Set in the idyllic surrounds of the Sutherland Shire, South Village is poised to create a new community in Sydney’s south.
Take in all the lush greenery and native scenery that the area has to offer. Explore every corner of the nearby Royal National Park, or chill out in the precinct’s 9,000 sqm of new local parkland and landscaped private gardens. Catch a train to catch the waves of the Shire’s iconic Cronulla Beach, only 12 minutes away.
Everything is on your doorstep at South Village. Enjoy the unrivalled convenience of a brand new shopping centre downstairs, with Coles and Aldi supermarkets, childcare centre, and 27 specialty retailers. The village precinct will also include an array of cafés and restaurants.
New Release Now Selling South Village’s luxury oversized residences include elegant finishes, contemporary appliances, and abundant storage. Take in breathtaking 180-degree views of Botany Bay, Sydney CBD, the Royal National Park, or Cronulla Beach.
Enjoy an urban lifestyle amidst the Sutherland Shire’s natural wonders. Situated only a 180m walk to Kirrawee station, South Village offers you easy access to the wider Sydney region – reaching the CBD and Sydney Airport in little over half an hour by train.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity: a residence with a welcoming community, bustling retail precinct, and an unrivalled quality of life.
Deicorp builds the properties that help build communities. Since 1999 this Australian-owned developer has been committed to delivering quality infrastructure that revitalises Sydney’s rising suburbs. Clever, connected, affordable and accessible, a Deicorp residence is ideal for singles, couples, growing families, downsizers, and smart investors.
the Sydney region
6,000+apartments and still counting
3,000+apartments under construction
150,000+sqm and counting of retail and commercial
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