Display suite located at 5-7 Peake Parade, Peakhurst
''Most people think our job is to just build a home and it is, but for us it is more than just the bricks we lay and the timber we cut. We know that so many families will call these 'Buildings' home and with that, we make it our main focus every step of the way that we create that home for them'' - Builder
- Boutique block of only 13 which includes high-quality finishes throughout - A range of spacious 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments - Versatile floor plan, with multiple living options - Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and stone benchtops - High-quality bathrooms featuring floor to ceiling tiles - Well presented bedrooms with built-ins, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments offers en-suite for master - Within close proximity to schools, shops, local eateries and Riverwood Train Station - Constructed by the renowned "Buitlex Group" - link to website - http://www.builtex.com.au/
Estimated commencement of construction: July 2020
Estimated date of completion: July 2021
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