Lower prices at Finbar’s Sabina apartments in Applecross


An artist’s impression of Finbar’s Sabina apartments development that will be launched next year.
An artist’s impression of Finbar’s Sabina apartments development that will be launched next year.

FINBAR’s new Sabina apartment development in Applecross will offer an affordable option for homeowners looking to live in the sought-after riverside suburb.

The 30-storey project at 908 Canning Highway is stage one of Finbar’s three-stage Canning Bridge development.

It will include 180 luxury one, two and three-bedroom apartments.

Finbar chief operations officer Ronald Chan said Sabina Apartments would provide a variety of living options to suit a range of different purchasers at a significant discount to the median price point for a house in the area.

“This development provides an opportunity for families, couples and younger buyers to purchase in an area that would otherwise be unattainable for them,” he said.

“It offers older residents already living in the area the ability to downsize while maintaining the luxury lifestyle they are used to in the area they love.”

Prices start from $410,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, $590,000 for a two-bedroom apartment and $870,000 for a three-bedroom apartment.

The development’s amenities will include a 25m heated lap pool and poolside cabana, landscaped podium decks, gym, sauna, games area with pool table and table tennis, cinematic and media hub, private dining room with full kitchen facilities and wellness room with massage table.

There will also be a studio apartment that can be booked for visiting guests, business lounge with meeting table, work desks, kitchenette and internet access for private business use, and an acoustically treated music room with piano, music stands and seating for individuals and small groups to practise and play.

Other features include an electric car charging station, car-wash bay, car-share program, concierge and building manager, and lobby with dry and cool storage for general and grocery deliveries.

The location is attractive and convenient; 7km from the CBD and close to riverfront walking and cycle paths, public transport, the freeway, Raffles Hotel complex, Heathcote Reserve, schools, sporting facilities, food outlets, small shops and Garden City shopping centre.

The project will be launched in 2018.

For more information or to register your interest go to www.sabinaapplecross.com.au.

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