Fabric is setting a new standard with up to 8.9-star energy rating, electric vehicle charging and the best views in Caulfield

Market Insights
2 years ago
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Fabric has been thoughtfully designed and meticulously crafted by a team of the industry’s finest to set a new standard in apartment living. The collection of one, two and three-bedroom residences are priced from $445,000 to $1,895,000 and boasts an incredible average 8.9-star NatHERs energy rating. 

This Schachter Group development, designed by Cera Stribley, also showcases some of the best views in Caulfield. “Half the building has views to the city and the other half to the bay,” explained Leonard Teplin, Marshall White Director. 

Demolition is starting next month with construction set to commence shortly after - adding another layer of confidence to this already incredible project. 


High energy rating means lower bills 


All Fabric homes feature a range of eco-conscious elements cleverly integrated within the elegant architecture - ensuring your new home treads lightly on the planet while reducing your daily utility costs. 

Large, double-glazed operable windows and sliding doors do more than invite an abundance of natural light into the living spaces - the premium glazing properties also ensure your new home passively maintains a comfortable ambient temperature and increase acoustic insulation for added privacy. 

While initially, you may notice the timeless marble surfaces, sleek European appliances and cleverly integrated storage options, once you move in at Fabric, you will quickly come to appreciate the natural cross-flow design elements. The thoughtful design feature allows for natural breezes to run throughout the homes - a luxury not always afforded to traditional apartment designs - to reduce your daily reliance on artificial cooling. When you do need to turn on the air conditioning, rest assured that Fabric homes will quickly achieve optimum thermal comfort thanks to the ducted heating and cooling reverse-cycle unit. All units are future-proofed to integrated with your smart device - allowing you to adjust the temperature before returning home from work. 

In addition to the sustainability factor, comfort and convenience, these elements can also potentially save you up to 30% on your utility bills. 


Best views in Caulfield


One of the best elements of Fabric is the views. Your new home at Fabric will be backdropped by sightlines towards Caulfield and beyond thanks to the generous use of glazing and thoughtful orientation of each apartment. 

However, the vista is best enjoyed from the development’s rooftop. This residents’ exclusive area is home to a communal, organic veggie patch that encourages you to connect with nature and the neighbours. The area features a collection of edible garden beds - perfect for growing a wide variety of produce - alfresco dining amenities and integrated seating. 

In addition to the spectacular views, you will also find a communal beehive perched on the rooftop. Again, included with sustainability in mind, the beehive actively addresses the world’s declining honey bee population while allowing you an opportunity to get back to the basics and harvest your own honey. The hive will also promote the natural diversity of Caulfield to actively give back to the wider community. 


Construction is scheduled to begin soon at Fabric, following demolition next month, meaning time is running out to secure one of these incredible apartments. For more information on Fabric or to book an appointment click here.