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Hurstville Centre Huge Size One Bed Apartment for Sale

378 Forest Rd, Hurstville NSW 2220, Australia


378-384 Forest Road, Hurstville, Hurstville, NSW, Australia

Property Information

Bed: 1+      Bath:  1     Car:  1


Settlement Date:Late 2017

Property type:Apartment


Property Address:807/380 Forest Rd Hurstville

Property status:Off-the-plan

Building Size:93

Property level(total levels):9 (13)

Developer: Icon Construction Group

Floor plan

One bed, one media, one bath and one car space(807)

Internal:61 sqm

External:5 sqm

Total size:66 sqm

Aspect:North East

Suburb Introduction

Hurstville is a suburb in southern Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is 16 kilometres south of the Sydney Central Business District and is part of the St George area. Hurstville is the administrative centre of the local government area of the Georges River Council.

Hurstville has become a central business district for the southern suburbs of Sydney. It is a large, multiethnic suburb with a multitude of commercial buildings and high-rise residential buildings dominating the skyline. Hurstville’s residential developments are a mixture of low-density housing, medium-density flats, and high-density apartment buildings. As a commercial centre, it features branches of many retail shops as well as numerous banks and other financial institutions.

Hurstville railway station is a major station on the Illawarra line of the Sydney Trains network. All Suburban and all Intercity trains stop at Hurstville. Hurstville is 20 minutes from Sydney Central railway station on the express service. Hurstville is a major bus interchange with bus services departing from Forest Road and Ormonde Parade. Hurstville is also serviced by St George Community Transport, a HACC funded transport service for the Frail Aged, people with disability and their carers.


Shopping and Entertainment

Hurstville’s commercial area is centred on the main street, Forest Road, on the northern side of Hurstville Railway station. The commercial developments also extend to surrounding streets concentrated from Queens Road to The Avenue and on the southern side of Hurstville Railway station, around Ormonde Parade. The commercial developments extend further along Forest Road, west towards Penshurst and east towards Bexley.

Hurstville has two major shopping centres: Westfield Hurstville and Hurstville Central

Westfield Hurstville is the largest shopping centre in the St George area. It is built over three blocks and stretches from Forest Road over Crofts Street, Park Road to The Avenue. Major stores in the centre includes Aldi, Coles, Woolworths, Kmart, Big W, Target, JB HI-FI, Rebel Sport and EVENT Cinemas. Westfield Hurstville has recently undergone redevelopment in 2015, following the closure of Myer in early 2015.[9] Hurstville Central (formerly Hurstville Super Centre) is a small shopping centre on top of Hurstville Railway station. The centre had undergone total refurbishment in 2008 and features 2,700m2 Coles supermarket and around 38 speciality stores. It links Forest Road with Ormonde Parade.

The administrative offices of the City of Hurstville are located in the Hurstville Civic Centre in MacMahon Street. This street also features a number of historic buildings such as the Friendly Pharmacy, old Fire Station, Ritz Hotel and the St George Regional Museum, which houses the cake decorating collection formerly held at the Australian Cakes and Sugar Art Museum. Hurstville City Library is located nearby on Queens Road.




Hurstville Adventist Primary School, Hurstville

Hurstville Public School, Hurstville

Hurstville South Public School, Hurstville

St Mary’s Star of the Sea Primary School, Hurstville

Bethany College, Hurstville

Georges River College Hurstville Boys Campus, Hurstville

Danebank School, Hurstville

St George Christian School, Hurstville

Property Features

With 93 architecturally designed apartments set above innovative retail and commercial premises, the entire building is wrapped in metallic materials and frosted glass to create a striking statement in design.

intelligently placed aluminium louvres add privacy and shade while a palette of evocative deep colours complement the modern industrial aesthetic. With welcoming gardens, a plush foyer reminiscent of a hotel lobby and manicured communal areas, richgate is set to become an iconic landmark in this highly sought after area.

With particular attention placed on functionality and comfort, intelligent layouts create an
immediate sense of light and space. all apartments have at least one bedroom leading directly to a balcony – enhancing visual space and facilitating superior cross flow ventilation. Living areas are completed with natural timber floors and/or tiles throughout, while bedrooms feature soft, comfortable carpets and spacious built in wardrobes.

On the 10th floor is a lush communal courtyard with landscaped gardens and BBQ facilities.
Perfect for entertaining or meeting new friends – or simply enjoying the luxurious surrounds
and spectacular views to the City and Botany Bay. Direct lift access from reserved underground parking adds convenience and security. there are ample parking spots for your visitors as well as large storage areas and a car wash bay.

  • Address: 378 Forest Rd
  • City: Hurstville
  • State/county: New South Wales
  • Zip/Postal Code: 2220
  • Country: Australia


Updated on November 9, 2017 at 6:03 pm

  • Property ID: 124218962
  • Price: $730,000
  • Property Size: 66 m²
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Garage: 1
  • Property Type: Apartment/Unit, House & Package, Townhouse
  • Property Status: Off The Plan, Resale

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Mark Lee
Mark Lee
(02) 8385 3209

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