Ryde精品联排别墅：Badajoz Road Ryde
Ryde is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Ryde is located 13 km north-west of the Sydney central business district and 8 km east of Parramatta. Ryde is the administrative centre of the local government area of the City of Ryde and part of the Northern Suburbs area. It lies on the north bank of the Parramatta River.
Top Ryde City Shopping Centre
Top Ryde is an unofficial locality within Ryde, which contains the commercial area of the suburb, centred on the intersection of Devlin Street and Blaxland Road. Top Ryde City is a major shopping centre located on the intersection of Devlin Street and Blaxland Road, including Woolworths、Myer、Big W、JB HiFi、Aldi、Franklins. The original Top Ryde shopping centre on this site was the second of its type to be built in Australia.
Infrastructure and Environment
The Ryde Bridge links Ryde south to Rhodes, over the Parramatta River. State Transit operate a number of services in Ryde including:
M41 - Marsfield via Lane Cove Road
Hurstville via Campsie
M52 - Sydney CBD via Victoria Road (limited stops)
Parramatta via Ermington
287 - Milsons Point via Lane Cove (Weekday AM peak service)
458 - Burwood via Concord Hospital & Strathfield
500 - Sydney CBD via Rozelle
501 - Sydney CBD via Victoria Road & Pyrmont
507 - Sydney CBD via Putney and Victoria Road
Macquarie Centre via North Ryde Shops
515 - Sydney CBD via Victoria Road
Eastwood via Denistone
518 - Sydney CBD via Victoria Road
Macquaire Centre via Denistone East
520 - Sydney CBD via Victoria Road
Parramatta via Ermington
The main closest train station for the access to Ryde is West Ryde railway station which is on the North Shore, Northern & Western Line of the Sydney Trains network.
Schools in Ryde include government schools such as Ryde Secondary College (formerly Malvina High School) and Ryde Public School, Tucker Street, which is heritage-listed. It also includes a few private schools such as Holy Cross College and Northcross Christian School. The German International School Sydney operated in Ryde from 1992 to 2008 and moved to Terrey Hills in August 2008.
Places of worship
Ryde contains St Anne's Anglican Church, Church Street, which has the grave of Maria Ann Sherwood Smith, in whose orchards the Granny Smith apple was first found. Every year, in the suburb of Eastwood, the Granny Smith Festival is held in her honour. The church was built in 1826 and extended in later years. It was a central feature in the early life of the area and is now listed on the Register of the National Estate. Church Street is also the location of Ryde Wesley Uniting Church. C3 Church Ryde is located on Blaxland Road.
Parks and recreation
Santa Rosa Park is located between Quarry Road and Bridge Road. It features a separated pathway for walking and bike riders. Shrimptons Creek runs through the park in a north-easterly direction flowing into the Lane Cove River. The park is used for football and cricket. Gannan Park was once a quarry and brickworks and is accessed from Buna Court, Minga Street and McAuley Park.
Ryde Pool was home to water polo events for the Sydney Olympics, held in 2000. The pool is now owned by Ryde City Council.
Construction of a 4 New Villa Houses
3 Badajoz Road Ryde is a straigh forward development opportunity. The properties are quick to build and sell. High demand for villas in the Ryde area will ensure quick sales at top prices.
Type of Development：Complying Development CDC - Villa House
Address：3 Badajoz Road Ryde, Ryde NSW
Project size：Construction of a 4 New Villa Houses
Price guide：$1,350,000 - $1,500,000
Estimate of completion date：March 2019
Project comparison and market analysis
Both the Ryde District and the project itself are low-risk for investors. As can be seen from the recent market value of similar properties as follows, the market value of a similar villa is at least over $1,500,000.
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