Boasting views of the Blue Mountains, an exclusive collection of lots in Glenmore Park’s newest boutique estate, Bradley Heights, has been brought to market after the sell out success of Stage 1.
Located just 45 minutes from the Sydney CBD and 30 minutes from the Blue Mountains, Bradley Heights offers residents an appealing lifestyle at an affordable price point of $445,000.
Glenmore Park Realty Director Belinda Watts said Bradley Heights has been popular with young families and a selection of first home buyers looking to capitalise on the evolving suburb.
“The first stage we released has been snapped up by young families who are looking for more space to raise their growing family and who value the emerging sense of community among Glenmore Park and surrounds," she said.
“Majority of purchasers are second-time home owners who are moving from the city or north west of Sydney with the key driver being affordability.”
Surrounded by nearby parks and sporting fields, as well as bike trails and running tracks, Bradley Heights will encompass over 100 lots upon completion.
Ms Watts said prices are growing faster in western Sydney, and with the $30 million expansion of Glenmore Park Town Centre underway, the suburb is expected to surge in popularity over the coming years.
“I’ve lived and worked in Glenmore Park and the surrounding suburbs for over 20 years and the market has continued to excel and grow over the years," she said.
“This is expected to only intensify in the coming years with the Glenmore Park Town Centre expansion and the recently announced new Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek.”
Superbly located just six kilometres from the heart of Penrith, Bradley Height’s elevated position nestled high on the ridge offers residents picturesque views of the Blue Mountains and the CBD can easily be accessed via the nearby M4.
Mint Holdings Director and Bradley Heights developer Shane Goh said there’s pent up demand for young families seeking land to build their own home on, as opposed to units and apartments in inner ring suburbs.
“Purchasers are attracted to the fact that they can purchase vacant land and build their dream home for the same price an apartment in inner Sydney would cost,” he said.
Premium lots to be brought to market this week include six exclusive estate-fronting lots in Stage 1 and a selection of lots in Stage 2, with lot sizes starting from 375 square metres and priced from $445,000.