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Oriel: Brand new apartment for sale in Castle Hill
For Sale Brand new, Boutique residence 2- and 3-bedroom apartments in Castle Hill – Oriel: Brand new apartment for sale in Castle Hill. Luxury is ingrained in every detail of Oriel Castle Hill. From its exceptional facilities to premium finishes, this brand new, boutique residence of 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments present the standard of living that you’ve been searching for.
Construction nearly finished, move-in 2021 Aug/Sep!
Offering well-appointed and designed apartments suitable for families, downsizers, and investors alike.
- 1 bedroom Sold Out
- 2 bedroom $835,000 – $935,000 (Last 9 units)
- 3 bedroom $1,095,000 – 1,130,000 (Last 3 units left)
*There are multiple properties within each range.
Features and Finishes
Modern, premium finishes are on display within these spacious and stylish apartments designed to enhance the natural light streaming in from your private balcony.
The stunning kitchens within Oriel are fitted with premium Electrolux appliances complete with a built-in oven, fridge, and induction cooktop, entertaining family and friends in its refined layout couldn’t be easier.
The lounge and dining rooms elegantly intertwine into one expansive design, clearly defined spaces throughout the apartments provide sanctuary and privacy.
Oriel’s resident-only facilities converge at the lap pool, where the mirrored surface will reflect peace and relaxation. Cool off, then cook up at the alfresco BBQ area with its teppanyaki hotplate: perfect for summertime entertaining with family and friends.
Oriel Apartments is just 550m (or a 6-minute walk) to the newly completed and now operational Castle Hill and Hills Showground train stations forming a part of the Sydney Metro Northwest project.
Hills Showground station now has 600 commuter parking spaces available and the daily commute from Castle Hill station is only a 44-minute ride to the CBD, reducing to 35 minutes in 2024, with a train every four minutes in peak hour.
For inquiries in relation to the brand new apartment for sale in Castle Hill, please contact Nithin (0406 492 607)
Strata Levy: $720 – $750 (2-bedroom units)
$800 – $840 (3-bedroom units)
Property Location in the Map
All information is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable however we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Interested parties should rely on their own enquiries. Pictures showing the interiors of the apartments and buildings are indicative only. Changes may be made during the development and any dimensions, finishes, and specifications are subject to change without notice.
About Castle Hill
Castle Hill is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, located 30 kilometers northwest of the Sydney central business district and 9.5 kilometers north of Parramatta. It is within the Hills District region, split between the local government areas of The Hills Shire and Hornsby Shire.
Indigenous history of Castle Hill
The land that is now called Castle Hill was originally home to the Bidjigal people, who are believed to be a clan of the Dharuk people, who occupied all the land to the immediate west of Sydney. The best-known Aboriginal person from that time is Pemulwuy, a Bidjigal leader who led the resistance movement against settlers during the Hawkesbury and Nepean Wars, including sacking farms in Castle Hill, before his eventual capture and dispatch by local law enforcement.
The Bidjigal people are today commemorated by Bidjigal Reserve which straddles the suburbs of Castle Hill, Baulkham Hills, North Rocks and West Pennant Hills.
Population & Culture in Castle Hill
According to the 2016 census, there were 39,594 residents in Castle Hill. 57.8% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were China 6.8%, England 3.8%, India 3.1%, South Korea 2.3% and South Africa 1.8%. In Castle Hill 61.2% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Mandarin 8.3%, Cantonese 4.2%, Korean 3.0%, Arabic 1.7% and Persian 1.6%. The most common responses for religion in Castle Hill were Catholic 26.8%, No Religion 23.5% and Anglican 14.6%.
Castle Hill residents have a personal income that is 18.9% greater than the median national income. In March 2019, Castle Hill had a median house sale price of A$1.4 million. The suburbs north of Castle Hill have a generally higher sale price (Kenthurst, A$2.4 million; Glenhaven, A$1.5 million). Suburbs south of Castle Hill generally have a significantly lower house sale price (Baulkham Hills, A$1.1 million; Blacktown, A$683,750).
