Oxford Central, Epping off the plan sales continue

Oxford Central, Epping off the plan sales continue
Oxford Central, Epping off the plan sales continue

Saturday saw the Greaton development group securing 40 sales valued at over $35 million within a two hour period for its Oxford Central Vista tower.

Sales ranged in price from $585,000 for a one bedroom to $1.6 million for a two bedroom.

Local buyers represented over 90 per cent of purchases coming from Epping, Carlingford, Chatswood, Beecroft, Macquarie Park and Marsfield.

Five weeks ago the $260 million Oxford Central project was launched with over 140 sales valued at over $130 million within the period for the Marchese Partners-designed complex.

Cameron Porter, National Sales Manager for Greaton noted the offering was "considered very affordable compared to neighboring suburbs like Macquarie Park.

"Two bed apartments in Macquarie Park are priced approximately $200,000 more than Epping prices for smaller apartments.”

Oxford Central’s position was earmarked due to its strategic location in the epicentre of the state government’s plans to invest millions in re-developing Epping Town Centre.

Significant employment hubs including Macquarie Park, Chatswood and North Ryde are within a 10 kilometre commute from Epping.

There are also direct train, bus and M2 motorway links to these hubs.

Situated at 30 - 42 Oxford Street, the project comprises 252 apartments spread across two 17 storey towers, 292 car spaces and 625 sq m of retail on the ground level.

A two storey heritage building located on the site will also be retained as part of the retail precinct.

A state of the art display suite is located on site at 30 Oxford St. It is open seven days from 1pm until 4pm.

Viewing outside these times is available by appointment only.  For further information visit: www.oxfordcentral.com.au.

Greaton expects to start construction early in 2017.  

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