Huntington brings a new level of luxury to Newcastle

Market Insights
5 years ago
2 minutes

Developer DOMA is the pioneer behind Huntington, a sophisticated and high-quality residential project which will see a new level of waterfront activation on Honeysuckle Drive in Newcastle.

Huntington comprises 1, 2, and 3 bedroom residences as well as penthouses set in the midst of 1,500 square metres of retail and dining amenities. Starting from $495,000, the project offers homes which promise unparalleled elegance and aesthetic standards that sets it apart from other projects of its kind.


“The design consists of two materially rich residential buildings on one of Newcastle’s last remaining harbour-front sites,” says Emily Wombwell, an architect from SJB — the design firm responsible for crafting these homes. 

“Textural brick and finely detailed metalwork, combined with the soft curving forms of the façades, reference the masonry character of Newcastle’s old town, the nautical wharf buildings nearby, and the silos used throughout the city’s industrial past.

Each home has been finished to exceptional standards, with a high level of attention to detail. Miele appliances, granite stone bench tops and timber floors bring sophistication and quality into every day living.


Green rooftop spaces, lush foliage, and treescapes have been woven throughout the masterplan, providing a serene oasis for those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Emily says, “This development offers generously planned homes with a high level of amenity that is in line with a traditional house, but with the convenience of apartment living and absolute water frontage, making it perfect for owner-occupiers of all kinds.”

An array of retail and dining amenities will reside on the ground level, adding to the already established selection available on Honeysuckle Drive’s stunning promenade. Popular with locals, Honeysuckle Hotel is a short walk from the project’s doorstep, along with fine dining restaurants The Landing, MEET, The Squire’s Maiden, and Nagisa. 

Walk, drive, ride, bus, light rail — there are plenty of transport options to choose from. Residents will be located just minutes from the new light rail, built last year, and Newcastle Bus Interchange. 


The Newcastle region is experiencing massive growth at the moment. Over half a million people already live there, and the population is predicted to grow 33.4 per cent by the year 2036. It’s one of Australia’s largest regional economies, generating $16.985 billion in gross regional production.

Job opportunities in this area are expected to grow 8.1 per cent by 2020, and the University of Newcastle’s $95 million NeW Space campus is drawing students from all over the region meaning Huntington is a smart purchase with long term income potential for any investor. 

Enquire here to find out more about Huntington residences.