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Majors Bay

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1 Northcote St, Mortlake, New South Wales 2137

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Kissed by sparkling blue waters, Majors Bay, a brand new residential community, is one of the last hidden pockets on Sydney Harbour.

Kissed by sparkling blue waters, Majors Bay is one of the last hidden pockets on Sydney Harbour. A brand new leafy residential community in the Inner West, located alongside the prestigious suburb of Breakfast Point

BYRON at Majors Bay is a new residential development offering a premium mix of luxury designer 1 and 2 bedroom apartments.

Offering luxury lakeside living, in the heart of Sydney’s Inner West, Majors Bay overlooks the water foreshores across to Yaralla Estate – a historic, untouched headland.

Designed by Turner, one of Australia’s leading architects, the apartments capture multiple aspects welcoming an abundance of natural light, floor to ceiling door, oversized balconies and landscape courtyard outlook.

Interiors inspired by lake house qualities, include premium finishes and fixtures such as stone bench tops with copper detailing and German appliances.

Buildings adjoin through private landscaped gardens, equipped with communal barbeques and seating for the whole family to enjoy. 38 kilometres of foreshore reserve and waterside walkways allow residents to make the most of the lakeside lifestyle.

  • Located in Sydney’s Inner West only 14 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD
  • Minutes to Concord and Five Dock villages and neighbouring Tennyson and Majors Bay Roads, home to thriving café cultures complete with supermarkets and medical facilities
  • Surrounded by community parks and playgrounds, Massey Park Golf Club, Concord Golf Club and Cabarita Swimming Centre
  • Many private, public and religious schools are available within the surrounding suburbs of Strathfield, Burwood, Concord and Five Dock
  • Short drive to Burwood Westfield, Rhodes Waterside Shopping Centre, Strathfield and Olympic Park
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