7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west

7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west
7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west

St. A, a new residential development by Cedar Woods, is setting a new standard for living in the heart of St Albans. St A was designed by DKO and includes 254 residences that are aimed at providing homeowners with an upgraded lifestyle complete with modern conveniences and timeless style. Each home has been meticulously designed to provide functional open plan living spaces, a large storage capacity, and a seamless indoor/outdoor flow. 

1. St A offers great access to Melbourne CBD, shopping centres and Sunshine Hospital

 7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west
St. Albans Railway, source

Residents will have easy access to the CBD as the St Albans Train Station is situated within walking distance. To go to the city, residents can either travel on the Sunbury line by train or on buses 408, 419 or 903. The city is also only a 20-30 minute drive away on the freeway. St A is also less than 10 minutes drive to Brimbank shopping centre, Keilor Central, and many more shopping centres. It is also good to know that the new upgraded Sunshine Hospital is less than 10 minutes by car. 

2. St A is close to a variety of education, perfect for families and students

 7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west
St Albans Secondary College, source

For families or students looking to move into the area, there are a number of schools to choose from close to St Albans.

Some of the top education centres include: 

  • St Albans Primary School
  • Victoria University
  • St Alban Heights Primary School
  • Willis Street Kindergarten
  • St Alban Meadows Primary School
  • Sunshine Park Estate Kindergarten
  • Catholic Regional College St Albans
  • St Albans Secondary College

3. Join a multicultural suburb and try new things

 7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west
Vietnamese & Chinese Restaurant: Phi Phi 2, source

St Albans is a very multicultural suburb, which means that there are a variety of restaurants, bars and cafes. For an array of Asian cuisine, visit St Albans' major shopping strip, Alfrieda Street, or Main Road West/East if you are looking for European and Middle Eastern cuisines. Grocery shopping will be easy as Woolworths and multiple asian grocery stores are within walking distance.  

4. St Albans is a thriving community 

 7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west
Lion Dance at the St Albans Lunar Festival, source

There are a lot of entertainment options available to St Alban residents. Head down to The Bowery Theatre and St Albans Community Centre (STACC) where they both host art and community venues available for performances, rehearsals, meetings, and events. For a casual scene, St Albans Hotel would be perfect for drinks and dinner in the bistro with live entertainment, pool tables, sport playing on a big screen and an indoor play area for your kids. Every January, 80,000 people gather at St Albans to celebrate the Lunar Festival to watch the Lion Dance and a fireworks display. 

5. St Albans is an in demand suburb

According to Realestate.com, a medium house price at St Albans is $640,000 as of June 2021, and $350 per week for rent as of July. If you are looking to invest, renting at $350 per week would obtain a 2.8% annual rental return for homes. In the last 5 years, St Albans has experienced a compound growth rate of 7.2% for homes and 6.5% for apartment units. St Alban’s demographic consists of 24.5% in independent youth and 28.8% in couples and families. 

6. Enjoy the surrounding greenery and be closer to nature with a selection of nearby parks

 7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west
Cairnlea Park, source

To briefly escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, parklands such as the Brimbank Park, Waterfield Park, Cairnlea Park, and Organ Pipes National Park are all within a 5 minute drive. To enjoy a coastal walk, Altona beach is only a 25 minute drive. Each home is also built with sustainability in mind to reduce the carbon footprint of the entire development, attaining a 6-star energy rating. This includes features such as rainwater tanks and double glazing on select residences. 

There are a variety of two and three-bedroom townhomes currently available, with several design layouts to choose from including: 

  • Sapphire IV: A 3 storey 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom, a study and a double garage
 7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west
Sapphire IV
  • Argyle I & II: A 2 storey, 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom and a carpark
 7 reasons to consider buying a home at Cedar Woods' St A in Melbourne's north west
Argyle I & II

If you can imagine a life in St Albans and enjoying all that the neighbourhood has to offer, then reach out to a sales agent via Urban today.

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Briana Lee

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