Townhomes on Lavender
Townhomes on Lavender is a modern and exclusive development conveniently located in a sought-after area of Kellyville, with great schools, parks and recreation facilities in close proximity. Designed for families, investors or anyone looking for modern and low maintenance living, Townhomes on Lavender has 2.7 m high ceilings with open plan spaces.
Close to major shopping centres such as Castle Towers, Rouse Hill Town Centre and within walking distance to Kellyville Plaza, these new townhomes are less than 5kms away from three metro stations. With easy access to bus routes and only minutes away from the M2 and M7 motorways, it is a central yet quiet location suitable for all kinds of buyers.
- No strata fees to pay
- Solar powered system
- Security and alarm system
- Beautifully landscaped gardens
- Remote controlled garage with adjoining carport
- Polyurethane kitchens with 40 mm Caesarstone benchtops
- 900 mm Smeg electric oven and gas cooktop
- Generous room sizes with 2.7m high ceilings
- Tiled downstairs
- Carpet upstairs
- Ensuite and WIR to master bedroom
- Ample storage space
What is the difference between a Strata and Torrens Title property?
A Torrens Title property is one where the purchaser owns both the house and the land on which it is built. This is the most traditional form of ownership and means that you become the sole owner of the property. You are responsible for the property’s upkeep, both inside and outside on the block of land.
A property such as a villa, townhouse or unit, however, is usually purchased under Strata. When you buy one of these properties, there are ‘common areas’ that are used by all of the people living in the complex or apartment block including driveways and gardens, which require collective maintenance through an Owners Corporation, because they are shared.
Townhomes on Lavender are all Torrens Title properties and therefore require no strata payments.
Solar powered systems
A solar system reduces electricity usage, energy bill costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Solar energy outputs an average of 25 kwh/day or 9,000.00 kwh/year, which equals to an average savings of $200/month or $2500/year. Every kwh produced by the solar system can replace the kwh that would otherwise come from the grid, therefore producing free electricity.