The Glasshouse, Richmond

Market Insights
8 years ago
2 minutes

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There are only a few suburbs in Australia that are synonymous with amenity, success and location; but Richmond, located along Melbourne's iconic Yarra River, is certainly one of them.

Located at 63 Glass St, Iurada's latest development, The Glasshouse suggest beautiful interiors and a striking glass facade - hinting at the beauty often lost in modern design.

Offering a mix of both one and two bedroom apartments, The Glasshouse intimately a building of only 20. With  high quality materials and an excellent sense of craft, as well as an affordable price point of $475,000, the interest has been staggeringly high.

Situated in Richmond, 3kms south-east of the CBD, in a quiet street that is only a short walk from Richmond’s epicentre, The Glasshouse is located in one of Melbourne’s most sought after suburbs.

“Richmond is a safe suburb with access to transport, facilities, recreation and school,” said Daniel Iurada of Iurada Property Group, “these attributes not only create an increased livelihood for those currently living in Richmond, but they also continue to increase popularity of the suburb over time.”

“This creates capital growth at an increased rate to other locations in Melbourne. Buying in a suburb such as Richmond, ensures an ever-increasing value in an investment.”

Designed by Australia-renowned architects, Rothelowman, the impeccable taste of design extends not only to the exterior, but well within the development itself.

“Rothelowman has created an impressive design for The Glasshouse,” said Bryce Patterson of Capital Property Marketing , “these beautifully appointed residences have warm, contemporary living spaces with filtered natural light.”

Each kitchen is functional and inspiring with an open plan design, maximised storage space, and premium Miele appliances. Perfect for entertaining guests, or a casual meal for the family. 

Large living and bedroom spaces have been thoughtfully designed to capture natural light where possible to create enticing surrounds for a return home. 

Richmond, being a suburb that has attracted investment-savvy owner occupiers of the past, is now at the forefront of many young professionals’ minds.

“Owner occupiers have dominated interest, as they see the benefit of being in a small block that has floor plans that resemble elegance and size.”

“With optimal outdoor space and ample storage, as well as a strong emphasis on a design is impervious to design trends, it is owner occupiers, who have an eye for general investment, that are mostly interested.”

Undoubtedly, it is the reputation of the developer, Iurada, and the builder, that has encouraged many first-time off the plan purchasers to come in to investigate. 

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