Seven homeowners to put their sites on the market in Sydney's Burwood for $40 million

Seven homeowners to put their sites on the market in Sydney's Burwood for $40 million
Seven homeowners to put their sites on the market in Sydney's Burwood for $40 million

Seven home owners in Sydney’s inner west suburb of Burwood are putting up their homes on the market later in October with the combined sale expected to fetch $40 million.

The 10-20 Neich Parade site has a combined area of nearly 3,158.8 sqm.

Though the land is zoned R2 Low Density Residential, new proposals seeks to increase the building height limit to 32 metres as part of the new R3 Medium Density Residential zoning.

The plan is in line with the Parramatta Road Urban Transformation Strategy, which has developers honing in on new residential development opportunities.

This proposed zoning will allow for the construction of up 150 apartments subject to council approval.

The site is being sold through expressions of interest closing November 9.

The sale is being handled by Neil Cooke, Stuart Cox and Johnathon Broome of Savills Australia. 

It is understood that the seven homes combined are worth circa $17 million while as a development site, the land could fetch circa $40m. 

Seven homeowners to put their sites on the market in Sydney's Burwood for  million

This is in line with another neighbouring Burwood site in Esher Street which sold for in excess of $3,000 per square metre of proposed Gross Floor Area (GFA) that Savills also undertook earlier in the year, benefitting from the same development controls.

This Neich Parade parcel has three street frontages and can provide Sydney CBD views to the eastern elevation and Blue Mountains views to the western elevation, via a redevelopment of the site.

It is close to Burwood CBD and Parramatta Road.

“This site represents a unique opportunity to acquire a significant parcel of tightly held level land, benefitting from three street frontages with significant development upside (STCA), situated just minutes from Burwood’s best amenities,” said Neil Cooke.

“Not to mention that the finalised Parramatta Road Urban Transformation strategy released by Urban Growth will positively impact the eventual owners within a future potential development, including the introduction of at least 82,500sq m* of employment Gross Floor Area across a variety of uses and the redevelopment of Concord Hospital situated 3.5 kilometres* from the site”.

Any developer contributions under the strategy will go towards upgrading open space for residents, new and upgraded roads, a refreshed Burwood Park and Burwood Library, added Stuart Cox.

“More importantly, WestConnex will significantly reduce traffic along Parramatta Road, as thousands of daily road users use this as the preferred route to avoid as many as 52 traffic lights,” he said.

 

 

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