Award-winning Caddens Hill opens to residents

Oct 22, 2018

Legacy Property’s master-planned residential community in Western Sydney, Caddens Hill, has hit another milestone with the first occupants set to move into the estate this month.

The award-winning development, located in the Penrith region, will welcome the residents in time for them to enjoy spring at Sydney’s newest suburb close to amenities, transport and services.

Situated on Caddens Road and O’Connell Street, just of the M4, Caddens Hill is a short distance from key infrastructure such as Western Sydney University, Nepean Hospital and Penrith City.

It is also near to the future Western Sydney Employment Lands and Western Sydney Airport, delivering the estate a high level of growth potential in the Parramatta to Penrith corridor.

Legacy Property CEO Matthew Hyder described Caddens Hill, which features new hilltop parklands and views to the Blue Mountains, as an “outstanding residential community”.

“I’m very proud of what Legacy Property has achieved at Caddens Hill,” Mr Hyder said.

“This is an area that is going to be primed for growth in the 21st century and the message I would give potential buyers is that Caddens Hill offers something for everyone.”

He said Caddens Hill was also set to benefit from being part of an area that was growing thanks to the state government’s emphasis on Western Sydney.

“It offers the convenience and connectivity that families want,” he added.

“The open space, including the completed Hilltop park with extensive views to the Blue Mountains and a 12-acre regional sports field, are to be delivered in the first half of 2019.”

Representing the latest residential estate development in the Penrith region, Caddens Hill comprises lots ranging from 300 to 600 sq m suitable for first home buyers, families and investors.

Offering 300sq m house-and-land packages for the starting price of $622,884, it is likely to capitalise particularly on the local first homebuyer market, especially from nearby Penrith and Blacktown.

Caddens Hill sales manager Geoff O’Brien said the estate was proving popular with families.

“Right from the beginning the interest and appeal here at Caddens Hill has been the proximity to all the things a family is going to need,” Mr O’Brien said.

He pointed to the development’s proximity to train stations, health care, schools, universities, TAFEs and “all the sporting and cultural attractions of the Penrith region”.

“They’re right at the doorstep,” he said.

“It’s been an amazing two or three years to have the opportunity to meet so many people who are genuinely excited about buying a new home.

“It’s been great to help those people whether they’re young people, whether they’re a growing family, or whether they’re older.”


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