Platinum on Peach Tree provides idyllic apartment-living for families

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Platinum on Peach Tree provides idyllic apartment-living for families
Platinum on Peach Tree provides idyllic apartment-living for families

The recent NSW census found that more than one in four Sydney apartments are home to families with children – a statistic which has doubled between the years of 2006 to 2016. With population growth forever on the rise and apartment-living for families becoming the norm, it’s not uncommon for new developments to be designed with a kid-friendly focus.

Sundale's new Platinum on Peach Tree development located within Sydney's Macquarie Park precinct, has been designed to cater to the needs of a diverse range of residents, from singles to families with kids, to empty nesters or even buyers who are seeking a ‘lifestyle upgrade’ in the form of a luxury penthouse suite.

Platinum on Peach Tree provides idyllic apartment-living for families
The 15 level apartment complex in Sydney's Macquarie Park development. Credit: Sundale

The 15-level apartment tower features one, two and three-bedroom configurations, as well as apartments which offer parking spaces, a study or oriented to boast spectacular city views.

“We expect a range of buyers to be attracted to Platinum on Peachtree. The one-bedroom apartments will attract first home-buyers, who find it hard to get a foothold in the north shore market. Young professionals from neighbouring areas will also be drawn to the offering, with the transport links to provide easy access to the city and Chatswood.

There will also be broad appeal for the two and three-bedroom apartments with young families to be drawn to the range of facilities and easy lifestyle offered. It is also a fairly unique offering for local empty-nesters wanting to downsize from a house to an apartment, without losing their peaceful garden setting.”

- Tracy Tao, Director of Seacapital International, appointed agents for the project

Buyers with young children can purchase with confidence knowing that the building offers many great facilities including a children’s play area; resident communal areas such as BBQs and entertainment lounges to encourage a close-knit community vibe; and even individual herb garden plots where children can develop an interest in horticulture.

“Our vision is to deliver premium apartment living that caters to modern families. We are excited to bring family-friendly living to this growth area so residents can enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle with retail, transport and recreation facilities right on their doorstep without compromising on quality or living space.”

- Willy Du, Director of Sundale.

Platinum on Peach Tree provides idyllic apartment-living for families
Platinum on Peach Tree's luxury lap pool. Credit: Sundale

For those seeking luxury from apartment-living, Platinum on Peach Tree also offers a stunning outdoor lap pool, day beds, private outdoor dining areas, a wellness centre and yoga room and an exclusive residents lounge.

The interiors of all 116 apartments have been designed by Western Australian firm Turner Interior Design, with a focus on spacious open-plan living. The use of premium fixtures and fittings such as stainless-steel Miele kitchen appliances, engineered stone benchtops and timber grain cabinetry exemplify quality that has been built to last. Oversized balconies and lush landscaping also provide residents with a connection to nature and opportunity to have their own garden within a multi-residential complex.

Platinum on Peach Tree provides idyllic apartment-living for families
Each apartment features high quality stainless-steel Miele appliances, engineered stone benchtops and timber grain cabinetry. Credit: Sundale

The development is set back off the main road and right next to the recently upgraded Wilga Park, providing tranquillity just minutes from the M2 motorway, only 20 minutes to the CBD and in close proximity to the new North West Rail Line. Situated within the Macquarie Park development, the location is also perfect for students attending Macquarie University and is close to many great schools and co-working spaces.

“Macquarie Park has a lot to offer residents. With abundant green spaces and national parks, it also offers an impressive range of cafes and shops and high-profile public and private schools. On weekends it is a playground with impressive shopping and entertainment facilities, including an ice rink.” 

- Tracy Tao, Director of Seacapital International, appointed agents for the project

Sundale Development has a strong track record, with 20 years experience and over $392 million in projects to date. Platinum on Peach Tree will be constructed late 2019 by Ericon Buildings, with completion due early 2022.

What’s on offer:

  • One bedroom apartment, 62 square metres, $649k
  • One bedroom apartment on Level 13, North-west facing, $745k
  • One bedroom, study and a carpark, $880k
  • Two bedrooms, two bathroom, carpark, 87 square metres, $899k
  • Two bedrooms, two bathroom, carpark, 87 square metres, north-east facing Level 12, $1,253,000m
  • Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, carpark, 129 square meters, $1,215,000m
  • Three bedrooms, two bathroom, carpark, 121 square metre, city views on Level 12, $1590,000m
  • Six exclusive penthouses one bedroom, one bedroom plus study, two-bedroom and three-bedroom configurations

Lead image: Platinum on Peach Tree's luxurious terrace for residents. Credit: Sundale.

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