The Warriston stands proudly on its namesake street in Brighton. Featuring a contemporary architectural design and prime location, this development is set to maintain its status as a local landmark for years to come.
One of Brighton’s strongest calling cards is its proximity to beautiful beaches, and The Warriston maximises this. Step outside the front door, take a short stroll down Bay Street, and you will find yourself on the sands of Brighton’s iconic beach, home to the famous Brighton Beach Boxes. The bright colours are a definitive example of the vibrancy of the suburb.
Feeling peckish or fancy a tipple?
At the heart of Brighton lies the famed Church Street - the cultural centre of this beachside suburb only moments from The Warriston. Dotted throughout is a collection of some of Melbourne’s best retailers, including Mimco, Wood Frog Bakery, Lululemon and Seed Heritage. A round of well-deserved retail therapy will surely leave you a little peckish.
Pop into Cucina & Co for reliably good Sicilian food offering excellent homemade pasta. While you’re there, check out their fearsome three-tonne wood-fired pizza oven that landed the establishment the title of ‘best pizza restaurant in Victoria’ 2017. On the corner of Bay and New Streets, you will find Aromi. Showcasing a well-credentialed chef and sommelier, you will quickly find your happy place through the deeply sensational, supplier-led contemporary Italian fares. If something a little more casual is more to your liking, swing by Rock Salt. The street-side tables offer a chance to people-watch while you enjoy the extensive menu of pizzas, pasta and bistro staples.
As the sun starts its descent into the horizon, why not pay Mr & Mrs P a visit? This street-level bar features an upstairs dining hall and beer garden with an impressive cocktail list. The intimate dining room offers fantastic food meant for sharing and is the perfect venue for a date night. The nearby Brighton Hotel spans three impressive levels with a front bar serving tank beer, local wine and cocktails. Plus, there’s a hidden rooftop terrace that is perfect for long-awaited catch-ups with friends and family. In fact, why not stay out a little longer? After all, The Warriston is only a short stroll away.
Urban amenities and natural surroundings
The Warriston also puts you within walking distance of all the daily essentials. Your day-to-day needs will be well catered for by Bay Street’s impressive shopping village. Get to know the locals at the independent greengrocer, butcher and organic food store brimming with delectable delights while you’re out restocking your pantry. There’s even a small-batch Gelateria alongside the local Coles and IGA for a refreshing pitstop while you do the grocery run.
Brighton also has many parks scattered throughout the neighbourhood to balance the abundance of urban amenities - ideal if you’re looking to lead a more active lifestyle. Dendy Park is one of the largest, most luscious parks in the area, with plenty of playgrounds, picnic spaces and sporting grounds for the whole family to enjoy. In addition, the Brighton Public Golf Course will quickly become a weekend staple; the wonderful local green space welcomes both amateur and avid golfers.
The suburb caters for residents of all ages and lifestyles, so it’s no surprise it’s highly sought-after. Whether you’re retired and looking for a place to relax, downsizing or searching for the best place to raise a family, The Warriston puts all the best of Brighton at your fingertips. Demolition begins this week, with construction to commence soon after.
The Warriston apartments are now selling spacious two-bedroom apartments priced from $995,000 and three-bedroom apartments starting from $1,495,000. The display suite, located at 425 Bay Street, Brighton is now available to inspect. To book an appointment or for more information on The Warriston, click here.