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This Saturday will see the grand opening of a brand new display townhome at Ed.Square,The Dakota, and to celebrate the 96.9FM Nova Casanovas will be on hand to create a party atmosphere with music, prizes and giveaways, as well as free coffee from the Nova Casanova Coffee Cart until 2pm.
Frasers Property Australia is inviting the community to Ed.Square from 11am on June 1 to join in the fun and get a first glimpse of the stunning Dakota design, which showcases the best in contemporary urban living with generous open plan living spaces that merge with the beauty of Ed.Square’s natural surroundings.
Ed.Square’s own Daily Bean café will be offering a range of specials for visitors on the day including $5 crepes, while the Ed.Square experts will be on hand to provide guided tours.
“It’s going to be a great day on Saturday and we encourage everyone keeping an eye on the game-changing community at Ed.Square to come along,” says Dino Carulli, Sales & Marketing Director, Frasers Property Australia.
“We’re proud to launch a new townhome designed specifically to mirror the wider community being created at Ed.Square, which means it offers contemporary urban living with a focus on smart use of space, sophisticated design and natural beauty,” he says.
The Dakota is a spacious three-bedroom, two bathroom and two-car garage townhome set over three levels. Entry is via the ground floor, where there’s plenty of storage, a full bathroom and double sliding doors leading to the first bedroom, while the first floor offers an open plan and light-filled living areas that seamlessly flows to the outdoor entertaining terrace.
A collection of Dakota townhomes are now for sale within close proximity to the bustling Ed.Square Town Centre, stage one of which is under construction and due for completion in the second half of 2020. The townhomes are priced from $700,000 - $747,000.
“The Dakota townhome has been designed with lifestyle and flexibility in mind, with its spacious three-bedroom layout set over three levels to allow families to use the space however they like,” Mr Carulli says.
“The flexible floorplan appeals to people at every stage of life, from families to young professionals, couples and empty-nesters. A bedroom located on the ground floor would suit a teenager or could provide in-law accommodation, making it perfect for multi-generational living.”
“Buyers who don’t require the extra bedroom could use the space as a second living area or home office. With the Dakota, like the rest of Ed.Square, we’re offering people real choice.”
Natalie Sithisin and Eugene Dictado are already living at Edmondson Park and had no plans to move from the new house they built two years ago but were intrigued by the new Ed.Square mixed-use community a few kilometres away.
Their friends had purchased a home in another Frasers Property community, Fairwater at Blacktown, and Natalie and Eugene were aware of Frasers Property’s reputation for quality-built homes.
“We literally went to Ed.Square just to have a look. I didn’t have any intention to buy at all,” explains Natalie.
But once they arrived at the Ed.Square sales office and display village, Eugene fell in love with the masterplan for the new community. He especially liked the idea of living close to a thriving town centre where everything they needed would be within walking distance to their home.
“Seeing the commercial development side of it and the shops really appealed to Eugene. He liked being close to the Town Centre and being able to walk to everything, instead of having to get in the car and drive,” says Natalie, who will benefit from the connectivity provided by the on-site train station.
“I catch the train all over Sydney for work and now I have to drive to Ingleburn train station and park before catching the train. Soon, I will be able to walk from our new home to Edmondson Park train station.”
They purchased a four-bedroom townhome and Natalie says having researched property prices in other parts of Sydney, it represents excellent value for money.
She says buying a townhome has taken the hard work out of the building process and she can choose the finishes based on the display homes they inspected, making the whole process simpler than when they built their first home.
Their townhome is anticipated to be completed in the second half of 2020, coinciding with the opening of the first stage of Ed.Square Town Centre.
“The on-site facilities and the shops are definitely what drew us to Ed.Square,” says Natalie. “It will be great to just walk wherever we want to go.”
Ed.Square offers a variety of home styles and floorplans for sale adjacent to the Ed.Square town centre will provide a shopping, dining and entertainment precinct incorporating an Eat Street, fresh food market place, Event Cinemas, childcare centre, waterplay area, 24-hour gym, tavern, healthcare facilities and Coles supermarket.
Ed.Square will be serviced by convenient bus and train links to Parramatta and Sydney CBD, with easy access to Sydney’s main roads and Western Sydney Airport close by. It is a 45-minute train journey from Edmondson Park railway station to Central Station.