Sydney’s Crimson Hill development to launch Canopy Release next month

Sydney’s Crimson Hill development to launch Canopy Release next month
Sydney’s Crimson Hill development to launch Canopy Release next month

Next month will see the release of seventy new apartments in the Crimson Hill master planned community development, located 15 kilometres from the Sydney CBD in Lindfield.

The Canopy Release, launching 17 May, will offer one, two and three bedroom apartments in the development’s Dunstan Grove precinct.

So named for its canopy views over the Lane Cove National Park, prices of apartments in the Canopy release will start from $575,000.

The Dunstan Grove precinct of Crimson Hill, to be sold over a number of stages, will comprise a total of 14 one bedroom apartments, 50 two bedroom apartments, and 65 three bedroom apartments. The Defence Housing Australia developed residences are being marketed towards owner occupiers, with no obligation for owners to lease the properties back to Defence Force members.

Sydney’s Crimson Hill development to launch Canopy Release next month

Each precinct in the development is named after a war hero, with Dunstan Grove taking its name from Victoria Cross recipient William Dunstan, who fought in World War I.

Surrounded by Lane Cove National Park on Sydney’s North Shore, Crimson Hill will comprise 345 residences upon completion, with a mix of apartments, terraces and free standing homes available.

The 700 expected residents will have access to a large community centre and a FIFA two-star accredited synthetic soccer field, both operated by the Ku-ring-gai council. The new Charles Bean Sportsfield was developed by DHA with the Ku-Ring-Gai council and the Northern Suburbs Football Association and opened in December last year. According to DHA managing director Peter Howman, the precinct’s existing fields presented an opportunity to enhance facilities for the community.

“The fields have long been a well-patronised part of this area. We’re excited that as part of the new development, we’ve been able to improve something that has such a clear community benefit,” he said.

Duncan Tweed, chief executive of the Northern Suburbs Football Association said that the field’s synthetic pitch allows play to continue despite wet weather.

“We’ve been waiting for a field like this for a long time. It is fantastic – the best surface we have in our association,” he said.

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