Introducing Stella on Hannell, located in the heart of Newcastle’s thriving West End. Comprising two residential towers offering a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with many boasting some of the best uninterrupted views of Newcastle Harbour and City.
These beautifully designed homes with unmatched harbour views are a result of careful and thoughtful planning. Newcastle is one of the most visually stunning places in the world so the developers have made sure you can take in as much of it as possible. Hence the reason the double tower design which allows you to experience uninterrupted views of the harbour and the city. Partnered with exceptional design and quality construction, the aim is to create homes that you'll never want to leave.
One of the best parts of Stella is undeniably the views across this beautiful city. That's why we've built a rooftop for residents to enjoy. With multiple seating areas and pergola style awnings, we've designed a decadent rooftop area for sunny days and starry nights
The property will suit first home buyers, investors and owner occupiers due to its excellent location and modern facilities.
Location - All About Lifestyle
Sit back, relax and take in what Newcastle's working harbour has to offer. Whether it's the rustic beauty of large ships making their way to port, or gigantic cruise liners dropping of the next fleet of travellers to experience our city - you'll enjoy it with cold drinks and delicious food at the array of cafes lining the waterfront.
Newcastle Interchange is a new, fully accessible, multi-modal transport interchange located at Wickham, west of Stewart Avenue. It is the new major transport hub for the city and the Hunter, linking trains, buses, taxis, kiss and ride facilities, and from early 2019, Newcastle Light Rail.
Merewether where four-time world champion surfer Mark Richards learnt to surf! In 2018 Merewether was named Australia's best city beach in an annual wrap-up of the nation's best stretches of coast, beating iconic locations like Bondi Beach and Surfers Paradise.
Enjoy the fresh air as you take a walk down Newcastle's Hunter Street Mall. Boutique stores are interspersed with cafes, and shops to meet your everyday needs, such as newsagents and chemists. You can usually count on some musical accompaniment to go with your shopping, with the Mall a favourite location for buskers.
The University of Newcastle's $75 million new campus on Hunter Street boasts state of the art technology and innovative design, where students and the University community can take in the breathtaking views from every lecture room while utilising the latest technology in higher education.
Nobby's beach is a short stroll from the heart of Newcastle's East End, a hub of independent shops and eateries. Take a walk along the breakwall and take in the view of Fort Scratchley and the iconic lighthouse. Support the local surf club on a Sunday afternoon when they open their doors with food and drink. The beach is patrolled year-round.Read More