Space for the growing family at South Village Kirrawee
Growing up in the Shire it comes as no surprise that when you start your own family most of us would love to stay in the area.
But with the increasing cost of buying a house here, making your finances work to stay in the area can be tricky.
Joining the community atmosphere and incomparable convenience of South Village Kirrawee may prove to be a smart choice for your family.
Value for money
“South Village is one of the best value for money developments currently on the market in Sydney, with one-bedroom apartments starting from $555k, making it the most affordable in the Sutherland Shire” states CBRE Managing Director, David Milton. “It also offers convenience like no other development, with its new retail centre featuring Coles and Aldi supermarkets and 27 specialty stores, restaurants and cafes owned and managed by Payce and Mirvac owners of Zetland’s esteemed East Village,” he adds.
Shire locals have flocked to purchase in the development after the successful launch of the Seascape building, with 75% of all apartments sold. 80% of those to local Shire and St George residents across a broad cross-section from young couples to first home buyers, downsizers and local tradespeople.
Plenty of open space for families
Recently, Deicorp launched South Village’s Panorama building, the highest in the development with 156 apartments over 13 levels and amazing views of Sydney’s CBD, Botany Bay, Cronulla Beach and Royal National Park.
This building is in the ideal spot for a family as it fronts the 9,000-sqm dedicated park providing abundant community space with access to a private landscaped podium garden. Approximately 26m2 of open turf area is located in a sunny aspect, with 2 BBQ spaces with outdoor seating making it a great place to get together with other mums.
Kids will love the community edible garden, and there is a communal rooftop with outdoor dining so you can relax with the family and take in the panoramic views.
All topped off with the convenience of a 14,000sqm retail centre including Coles and Aldi supermarkets and 27 specialty retailers with ample parking, due to open in mid-2018. Kirrawee Train Station is only a few minutes’ walk away, and you are just 12 minutes from Cronulla Beach on the train, or just over half an hour to the City
Contemporary apartment living
Each apartment features high quality interior design and larger terraces and balconies promoting outdoor activities and lifestyle. Inside, you will enjoy a blend of luxury and comfort with stylish finishes.
Spacious living rooms with luxurious timber floors and expansive balconies beautifully extend the open-space plans, welcoming panoramic views from every angle. Generous kitchens, bathrooms, wardrobes and basements allow residents to immaculately arrange everything and anything.
Kitchens feature quality stone benchtops and splashbacks with contemporary SMEG appliances and an abundance of built-in storage, revealing a design-rich space steeped in refined elegance.
Generous government incentives
First home buyers can save thousands of dollars by not being required to pay stamp duty. In NSW, the First Home Buyers Assistance scheme means that no duty is payable for properties up to $650,000. The duty is reduced between $650,000 and $800,000. A $10,000 grant may also be available depending on the property value.