Breathing new life into iconic landmark

Breathing new life into iconic landmark

Situated 10km from the Perth CBD, Seven Hills in Dianella is surrounded by established communities and facilities and offers residents the chance to live on a slice of Perth’s television history.

With many schools nearby and easy access to numerous shopping centres, Satterley Chief Executive Nigel Satterley said Seven Hills was in a perfect location and would be ideal for those looking to invest in a premium, two-storey luxury lifestyle.

“There has never been anything quite like Seven Hills on the property market, and now homebuyers have the opportunity to buy a piece of Perth’s treasured history,” he said.

“With established amenities and public transport close by, buyers from retirees to young families will find their dream home site at Seven Hills.”

Seven Hills is the former site of Channel Seven studios.

After more than 55 years on the hill, the production studios and office building which were once occupied by the television network were demolished.

The site has now been transformed into an exclusive new community offering homebuyers the chance to build their dream home in an ideal location.

“We are really trying to capture the essence of what was once an iconic landmark in the design of the estate by including street names such as Broadcast Drive, Televise Crescent and Network Avenue,” Mr Satterley said.

“With amenities close by and being adjacent to bushland, Seven Hills will boast the best of community lifestyle with a glimmer of city lights.”

The boutique community currently has an 18-home display village finishing construction, with Ben Trager Homes one of the first with a display open for viewing.

Ben Trager Homes Sales and Marketing Manager Nadine Mansfield said the company’s The Galerie display offered a family-orientated design that included vast living areas and an impressive kitchen with butler’s pantry.

“This striking home exudes style with its statement black staircase which leads up into another open-plan living area,” she said.

“You will find an activity space, dedicated home theatre and balcony adjoining a foyer at the front of the spacious second storey, with three bedrooms and a family bathroom at the rear.

“Its master suite, located at the back of the ground floor and featuring a decadent freestanding bath, is nothing short of luxurious.”

Also among the 18 homes in the village is apg Homes’ Brunswick display, offering a gourmet kitchen complete with hidden scullery, wine bar and an enormous island bench.

The home fuses modern European with inner-Melbourne cafe culture to create a sophisticated urban home.

Mr Satterley said the display village would undoubtedly be the most premium display village in Perth.

“This village will give buyers the chance to walk through quality two-storey homes which will set the tone for the community,” Mr Satterley said.

The homes included in the display village have been designed by Webb & Brown-Neaves, apg Homes, Ben Trager Homes, Peter Stannard Homes, In-Vogue 2 Storey Designs, Pindan Homes, Summit Homes, Redink Homes, 101 Residential, National Homes and Perceptions.

Seven Hills currently has a variety of title lots available, ranging in size from 280-450sqm, with prices starting from $365,000.

Source: The West Australian