Botany development Tailor's Walk draws good response

Botany development Tailor's Walk draws good response
Botany development Tailor's Walk draws good response

A new masterplanned community in Botany, Tailor’s Walk, which was launched in December, has drawn good response showing robust demand for terrace homes.

Developed by Frasers Property Australia, 48 of the 173 properties offered in the first release were snapped up quickly, with seven of the initial 18 terrace homes offered sold at prices ranging from $1,600,000 to $1,660,000.

Prices at Tailor’s Walk start at $600,000 for the one-bedroom apartments, $790,000 for the two-bedroom apartments, $1,065,000 for the three-bedroom apartments, and $1,600,000 for the four-bedroom terrace homes.

The terraces within this release all span three levels, in four-bedroom configurations, and all have open-plan layouts.

“Each terrace home has been designed to maximise space and capture natural light via the two storey light well. This was definitely a strong selling point among the many interested buyers,” said Dino Carulli, sales and marketing director, Frasers Property Australia.

Designed by GroupGSA, the terrace homes include storage and basement parking, two bathrooms plus powder room, a second living area with double height ceilings, range in size from 232 – 237sqm and have direct access to private landscaped gardens.

Tags: 
New Developments Residential Markets

Comments

Be the first one to comment on this article
What would you like to say about this project?