Greaton Kicks Off Second Stage Of Oxford Central Project


On November 26, 2016 Greaton is getting ready to release stage two in its iconic $260 million Oxford Central project located in one of Sydney’s fastest growing suburbs - Epping.

Architectural practice Marchese Partners has designed the exterior façade and interiors.

Oxford Central is made up of two separate towers that come together to make up up the entire project. The first tower, officially dubbed 'Centrale', comprises 127 apartments and was released onto the market late October, 2016. Since its release, Centrale has sold over 80 per cent of its apartments.

The highly sought after second tower is called Vista, which has been brought to the market earlier than scheduled due to the sales success of Centrale's apartments.

Greaton Managing Director Nicho Teng said that he was pleased to see buyers embrace Oxford Central.

“Oxford Central is the ultimate address in Epping," he said.

"Marchese Partners has created beautiful residences on the inside as well as a stunning façade to ensure this project becomes a talking point in the green leafy suburb.

"There is no other development of this caliber in the local area which is also located within 150 metres from the newly refurbished Epping train and bus stations.

“The project is our first major development in Sydney. We intend to deliver a high-end lifestyle destination that captures the essence of suburban living combined with city conveniences.

"The uninterrupted views across Sydney’s CBD, Chatswood and North Sydney will draw buyer attention.

Oxford Central project, Epping, Sydney

"Major health, education, shopping and recreational facilities are within a short walk or drive from Oxford Central."Oxford Central’s position was earmarked due to its strategic location in the epicentre of the state government’s plans to invest millions in re-developing Epping Town Centre and major transport infrastructure in the suburb.

Significant employment hubs including Macquarie Park, Chatswood and North Ryde are within a 10 kilometre commute from Epping. There are also direct train, bus and M2 motorway links to these hubs.

Situated at 30 - 42 Oxford Street, the iconic structure will comprise 252 luxurious apartments spread across two 17 storey towers, 292 car spaces and 625 square metres of retail on the ground level. A two storey heritage building located on the site will also be retained and is part of the retail precinct.

Stage two’s Vista tower comprises 36 one beds, 74 two beds and 13 three beds.

Prices for apartments start at $585,000 for a one bed with an average internal size of 50 to 53 square metres, two beds start at $850,000 featuring an internal average size of 70 to 84 square metres and three beds are priced from $1.3 million with an internal space averaging between 99 to 120 square metres.

Oxford Central project, Epping, Sydney

The luxurious apartment interiors will enjoy Caesarstone benchtops with timber accents on the cupboards, two distinctive spring and autumn colour palettes to choose from supported by elegant timber floors, Miele appliances in the kitchen, Parisi fittings throughout, imported tiles wrapped around the floor and walls in the bathroom, floor to ceiling glass sliding doors and expansive balconies.

An open air café area and public plaza will feature alongside the Heritage building which fronts Oxford Central and will be accessible to the public. Residents will also enjoy large areas of communal open space on the ground level which include recreational and BBQ facilities.

Epping Boys High, Cheltenham Girls High, James Ruse High, Epping North Public School, Epping West Public School as well as private schools such as Loreto and The Kings School and Macquarie University are all within 10 kilometres from Oxford Central.

Greaton expects to start construction early in 2017.

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