D631/14-16 Hill Road, Wentworth Point

Property type Apartment
House size 63 sqm
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Priced from $660,000

Live the dream in Wentworth Point

Off-the-plan apartment D631 on level 6 in Sanctuary by Sekisui House is superbly designed with a generous-open plan living area and sleek kitchen. The landmark development has been designed to offer its residents a rare and luxurious way of life where the precinct's natural surroundings - wetlands, rivers and parks - come together.

The spacious bedroom enjoys its own private west-facing balcony, where views of nearby Millennium Parklands can be enjoyed against deluxe sunsets. The bathroom features a frameless shower, vanity with storage and vitreous china toilet.

Life at the Landing offers the best of both worlds, with its northerly aspect capitalising on views of the Parramatta River, integrated with generous park spaces for residents to enoy.

Make D631 your home in 2020!


  • Sydney Olympic Park Wharf on your door step
  • 50 minute ferry ride to Circular Quay
  • 30 minute ferry ride to Parramatta
  • Bennelong Bridge to Rhodes train station and shopping centre minutes away
  • Proposed Light Rail at your doorstep
  • Close proximity to future marina, cafes and restaurants
  • Neighbouring Sydney Olympic Park facilities and business hub
  • Timeless and purposefully designed apartments
  • Peninsula living at its finest
  • Strong investment and growth prospects
  • Walking distance to new school - Wentworth Point Public School


  • Air conditioning
  • Intercom
  • Built in Wardrobes
  • Broadband internet access
  • Dishwasher
  • Internal Laundry
  • Gas
  • Balcony
  • Luxury Fisher & Paykel appliances

View the floorplan

Availability Construction status House area
For sale Off the plan 63 sqm

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