28 minutes could save you $300,000

CDMA Australia’s residential community, Rosella Place, located in Rouse Hill, the heart of Sydney’s ever growing north-west is an address that boasts convenience and quality lifestyle without the expensive price tag.

For only 28 minutes on the train, buyers could save $300,000 buying the same style of apartment in Rouse Hill compared to the much more expensive suburbs of Macquarie Park or Chatswood.

For instance, one-bedroom apartments with a car space in Macquarie Park start from $780,000, with comparable apartments in Chatswood starts from $800,000. The counterpart in Rosella Place, Rouse Hill starts from $480,000 which signifies a huge saving of $300,000, especially for first-home buyers or young professional families, who are the main buyers in the development.

Those buying into Rosella Place can also take advantage of low strata fees, as well as the comfort in knowing that they are buying for their future with the Rouse Hill region and surrounding North West set on a trajectory for immense growth and development within the next decade.

Ray White Norwest’s Allen Yan said Rouse Hill has much resemblance of the Macquarie Park and Chatswood regions of a decade ago, and like these areas, it is experiencing unprecedented growth through a major infrastructure boom, helping Sydney expand beyond its traditional business hub borders.

Confirmed new infrastructure for Rouse Hill includes a new hospital, the first university in the north-west, Norwest University and an updated, state-of-the-art Tallawong Town Centre as well as the $250 million expansion of Rouse Hill Town Centre all within the next coming years.

“Macquarie Park, Chatswood, Epping and Castle Hill apartments prices are all going through the roof and that turns a lot of buyers away. For only 28 minutes further of the train line, buyers can literally save a minimum of $300,000 – it’s really quite remarkable.”

“Buyers need to have the vision of what’s to come for the suburb they’re buying into and ensure that they’re getting good value for money and that there’s strong capital growth prospects with their purchase. Rosella Place is the perfect opportunity that checks all of these boxes,” Mr Yan said.

“Further, not everyone wants to live in super dense, high rise apartment living, particularly post-pandemic. Families want space with good storage, parking and room to move. Rouse Hill offers residents ample open recreational areas and parks, ideal for raising a growing family. It also has an excellent array of local shopping and amenities such as the Tallawong Metro and a new Town Centre.

“The Rouse Hill region is undergoing massive growth at the moment which is traditionally where buyers should be looking to buy.”

“All the short- and long-term drivers of the Sydney market are positive and not without the opening for improved infrastructure and population growth.”

“This opportunity is not something that buyers would want to miss out on because the property outlook is looking really optimistic.”

Mr Yan said Rosella Place lets first home buyers, young families, young professionals and more, have their cake and eat it too, not having to sacrifice their lifestyle with all their discretionary spending going towards a huge mortgage.

“Parallel to the expanding future of the region, Rosella Place is an exemplar project of designing for tomorrow with sophisticated, modern apartments with plenty of space, replete with high quality appliances and finishes.”

“What’s more, being walking distance from parks, schools, retail stores, supermarkets and restaurants hosting a diverse array of cuisines, this residential community is in prime positioning,” Mr Yan said.

A two-minute walk down the road and residents will find themselves at the newly opened Tallawong Metro Station, where Sydney’s new-generation metro connects the North West to Chatswood and then to Sydney’s CBD upon the 2024 project completion.

The future plans to upgrade the M2 Hills Motorway will also make commuting faster and easier.

With the evolving dynamic of the North West, Rouse Hill boasts the kind of lifestyle that everyone wants; with enough reprieve from the hustle and bustle of Sydney’s CBD without being too far removed from key places of interest and business hubs.

CDMA Australia’s Sales and Marketing Manager, Jonathan Tan said that Rouse Hill is one of Sydney’s most exciting, rapidly transforming and establishing suburbs.

“Rouse Hill is quickly being recognised as promoting the ideal suburban life – its easily accessible, especially now with the abounding public transport available and residents are also spoilt for choice in terms of food and lifestyle options,” said Mr Tan.

“We are really enthusiastic about bringing this project to life. Our mission is to create a warm, family-friendly environment that reflects the community while being a part of the exciting transformation of the North West.”