New homeowners of The Heysen, in Turramurra, gathered at the local Greengate Hotel on Tuesday 22 May to learn more about the settlement process for their new homes.
New homeowners of Aqualand Property’s development, The Heysen, in Turramurra gathered at the local Greengate Hotel – to learn more about the settlement process for their new homes. The Heysen is a boutique collection of 41 one, two and three bedroom apartments within a four-storey building, located a short 600m from the Turramurra train station.
Alex Adams, Aqualand Head of Sales and Marketing, said, “It was a pleasure to have almost all our purchasers join us last night for an informative evening and to learn more about the valuation process, pre-settlement inspections, settlement steps and the ultimate key collection.”
The development will be Aqualand’s second completed scheme and the first construction project for its building arm, Aqualand Delivery.
Mr Adams continued, “Having an in-house builder really made the customer experience a lot more personalised; adjusting homes to suit various needs. It certainly gives us confidence knowing we are delivering residences that truly are homes rather than standard cookie-cutter dwellings.”
The Heysen has been popular with locals in the area with 65% of buyers moving from within a five- kilometre radius. The majority are downsizers, drawn to the sizeable apartments that range up to 146sqm metres internally with balconies up to 116sqm.
Five two-bedroom apartments remain for sales with prices starting from $1,040,000. For more information, call 1800 858 399 or email email@example.com
In homage to the conservation of three century-year-old eucalypts onsite, and a nod to Australia’s artistic heritage, the development is named after renowned artist Hans Heysen – famed for his depiction of gum trees. The trees are part of a wider flora conservation to help revitalise Sydney’s depleted Blue Gum High Forest.