Wattle Hill, Iris Capital’s new project in Sydney’s Hurlstone Park, is proving popular with local owner-occupiers looking to buy into the community, with 55% of the development now sold within the first few weeks of launch.
Designed by Squillace, Wattle Hill is built to claim the title of principal landmark for the area.
The selection of materials carefully chosen for the building’s exterior reflects the suburb’s vibrant culture and history, complementing the 360-degree views.
Situated on a unique corner site, Wattle Hill’s façade responds to its gateway location via a carefully articulated series of spaces and textures, including timber panelling, masonry, glass screens and growing vertical gardens that soften the urban streetscape.
Stylishly presented contemporary 1, 2 and 3 bedroom north-facing apartments feature seamless integration of sensational district & city skyline views. Generous balconies invite the outdoors in, offering an abundance of natural light.
Buyers can choose from a stylish dark or neutral light colour scheme, perfectly complementing the contemporary lines and exceptionally elegant aesthetics.
High quality interior finishes showcase meticulous craftsmanship, with each apartment offering stone benchtops, Yarra Walnut timber veneers, Smeg appliances and full-height bathroom tiling.
Luxurious American Oak polished floorboards optimise the space of both large open living and dining spaces, while complementing the bedrooms’ plush prestige carpets.
While each apartment is enhanced with unique district outlooks of the stunning surrounding area, the outside common area offers lush vertical gardens and a spacious terrace complete with BBQ ideal for entertaining.
A hidden gem of the Inner West, Hurlstone Park encompasses the perfect balance between peaceful living and commutable city access. Wattle Hill is only moments from Hurlstone Park Station, putting the CBD in easy reach within 20 minutes.
The new light rail connects with the Inner West through to Pyrmont, Chinatown and Central Station, soon to be extended through to the Eastern Suburbs.
It is also within easy access to Summer Hill, Dulwich Hill and Marrickville’s attractions and entertainment, as well as stylish cafés, restaurants and shopping amenities.
Construction on Wattle Hill will commence early 2017 with completion expected early 2018.