Only the land and tomorrow coexist — The Gables in Northwest Sydney, a new way of life.

The recent TV series “Blossoms” has become incredibly popular, with everyone in social circles recommending it. The drama quotes a profound line from the classic American literary work “Gone with the Wind”: “Land is the only thing in the world worth working for, worth fighting for, worth dying for, because it’s the only thing that lasts.“

This conveys a concept: no matter how the world changes, the land remains constant, like the future, its value everlasting.

Indeed, owning a piece of land with perpetual rights has been a long-held dream for many. In Australia, this dream can be realized through effort.

As is well known, since the reopening of borders post-pandemic, Sydney has seen a continuous rise in its immigrant population, leading to an increased demand for housing and land. However, Sydney currently has fewer than 300,000 residential plots available for development, facing the challenge of needing over 600,000 plots to accommodate the population growth projected for the next 20 years. Over the next 15 years, Sydney’s population is expected to grow to over 6.4 million, necessitating the construction of more than 700,000 new homes. Sydneysiders are reluctantly facing the reality of having to adapt to a high-density lifestyle.

Therefore, the limited availability of land resources makes owning a piece of land or a villa all the more urgent. Currently, land development in inner Sydney is largely limited to the redevelopment of old houses into apartments, with new land becoming increasingly rare. The northwest of Sydney, as a key area planned by the government, has developed into a well-established community after nearly two decades of development. However, due to the pressure of population growth, land there has also become very sought after.

The Gables

Realtisan has been dedicated to land development in the Southwest and Northwest for many years. This time, we are excited to introduce a brand-new single-contract project, masterminded by Stockland, Australia’s third-largest property developer. This ambitious land development project is located in The Gables, Northwest Sydney, renowned for its rolling hills, lush greenery, quiet streets, and expansive spaces. With an investment of up to 4 billion USD, the project spans 330 hectares and is expected to feature 4000 residential units, including a public school and a private school, two sports fields, a 5.5-hectare town center, and a 4-hectare lake.

The master plan for this community is thrilling, brimming with amenities and a variety of projects in the pipeline. The future town center will feature a brand-new supermarket, 13 boutique stores, a diverse array of retail and dining options, as well as an upcoming childcare center.

Equally anticipated is the sister venture of Glenorie Bakery, a two-time winner of the Australian Small Business Champion Award – Bobby Bakehouse Pie Bus, set to open its doors in just a few months.

In the near future, a grand sports complex is set to break ground, featuring 2 multi-purpose sports fields, 4 multi-use courts (including barrier-free basketball, tennis, and basketball courts), a skate park, a dog park, and a playground, ensuring the recreational and leisure needs of the community residents are fully met.

The Gables is committed to creating the best lifestyle community in the area, offering convenient access for residents to nearby education, shopping, and entertainment facilities. It is also collaborating with renowned builders Transpire and Sekisui House’s quality construction firm Shawood to construct the perfect residential district.

The land value of The Gables

The Gables is part of Sydney’s second wealthiest Council, laying the foundation for the potential of land appreciation in The Gables and making it a highly valuable investment hotspot.

According to reports, The Gables ranked fifth in the appreciation records for 2022.

The vacation rental returns in The Gables

The weekly rental return in The Gables is approximately $1500 to $1700.

Transportation and travel

The community offers a complimentary bus service directly to the Metro train stations.

For commuters, both Rouse Hill Metro and Tallawong Metro train stations are conveniently located near the project. Both stations are connected to the existing Epping to Chatswood railway line, with the CBD route set to open soon. The Northconnex Tunnel links the M1 Pacific Motorway at Wahroonga to the M2 Motorway at West Pennant Hills.

A 5-minute drive will take you to Vineyard and Riverstone train stations.
A 7-minute drive will take you to Rouse Hill Metro and Tallawong Metro train stations.
A 4-minute drive will take you to Box Hill City Centre.
A 5-minute drive will take you to Rouse Hill Town Centre.

Driving is also very convenient, as the community is close to the M7 motorway. The government has implemented multiple high-speed connections for travel.

It takes approximately 40 minutes to drive to Sydney CBD.

It takes approximately 25 minutes to drive to Parramatta CBD.

Greening of the environment.

Here, whether you’re seeking investment opportunities or searching for your ideal home, you’ll discover unique advantages. Especially against the backdrop of increasingly scarce land resources, such opportunities are particularly valuable.

Realtisan looks forward to providing you with high-quality and reliable property solutions for your dream home, helping you embark on a new chapter in this place full of possibilities. Let’s step into a brighter future together.

2 comments on “Only the land and tomorrow coexist — The Gables in Northwest Sydney, a new way of life.

  1. Ravi Ram says:

    Is there a proposed train station in Gables?

    1. Marketing says:

      Hello, according to the current government plans, there is no train station.

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