Boomerang Street was designed by owner architect John Sulman. The suburb is home to doctors, lawyers, architects, IT and adverising executives. The main hopping precinct includes Coles and IGA supermarkets, fruiterers, banks, bakeries, butcher, patisseries, petrol station, local library and other small retail outlets.
There are local shops in Princess Street, while North and South Turramurra each have their own shopping plazas. Far enough from the city to live a quiet lifestyle, yet only 35 minutes by train for an easy commute. There’s so much to do from this great base – ennis, bushwalks, golf, enchanting waterways at Bobbin Head, charming cafes in Wahroonga and shopping in St Ives, Macquarieor Chatswood. Gorgeous leafy streetscapes and lovely homes and gardens are archetypal of this popular suburb. Turramurra is also a pivotal location for ease of access to prestigious and high quality schools such as Knox Grammar School, Abbotsleigh, Pymble Ladies College, Warrawee Public School and Kuring-gai Creative Arts High School.