SYDNEY, 15 DECEMBER 2020
People have a final opportunity now to secure a home in Fairwater, Frasers Property Australia’s established 6 Star Green Star community in Blacktown, with the final planned stage of homes brought forward to meet strong demand and available now.
Designed to suit buyers at every stage of life, the latest release offers a choice of two, three and four-bedroom homes, with a selection of the three and four-bedroom homes featuring an additional separate self-contained studio apartment – perfect for a home office, teenager’s retreat, extended family accommodation or even to earn some rental income.
All homes feature open plan living that seamlessly extends to the covered alfresco area, with quality fixtures and finishes throughout. Selected homes feature a second upstairs living area and a downstairs bedroom, overlooking the wetlands or fronting a green strip of parkland, where the kids can kick the ball around or play cricket with the neighbours joining in.
“Best of all, buying a home in the St Andrews Collection at Fairwater means moving into a completed, established community, and enjoying the fantastic features of your new home and community from day one,” says Dino Carulli, Sales and Marketing Director, Frasers Property Australia.
“Demand for homes at Fairwater, especially in recent weeks, has been extremely strong. We’ve received many enquiries as a result of referrals from our existing customers who know the quality of the homes and the benefits of living in a new masterplanned community within an established suburb, with plenty of amenities and infrastructure nearby,” says Mr Carulli.
“With the final stage of homes now available for sale to the public, people who would like to call Fairwater home should act quick as they are expected to be snapped up quickly.”
Sustainability has been a priority at Fairwater. In fact, Fairwater is the first community in NSW to receive a 6 Star Green Star rating – the highest possible – from the Green Building Council of Australia. It also integrates the use of geothermal heating and cooling technology, meaning the homes use less energy to be comfortable all year round.
Reinforcing the natural beauty of the multi-award winning community, a Tree Planting Day was recently held at Fairwater to connect local residents with their natural environment.
The event, joined by Blacktown MP Stephen Bali and Councillor Kathie Collins, who was attending on behalf of the Mayor, was a great success, with more than 50 families helping to plant 50 trees in the Central Park.
“It was a great opportunity for local residents to again connect with their neighbours and add to Fairwater’s natural beauty for future generation to enjoy,” Mr Carulli says.
“Community creation means more than bricks and mortar. It’s also about organising events for our residents to enjoy and support them as they plan their own. Following the successful Halloween trick-or-treat in October, local residents are currently running a garden competition as well as a Christmas lights competition.
“It’s always good to see the community coming together and creating a neighbourhood where everyone feels connected and engaged,” he says.
Fairwater’s Central Park is set to open before Christmas, featuring picnic shelters, a children’s playground, outdoor fitness stations and plenty of spaces for games.
“Central Park will become a central hub not just for Fairwater residents but the whole of Blacktown, where locals can meet with family, friends or neighbours for a picnic while the kids explore the play equipment,” Mr Carulli says.
“Residents can also expect a long boardwalk over the wetlands, walking paths and bike tracks in the new year.”
Fairwater is located on a 38-ha former golf course and features 9.5-ha of open space and 3.5-ha of wetlands. The picturesque surrounds include lakes and ponds, boardwalks, walkways, cycleways, pramways, playgrounds, sandpits, learn-to-ride bike track and connections to local transport and shopping amenities.