Commercial areas within Castle Hill
Castle Hill’s commercial area centres on a section of the Old Northern Road at the suburb’s eastern side. Its southern side is an older, traditional shopping strip, with the modest-sized Castle Mall shopping centre. Its northern side is dominated by the large Castle Towers shopping centre, with two department stores as well as two Event cinema multiplexes (giving a total of 16 Cinemas). A new library and community centre, with a unit apartment building on its upper floors, opened next to Castle Towers in 2004.
Work finished by the local council to convert the stretch of Old Northern Road between Castle Mall and Castle Towers, into a plaza walk way. The main traffic road has been diverted through the nearby, Terminus Street. A$900 million plan to add 80,000 square metres to the Castle Towers Shopping Centre has been approved, which will result in Castle Towers becoming the largest shopping centre in New South Wales, with a total of 190,000 square metres of active floorspace.
Castle Hill also has a light industrial area at the suburb’s western side. It is linked with the commercial area by Showground Road. The Castle Hill Showground and location of the former Hills Shire Council Chambers and Hills Centre are adjacent to this area.
Residential areas within Castle Hill
Castle Hill is a mix of low- to medium-density housing, with the exception to a few apartment complexes. In 2005 year under the NSW Housing Strategy Hume Avenue was rezoned to medium density, to allow for low rise unit, and town house developments.
The largest residential area in Castle Hill is located at the two sides of Showground Road, sandwiched between the commercial and the industrial area. Smaller residential areas are located at the east of the commercial area, as well as the suburb’s north-east (part of Hornsby Shire, separated by Old Northern Road and Castle Hill Road). These consist almost entirely of free-standing houses. Many government schools and private schools, as well as an RSL Club, are located within these areas.
To the North of Showground Road lies suburban, with approximately 1000 homes, the Samuel Gilbert Public School, Castle Glen Oval and the Knightsbridge Shopping Court. South of Showground Road, and to the east of Old Northern Road, lies the East Excelsior section of the suburb, known for its leafy streets, mature gardens and established homes on large land parcels, which is adjacent to Bidjigal Reserve. Managed by a community Trust, Bidjigal Reserve is about 186ha of bushland located within the Sydney suburbs of Castle Hill, West Pennant Hills, Beecroft, Cherrybrook, North Rocks and Baulkham Hills. There are many walking trails, and three marked tracks: Platypus loops along creeks from the entrance at Excelsior Ave; Burraga follows creeks and climbs Bald Hill from Platypus track, and the Murri Yanna begins at Aiken Road or Heidi Place and follows Darling Mills Creek to North Parramatta.
Transport facilities in Castle Hill
The bulk of Castle Hill residents own private vehicles and travel to work using these, however, bus services and the Sydney Metro Northwest run to the suburb. The area of Castle Hill is well served by private buses operated by Hillsbus which provides express services to Sydney CBD, as well as Parramatta, Pennant Hills, West Pennant Hills, Beecroft, Dural, Hornsby, Macquarie Park, Baulkham Hills, Rouse Hill, Cherrybrook and Busways, which provides services to Stanhope Gardens, Kellyville, Glenwood, Bella Vista and Blacktown. Castle Hill is served by the numerous services from Hillsbus.
The region of Castle Hill was originally serviced by the Rogans Hill railway line – a steam tram line, on 30 July 1910 to Parramatta. Major works were undertaken in 1922 to convert the line into a railway. Trains began servicing Castle Hill on 28 January 1923. In 1924, the railway line was extended beyond Castle Hill to Rogans Hill. As a cost-cutting measure, the state Labor government of Jack Lang closed the line on 31 January 1932, amid much public protest.
There have been various plans to build railway lines through the suburb but none ever progressed past the proposal stage until June 2013 when the Sydney Metro Northwest was announced by the State Government for the Hills District. Work on this commenced in 2014 and opened to the public 26 May 2019 connecting Tallawong to Chatswood via Epping. It is expected to be extended to Bankstown by 2024. Brand new apartment for sale in Castle Hill is well serviced by Transport options available in Castle Hill area.
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