30 September, 2016
First home buyers have secured over 80 per cent of house and land packages in Hillside Estate’s first release along Crown Street in Riverstone. Most of the purchasers were from surrounding suburbs including Quakers Hill, Baulkham Hill and Schofields.
Twenty house and land packages have already sold, with a further 10 to be released next weekend. Land starts from $373,000 and house and land packages are priced from $609,000.
First home buyers Brittney (23) and Christian Fogliani (25) from Glendenning purchased a house and land package in Hillside Estate. Brittany said, “We liked the fact that Riverstone is an up and coming suburb, the price was right and we are close to mum and dad in Marsden Park. I was also drawn to the estate’s proximity to several schools including Richard Johnson which will be handy for our future family.”
John Castellano, Group Sales and Marketing Manager for White Square Properties said, “It is not surprising this area has been very popular with first home buyers. The prices are very affordable compared to some of the neighbouring suburbs including Box Hill, Schofields and Marsden Park. Riverstone purchasers are still accessing the same infrastructure and community facilities without the price tag.”
There is a mix of three and four bed home packages comprising single and double storey with frontages up to 12 metres. A selection of open plan living designs with contemporary facades and inclusions are available. Features include alfresco dining spaces, European appliances, walk in pantry and an ensuite to the main bedroom.
The land parcel is two kilometres from three schools – Riverstone Public School, Riverstone High School and Norwest Christian College. Riverstone train station is only three minutes from Hillside Estate. Lot sizes range from 280 sqm to 383 sqm. Home sizes are from 15 to 25 squares.
It is also located within a 10 minute commute to Riverstone train station, Rouse Hill Town Centre, Norwest Private Hospital and the future Rouse Hill train station on the North West Rail Line. Sydney’s CBD is an approximate 45 minute drive.