Inside the Grand Reve, Castle Hill apartments

The project boasts a curated collection of 196 contemporary residences and has been billed as the most prestigious development ever offered in the Hills area
Inside the Grand Reve, Castle Hill apartments
Grand Reve, Castle Hill. Image supplied
Max KwokDecember 17, 2021

Grand Reve is the latest offering from Kassis Homes, set to transform Sydney’s north-western suburb of Castle Hill.

Billed as the most prestigious development ever offered in the Hills area, Grand Reve is a collection of 196 contemporary apartments across two towers.

Featuring studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, as well as split-level townhouse-style dwellings, Grand Reve has been designed by Turner Studio with a particular focus on outdoor spaces.

"We're really urbanising the concept of the backyard and integrating that into an urban housing scheme that sits in a suburban context and, therefore, I think we're going to end up with a unique project and a unique product," Turner Studio design director Nick Turner said.

A landscaped podium garden, which connects the two towers, features seating pods, resident dining areas, and views across the Hills District.

Altogether, the project will deliver residents three communal garden areas, totalling over 2,000sqm of open space.

Below the two towers is the project’s brick base, which houses the open-air concierge, designed with weather-protected corridors and integrated gardens.

“The brick base is a unifying form and is representative of the Sydney suburban vernacular", Turner Studio said. Designed to catch the light, the warm-coloured bricks have been laid to form ornate patterns across the lower levels.

Light in colour, the towers themselves have been designed as sculptural elements, with soft, rounded corners and a feminine form to respond to the spaces within and the views beyond.

Interiors

Designed to suit a wide demographic, the project features a range of layouts, including studios, split-level townhouse-style dwellings, terrace apartments with generous outdoor spaces and penthouse sky-residences.

Each residence offers generously-sized floorplans, open-plan living and dining and 2.7-metre high ceilings, while kitchens feature luxuriously-appointed Wolf gas appliances, engineered stone benchtops and brass fixtures.

The combination of substantial forecasted population growth, an existing and expanding retail hub, and the newly established Metro line are all drawcards for buyers to make the move to Castle Hill.

Marketed by McGrath Projects, prices at Grand Reve begin from $560,000 for the 92sqm studio apartment.

New Apartments for sale in Grand Reve, Castle Hill | 8 & 18 Garthowen Crescent, Castle Hill

Access the latest brochure, pricing and floorplan details for Grand Reve, Castle Hill | 8 & 18 Garthowen Crescent, Castle Hill.
Apt 708 | A range of studios from $570k to $620k in various configuration
Studio apartments $595,000
Bathrooms:
1
Total area:
63m²
Apt 208 | The last remaining one bedroom with separate study
1 bedroom apartments $695,000
Bedrooms:
1
Bathrooms:
1
Total area:
59m²
Apt 1006 | A range of 2-beds from $900k to $995k | Between 90sqm and 115 sqm in size
2 bedroom apartments $948,000
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
2
Carparks:
1
Total area:
100m²
Apt 108 | Two-storey townhouse apartments | Limited number remaining
2 bedroom apartments $1,025,000
Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
2.5
Carparks:
1
Total area:
105m²
Apt 805 | A range of 2-bed + study apartments from $1.205m to $1.305m | Between 123 sqm and 150sqm in size
2 bedroom apartments $1,245,000
Bedrooms:
2
Study:
1
Bathrooms:
2
Carparks:
1
Total area:
123m²
Apt G14 | The last remaining ground floor 3 bedroom apartment | 136sqm with access to communal gardens
3 bedroom apartments $1,430,000
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
2
Carparks:
1
Total area:
136m²
Apt 909 | Truly unique for the Hills Area | House-like proportions, 180sqm, 4 bedrooms | Priced from $2.19m to $2.4m
4 bedroom apartments $2,330,000
Bedrooms:
4
Bathrooms:
3
Carparks:
2
Total area:
180m²

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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