Roseville's Chatswood Rose launch coincides with Chinese New Year

Roseville's Chatswood Rose launch coincides with Chinese New Year
Roseville's Chatswood Rose launch coincides with Chinese New Year

The Chinese New Year weekend sees the Sydney launch of luxury apartments at the Roseville project, Chatswood Rose.

It is located at 1015 Pacific Hwy, Roseville, with views to the Chatswood skyline above leafy treetops.

The project incorporates the Seymours , an interwar Spanish Mission-style service station built in 1929, which is set to become cafe space.

Keco is the development developer of the seven floor project where prices for one bedders start at $795,000.

BVN, one of Australia’s leading architectural studios, designed the project which comes with landscaped gardens, rooftop playground and BBQ area

All apartments have parking and storage.

The three bedders have two car spaces with prices ranging from $2.1 million to $2.3 million.

CBRE is marketing the project as offering "the best of both worlds," i.e. vibrant, colourful and cosmopolitan, Chatswood one of Sydney’s most renowned retail and commercial centres, plus the relaxed sophistication of picturesque Roseville, the quintessential village.

The apartment sizes range from 53 internal sqms to 144 internal sqm, plus external spaces that range from 8 sqm to 80 sqm on some of the three bedders.

Australasia is the third top CNY vacation region for 2018, for Chinese consumers according to a Juwai survey.

Some 29% picked North America, 23% chose Asia, 20% chose Australasia, and 19% Europe.  

The survey noted tourism is important because, of the Chinese who intend to buy international real estate this year, 60% intend to purchase property in their holiday destination, and 58% are considering emigrating there. 
Roseville's Chatswood Rose launch coincides with Chinese New Year
 
 
Carrie Law, CEO of Juwai.com, the No. 1 Chinese international real estate website, said Chinese New Year was the biggest international travel period of the year for mainlanders.  
 
“Chinese who are considering buying real estate or even emigrating to Australia often use their holidays to combine fun and research. 
 
“Australia welcomed a record 1.33 million Chinese visitors last year, and a significant minority of that group are not just tourists — but also property investors or immigrants." 
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