Tarlo at Woden Green ticks all the boxes for first time home buyers and investors

Sophia Brady 16 July 2018
Tarlo townhouse - artist impressio

Tarlo townhouse – artist impression.

A townhouse lifestyle in the heart of the vibrant new precinct of Woden Green nestled in between Hindmarsh and Athllon Drive, all just a hop, skip and jump from major conveniences, is just one of the draw cards for buyers of Tarlo.

The close proximity of the new townhouses to the Woden Town Centre makes it easy to connect and enjoy shopping, dining, and entertainment – all at a stone’s throw away. Plus with two major roads, the cycleway and the Woden Bus Hub literally on your doorstep, it’s easy to get anywhere else in Canberra for work or pleasure. To escape it all, there are also plenty of walkways through the neighbouring parks, and when the energy levels are high there is always ice-skating or a few laps at the Phillip Recreational Centre.

Local builder and developer Hindmarsh designed Tarlo to be lived in. With an EER of 6.1, it offers low maintenance living in a relaxed community with an easy lifestyle that doesn’t compromise on space or location. Perfect for families or those with pets, the townhouses offer two or three bedroom options, with one or two car spaces. In either configuration, the townhouses have private entrances, courtyards and/or balconies, alongside integrated garages with internal access for extra convenience.

Low maintenance lifestyle, privacy and easy living at Tarlo - artist impression

Low maintenance lifestyle, privacy and easy living at Tarlo – artist impression.

Cassandra Cumberland Operations Manager, Project Marketing at Independent Property Group says “Tarlo ticks all the boxes, it’s a development that was designed to be lived in. You can see this in the design of the townhouses, they’re spacious and offer a low maintenance lifestyle, privacy and easy living. Private garages, large kitchens with AEG appliances and gas cooktops and laminate timber flooring, are just some of the inclusions that make Tarlo really attractive for buyers.”

“It’s a smaller development of only 41 townhouses which will create a real community feel for the residents. The quality of the developer and builder is a big drawcard for buyers. Hindmarsh has a great reputation in Canberra for building high-quality homes, buyers can be confident that they’re purchasing from a developer who delivers a great product every time.”

“The location is a stand out for me. It’s not often that you see townhouses in a location like this, close to shopping, restaurants and government offices. Living at Tarlo will make it very easy to connect to the rest of Canberra, you’re only 15 minutes from Canberra CBD, Kingston Foreshore and the airport.” Cassandra continued.

Artist impression

Artist impression.

“We’re seeing a real mix of buyers which shows that Tarlo really is a development for everyone. Tarlo is popular with first home buyers and people looking to upsize. We’re also seeing a lot of interest from investors who are attracted by the location and potential returns on investment. Tarlo is a development for everyone and we’re really seeing that in the mix of buyers.”

First time home buyer and investor, Matt Ball was one of the first to buy into Tarlo after extensive research into other options, saying “Woden as an area attracted me as an investor because of its prosperity and the planned rejuvenation the area is going through. Before long, Woden will be a close alternative to city living.”

“Tarlo attracted me because of the types of property options it offered in its particular location, and also because Hindmarsh is the builder – I understand them to be quality builders. As I am investing, I’d probably say I’m most looking forward to jumping straight into getting the property paid off and continuing to grow a property portfolio.”

First time home buyer and investor, Matt Ball.

First time home buyer and investor, Matt Ball.

To find out more about Tarlo, visit the website or the display suite on the corner of Wilbow & Easty Street, Woden.

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