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Immersive sales and display centre opens for Red Hill development

Ian Bushnell 11 November 2019
Red Hill urban renewal development, The Parks

Doma’s planned European-style townhomes. Images: Supplied.

A new innovative sales and display suite allows potential buyers to immerse themselves in the planned $260 million Red Hill urban renewal development, The Parks.

Canberra developer Doma Group and national property company Stockland have partnered to build the village-like precinct of terraces, apartments and homes on the 5.3 hectare, former public housing site, and Doma has submitted a development application for the apartments.

The sales and display suite at 165 Discovery Street was officially opened on Saturday, giving home hunters the chance to explore the luxurious furnished terrace and apartments with interactive touchscreens allowing them to interact with the precinct masterplan, floor plans, and renders in a digital, 3D environment.

Located in one of Canberra’s most sought-after neighbourhoods, just 6 km south of the Canberra CBD, The Parks has been designed to deliver a premium urban lifestyle, unique to Red Hill.

Walter Hood Crescent

Terraces and park on Walter Hood Crescent.

Building on Canberra’s heritage, wide, tree-lined streets will meet open space, bike paths and parks, with panoramic views across the city and surrounding mountains, and all within walking distance of local shops and services

Regional Development Manager at Stockland, Calum Ross said the opening of The Parks – Red Hill Sales and Display Suite would allow buyers to touch, feel and experience the superb quality of this contemporary new community.

“The vision for the Sales Suite was to have our customers have an experiential journey into The Parks,” he said. “At The Parks, no detail has been overlooked. Each home has been carefully considered with luxurious finishes including stone benchtops, Miele appliances, heated floors and freestanding bathtubs.

“The master plan has also been thoughtfully designed to create a vibrant village precinct reflecting the areas leafy character including six new parks.

“Red Hill offers all the fundamentals that people are looking for in modern Canberra living. The new, low-density neighbourhood village builds on Canberra’s established heritage, capitalising on the views and open spaces while providing high-quality architecturally diverse housing choice within walking distance of local shops and services.”

Stockland will deliver 108 single-dwelling sites comprising 25 land lots and 83 high-quality terraces, with Doma planning to build 136 apartments across six buildings.

Ravena Lane terraces

Living room in one of the Ravena Lane terraces.

The luxury terraces will be set among parks and gardens, all with off-street parking. The interior design boasts high-quality finishes and inclusions as well as sensor lights, a built-in technology charging hub and plumbed fridge cavity. Prices start from $1.299 million.

Doma’s 136 apartments will be spread across six buildings with most homes to be two and three bedrooms. Prices for a one-bedroom apartment residence start from $540,000.

Mr Ross said Stockland and Doma had come together to create a truly unique and vibrant village precinct within a premier suburb.

“From the lush gardens and green plazas surrounding the rows of European terrace-style homes, no effort has been spared in elevating the feel and finishes to suit discerning residents,” he said.

Doma says its designs respect the residential nature of Red Hill, with residences inspired by Parisian and London townhouses complete with recessed balconies and vertically celebrated and pitched roofs with dormer windows.

“Located within walking distance of Canberra Grammar and Red Hill Primary School, The Parks is located in the heart of bustling Red Hill and is surrounded by everything a resident could want and need with cafes, shops and parks in walking distance as well as panoramic views across the city and surrounding mountains,” Doma Senior Development Manager, David Carey said.

More information on the Red Hill precinct master plan can be found at The Parks – Red Hill.


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