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  • Matt Bell
  • Daily Telegraph, Real Estate Lift Out 

 

SET in the waterfront suburb of Botany, Pemberton on the Park offers buyers a leafy lifestyle close to the city, bay and parks.

 

The Toplace project offers one, two and three-bedroom apartments with all the inner city creature comforts from as low as $500,000. The affordable price tag is helping Pemberton on the Park capture couples and young families after the inner city/eastern suburbs lifestyle on a budget.

 

Forming part of the 1000 apartment “Park Grove” precinct, Toplace general manager Larissa Mouawad said Pemberton on the Park was perfect for buyers after everything on their doorstep.

 

“Residents can open their doors to Botany’s parks, cycleways, nearby beaches, as well as the area’s growing cafe scene, organic grocers and boutique shops,” she said.

 

All apartments have a car park, outdoor terraces, floor to ceiling windows to allow for maximum light, and the upper levels have views of Botany Bay and the Sydney CBD.

 

Residences are also decked out with premium flooring and quality finishes like stone benchtops in the kitchen.

 

Pemberton on the Park is also located close to public transport, Mascot train station and has been popular with frequent flyers wanting a base close to Sydney Airport.

 

Prices for studios start at $500,000, one-bedroom apartments  $620,000 – $680,000 (1 parking), 2 bedroom apartments $825,000 – $930,000, and three-bedroom units are $1.03million – $1.145 million.

 

Visit pembertononthepark.com.au


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