Edmondson Park, about 40 kilometres from the CBD, is on track to become one of Sydney’s newest regional centres.
Already well serviced by road – the M7 and M5 converge nearby – Edmondson Park also has a train station, one of two new stops on the South West Rail Link. That’s the same line that connects the region with the rest of the Sydney rail network at Glenfield.
With all the new infrastructure, transport and employment plans in place or on the drawing board under the government’s South West Growth Centre initiative, it’s no wonder developers, too, have been busy.
The latest masterplanned community to hit the market is The Meadows, by Monarch Investments Group, a $135 million development comprising 210 three- and four-bedroom duplexes and triplexes.
The first 20 community-title house and land packages will be released for sale on April 2. Recreational facilities will include a swimming pool and playground.
Monarch chief executive Peter Icklow says most of the lots are expected to go to first-home buyers.
“We believe The Meadows is well placed to capitalise on the significant multibillion-dollar plans that are currently taking place or planned for the Edmondson Park area,” Icklow says.
The site is less than one kilometre from the Edmondson Park train station and town centre.