They already have a popular rooftop cinema, private spa, sauna, indoor lap pool and gym. Now residents at Capital Bluestone’s Woolooware Bay waterfront community can look forward to even more sky-high resort-style living, with the latest release of luxury apartments.
Just minutes from the famed Cronulla Beach in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire, Stage 3 at Woolooware Bay is designed by award-winning architects Turner.
The 15-level flagship building in this release – Crest – introduces a ‘wave’ element on the façade accentuated by bronze detailing. Crest has been so popular with the locals on release that the Links building has been fast-tracked to market.
Crest delivers a knock out feature for all members of the Woolooware Bay community – access to a private, residents-only rooftop infinity pool with private cabanas which commands views over the water back to the stunning CBD skyline. An accompanying pool club will include luxurious lounge and dining spaces, a full catering kitchen, barbecues, and full-length windows to lap up the scenery.
If the rooftop pool is not enough, residents at Woolooware Bay will have three different swimming pools to choose from. The Deck lagoon pool with landscaped deck and barbeque area will be completed in the second quarter of this year and the centre Club in Stage 1 already includes an indoor lap pool along with spa, sauna, and gym.
The Links apartments, which come with secure parking, have been cleverly designed to maximise natural light and views, with some overlooking Woolooware Golf Club’s fairways.
Elsewhere within the 10-hectare community, a restored waterfront foreshore with a ‘Livvi’s Place’ inclusive playground, neighbourhood café, walking and bike paths add to the active lifestyle offering.
“The facilities at Woolooware Bay are one of the stand out features of the community. There is simply nowhere like it in this area that provides access to so many different lifestyle benefits – whether it’s the spaces we’re building – like the pools or cinema areas – or those we’re connecting in with like the unprecedented access we’ll provide to a restored foreshore that will include playgrounds, cycleways and walking paths,” said Capital Bluestone Managing Director Ben Fairfax.
Stage 3 of Woolooware Bay includes one, two, and three-bedroom premium apartments, all with car parking.
Remaining apartments in Stage 3 range from $620,000 for a one-bedroom apartment with utility room to $1,850,000 for a three-bedroom apartment with utility room and large balcony, a North-Easterly aspect, and uninterrupted city views across the water.
Those looking for even more luxury will soon get to choose from the penthouse in Crest or the Grove Terraces, nine larger two-storey, three-bedroom homes, which include ground-floor gardens and upper-floor balconies.
This most recent release has been long-awaited by buyers keen to become part of the Woolooware Bay lifestyle. The first building of Stage 3 – Pier – sold out all 55 apartments shortly after release in late 2014. Residents moved into Stage 1 in December 2016, while Stage 2 – Landings and Cove – will welcome new residents in April of this year.
Mr Fairfax says the diverse range of housing options and price points made Stage 3 at Woolooware Bay an ideal option for buyers from every stage of life.
“We’re seeing The Sutherland Shire undergo a major revitalisation, which means there is a bright future ahead for the area and strong growth prospects,” he says. “So, this is an opportunity to buy into the area and be part of that story and a re-energised community.”
Ian Bennett, Director of Residential at Colliers International, says; “Woolooware Bay continues to prove that well-designed, well-located and well-priced property with something as unique as the many different amenities and conveniences on offer, will maintain their appeal.”
“The remaining stock appeals to everyone in the Shire – from your son or daughter getting into the market, through to Mum and Dad looking to right-size, and executive couples and investors looking for something at an affordable price so close to the beach. Larger apartments will even suit those looking to accommodate their parents.”
“When you consider that it’s just minutes from Cronulla Beach, but without that price tag, it’s a no brainer,” he said.
Located on a waterfront site neighbouring the stadium and headquarters of landowner Cronulla Sutherland Leagues Club (Cronulla Sharks), the project encompasses 643 apartments set within a resort-style, town centre environment.
The community will also include a new shopping centre precinct with major household anchor brands and a range of casual and fine dining options.
For more information register your interest at www.wooloowarebay.com.au Display suite at 471 Captain Cook Drive, Woolooware Bay, please see the website for opening hours.
Sales agent and contact: Colliers International 1800 088 800
Display suite address: 471 Captain Cook Drive, Woolooware Bay
(includes full two-bedroom display apartment)
Opening Hours: Daily 11am-4pm (except public holidays)
Transport options: 6 minutes from Woolooware Bay and Caringbah Train Station. 9 minutes from Cronulla Train Station via bus 985, which also runs direct through to Miranda.
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