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At Frasers Property Australia's Discovery Point, people are not the only residents enjoying the picturesque outdoor surroundings of the Wolli Creek community. Pets are too.
While apartment living is not typically pet friendly. Discovery Point is different - it has been designed to encourage an outdoor lifestyle for residents and their furry friends.
Nigel Edgar, General Manager - Residential NSW, Frasers Property Australia, says the dynamic of the family is changing and Frasers Property is building communities to meet evolving needs.
"Discovery Point reflects our emphasis on building communities for residents and their families, including their precious pets, to create an inclusive environment for families of all shapes and sizes to enjoy," says Mr Edgar.
"Pets are a very important part of people's lives and we're consciously building our communities to encourage pet owners to feel welcome."
At Discovery Point, dogs are playing a key role in their owners' social lives, ensuring residents remain active and more likely to speak with other dog owners.
"Walking around the community with your pet not only does great things for your health, it helps you meet other residents. You'll even find most coffee shops have a water bowl for dogs," says Mr Edgar.
For residents Jane and Roger, living in a pet friendly community was a must when looking for their new home.
"Our little 13 year old dog has adapted to apartment living well. We take her down to the park every day," says Jane.
Jane says it's nice to see the community thriving with other residents and their dogs too.
"Quite often, I'll look onto the park and notice about 30 people playing with their dogs. You can tell they're having a good time just being outside."
With 9 hectares of parklands at Discovery Point, Jane, Roger and their dog like to make the most of the green spaces and surrounding walkways.
"On weekends, we like to take the dog for a walk up the Cooks River which is really accessible from here," says Jane.
With apartments remaining for sale in ICON at Discovery Point, there are still opportunities for people - and their pets - to enjoy the Discovery Point lifestyle.
One bedroom apartments in ICON are priced from $710,000 to $750,000 while two bedroom apartments are priced from $870,000 to $1,050,000 and three bedroom apartments are priced from $1,150,000 to $1,375,000.
For further information about the Discovery Point lifestyle and what's on offer, contact Frasers Property on 13 38 38, visit www.discoverypoint.com.au or drop into the Discovery Point Sales and Display Office at 8 Brodie Spark Drive, Wolli Creek, open daily from 11am to 5pm.