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A very well-connected apartment project, One the Waterfront sits just off Homebush Bay in Wentworth Point. The recently completed apartments come in one, two and three-bedroom configurations.
A recently completed apartment development in Wentworth Point, One the Waterfront has a distinct design with a bridge connecting the rooftop entertainment areas of the dual-building project. With a wide range of facilities and in a central location, the project is perhaps ideal for professionals and downsizers.
There are a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments still remaining for sale at One the Waterfront. All of the apartments have fibre optic connections and Urmet technology to ensure high-speed connectivity. They also have stone benchtops, gold fittings, mirrored splashbacks and wool carpets. The apartments have views over the nearby bay, surrounding parklands or the Sydney CBD skyline.
One the Waterfront is in a very well-connected location. Residents can make use of buses, ferries and trains to get in and out of the Sydney CBD and surrounds. Most will take no more than 30 minutes even in peak hour traffic.
As construction is complete, interested buyers can view the apartments remaining for sale. To make an appointment to do so, please use the enquiry form below.
Construction on One the Waterfront is complete.
Located at 16 Amalfi Drive, Wentworth Point, One the Waterfront sits one block back from Homebush Bay (or The Flats, as some locals know it). Sitting inside a residential and commercial hub, residents will find restaurants and cafes less than 100 meters from the front door of the development. If you want to go further afield for food and shopping, residents can drive four minutes down the road to Marina Square, which is home to 45 different restaurants, cafes and shops.
There are plenty of places for active residents to access nearby. At the end of the street residents will find the Millennnium Parklands and Newington Nature Reserve. Both parklands are home to extensive bike and walking trails. Seven minutes drive down the road will put residents at the Sydney Showgrounds and ANZ Stadium, along with a number of other athletic facilities.
If residents have children, then it’s just a stroll down the road to Wentworth Point Public School. A number of high schools are also within the surrounding area: Marsden High School, Homebush Buys High School, Riverside Girls High School, Trinity Catholic College, Auburn Girls High School and Ryde Secondary College are are less than 15 minutes from Sanctuary.
Residents at One the Waterfront have access to a variety of communal facilities. This includes a lagoon pool, indoor lap pool, gym, and tennis courts for those who feel like burning off a little energy. If residents feel like something a little more sedate, there is also an outdoor theater, lounge, dining and entertainment areas, along with garden areas throughout the roof of both buildings (connected by a bridge).
The onsite Bay Park is also worth checking out. Covering 5,000 sqm, residents have access to running tracks and walkways, parklands, a rain garden, children’s playground, outdoor fitness stations, and BBQ areas.
For the full range of available floor plans, please enquire below.
One the Waterfront is has been developed by Piety Group. A Sydney-based developer and construction company with a number of projects under their belt, including View Rockdale and Bay Pavilions in Lane Cove.