JWLand, developer of luxury apartment brand Campbell 5, officially entered the residential townhouse market in Canberra this week with the release of a new development project,
Evergreen in Coombs.
Situated at the corner Colbung and Fairhall Streets, Evergreen will deliver 50 premium 2, 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses and include landscaped green spaces and a fully-equipped residents’ BBQ area with shaded seating.
The 8,436 square metre site is less than 900m away from Charles Weston Primary School and in close proximity to the new Coombs Shopping Centre and neighbouring health and wellbeing facility which on completion, will include a medical centre, a childcare centre and a gym.
JWLand’s entry to the residential townhouse market is in response to diverse demand in the Canberra property market and reflects the developer’s commitment to improving housing affordability.
“We saw this site as a great opportunity to deliver high quality homes at an affordable price,” said Michael Prendergast, Head of Development for JWLand in the ACT.
“Evergreen is designed to cater to a range of household types and budgets.
“The project includes a mix of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses with ample storage and indoor and outdoor living space to accommodate the needs of growing families,” said Prendergast.
The homes include north-facing indoor and outdoor living areas that have been designed to optimise solar access to provide greater thermal comfort.
Each residence comes complete with its own private, landscape designed courtyard suitable for outdoor play or entertaining.
“A great deal of thought has gone into the design and landscaping of the homes,” said Prendergast.
“We’ve carefully selected materials, finishes and fixtures for their timeless quality, functionality and durability.”
Evergreen features Miele appliances, double glazing to all windows and glass sliding doors, stone benchtops, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning and individual lock-up garages with internal access.
Construction on the project has commenced and is expected to be completed in early 2018.
Click here to visit the project website.