Deicorp’s Highline Westmead is a stunning master-planned residential community, unlike anything Western Sydney has ever seen. Offering a collection of spacious apartments perfect for young families and professionals, with the ultimate connectivity and convenience, Highline is raising the benchmark for living in Sydney’s West.
Article published in Western Weekender 12th May 2022.
Located on Maple Tree Road, Highline carries an air of seclusion yet is ultra-connected to the very best of all that Sydney has to offer.
Westmead is at the centre of Greater Western Sydney’s urban renewal, making it ideal for owner-occupiers and investors. The suburb is projected to experience significant growth in the coming years; with healthy capital gains forecasted for properties.
This anticipated growth reflects the suburb’s location at the junction of outstanding transport infrastructure giving strong connectivity to broader Sydney and the CBD. Travel to the city is an easy 35 minutes by train, with the Parramatta CBD just 3 minutes away. Highline is also at the beginning of the new Parramatta Light Rail, which adds to the great connectivity of Westmead.
The Light Rail is opening next year and will link the health precinct at Westmead with Western Sydney University and Parramatta CBD.
But the biggest transport project benefiting Westmead is the new $25 billion Sydney Metro West which started construction in 2020. The largest transport infrastructure project in Australia will link Westmead with the City via Parramatta, Sydney Olympic Park, Burwood Pyrmont and the Bays Precinct.
Westmead is also home to the largest health precinct in the southern hemisphere, with refurbishments at Westmead Hospital expected to be completed soon. This, along with the soon to be completed Westmead Innovation Quarter, is expected to introduce over 15,000 extra jobs to the community. The number of jobs available in Westmead will boost the local economy and in turn, increase the value of property in the area.
Westmead is also home to five highly ranked secondary schools – all of which are located within 1km of Highline. In addition, the number of university students in the area is forecasted to rise from 2,000 to 30,000 by 2036 – indicating the demand for housing will vastly increase in the coming years.
Coming home to Highline is coming home to an architecturally designed home. Thoughtfully designed by multi-award-winning architect Turner Studio, this development presents generous studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments complete with luxury finishes, stone surfaces, and premium European appliances.
Deicorp also offers a range of excellent resort-style facilities to encourage a healthier and more mindful lifestyle. There is a luxurious swimming pool, sundeck, open-air green spaces, feature grove with seating and winding pathways that seem like a world away from the urban amenities and modern conveniences outside. Perched atop the development is the exclusive rooftop garden and terrace backdropped by panoramic views across Sydney.
With prices starting from $468,000 for a studio and $985,000 for a three-bedroom apartment, Highline’s recently completed, ultra-modern apartments
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