1 & 2 Bedroom with Parking
In just over a decade ago, the north western suburb of Kellyville has gone from a quiet rural area to one of Sydney’s fastest growing suburbs. Kellyville may be booming but it hasn’t lost its rural charm. You can still wander down the wide suburban streets and still see farmers at work, the bush is on your doorstep and open space is plentiful.
Our Apartment are conveniently located, poised to take advantage of substantial planned future development. Neighbouring the new ‘North Village’ shopping centre, these units are within walking distance to city buses, transport, schools, and a local shopping centre.
This is amazing location is not only convenient to Castle Towers, but it also is next to direct CBD transport and near Norwest Business Park, Rouse Hill Shopping Village, and the new Northwest train line services.
North Kellyville is well on its way to becoming the long envisioned vibrant, attractive and well connected community, where people can live and work with good access to public transport, community facilities, open spaces, shops and cafes
Enliven Housing brings to market ten high quality apartments peppered throughout this stylish residential development. Enliven Housing will support Improved Liveability, Fully Accessible and High Physical Support categories in a selection of nine two‐bedroom and one bedroom apartments.
Enliven Housing incorporates adjustable benchtop kitchens, adjustable basins in bathrooms, wheelchair accessible private outdoor areas. Onsite support is available 24/7 as well as via two‐way communications with the support worker. Enliven Housing has partnered with SDA Assistive Technologies to incorporate our smart home technology offering providing tenants flexibility, independence and privacy.
The apartments are generous in size, with the highest inclusions as well as structural provisions for ceiling hoists, assistive technology ready and automatic door operators. The apartments are designed to achieve Platinum level certification under Liveable Housing Design Guidelines and meet High Physical Support design requirements under the NDIS.