NEW ESTATE COMING UP ROSES
ROSEHILL Waters estate in South Guildford offers a sustainable, family-friendly lifestyle in a picturesque and convenient location.
It sits alongside the lovely Helena River, is close to the attractions of historic Guildford and the Swan Valley, and a 13km commute from the city.
The location was a drawcard for Kathryn Chivers and her partner Gavyn McCartney.
“Guildford is beautiful, with lovely restaurants and cafes, and there is a nice walk trail along the Helena River,” she said
“Plus, we live in Midland at the moment and I already have a yoga place, hairdresser and beauty therapist that I would like to stay close to.
“Rosehill is also close to the train station and this was very important to me as I am visually impaired and can’t drive.”
The location was also appealing for Antony Precha and his partner Stephanie Schreier
“We were looking to buy an established home first, but there was nothing we liked, so we decided to go for something new,” he said.
“Rosehill is close to where we work; Stephanie works in the Swan Valley and I work in Victoria Park. “It’s also a really nice area.” The location is not the only attraction for buyers; Rosehill Waters is being developed to achieve outstanding environmental performance and has been awarded the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s EnviroDevelopment top six-leaf rating for excellence in sustainability.
The six-leaf rating makes sure community planning is carefully blended with strong environmental performance and excellent design to create a sociable, attractive neighbourhood.
Mr Precha was also won over by the environmental features and other benefits on offer.
“It’s great, you get solar panels and an inverter,” he said.
“Fences are included, plus your gardens get looked after for 16 weeks after your home is completed.”
Environmental benefits are not the only incentives available to buyers. For a limited time, Rosehill Waters is offering firsthome buyers a special incentive to help them achieve their deposit and finance.
For every dollar a first-home buyer contributes, the developers will put in a dollar, up to $15,000 over a specific period of time.
There will be 50 lots reserved for the scheme over the three stages of the development.
Blocks will be up to 400sq m,