Live it up in style at Oakdon, Glen Iris

Market Insights
6 years ago
3 minutes

Indulge in Oakdon’s sublime, light-filled interiors and divine private courtyards and make your dream lifestyle a reality in Glen Iris.

Accredited developers BonYan Partners and renowned Conrad Architects achieve a fusion of elegant design and botanical synergy with Oakdon. The building is a modern classic, combining clear glass and monotone materials that recess and protrude to afford it a beautifully textured exterior.

Oakdon hosts a collection of 28 stately residences across 4 levels, all designed with a well-considered living flow. Available are one, two and three bedroom apartments that range from 57 to 325 sqm.

article-imageThe illuminated living area is warmed by a soft colour palette that expands the space to create a breezy sense of comfort. Underfoot, French-oak, wire-brushed floorboards finished with a hard-wax oil add distinct character to the interior design.

Cast your eyes across to the kitchen and prepare to be in awe. Top-of-the-range Miele appliances, including a fridge-freezer, integrate seamlessly with Silver Stone marble benchtops and graphite-bronze detailing adds a touch of luxury to the culinary masterpiece. The striking island bench enhances the kitchen not purely with its opulence but also its functional convenience – serving up morning coffee and toast will be entirely effortless.
The bedroom and bathroom were designed to be a truly integrated suite for sleeping, dressing and bathing with spa-like elegance and ease. Your bedroom, a peaceful retreat from the busy world, is fitted with plush carpets and a spacious walk-in wardrobe. Enjoy panoramic vistas through expansive glass that surrounds the room – of course, thick drapes can be drawn to wrap around your bedroom for ultimate privacy.


Glide into the bathroom and you will be blown away by its exquisite design and impressive functionality that create the ultimate pampering retreat. The intricate detailing of matte black tapware and marble benchtops creates a picture of serenity that is inescapably alluring. The room’s generous layout boasts a double vanity, a freestanding bath tub and an indulgent shower with recessed shelving and a flush-mounted ceiling shower head.

Paul Conrad, Director of Conrad Architects, explained, “Clean forms and considered details have been combined with the natural beauty of marble to create a refined elegance.”

Ground floor residents can open ensuite bedroom doors onto a large private courtyard and higher level apartments will enjoy generous balconies, both dynamic sanctuaries for lounging and alfresco dining and entertaining. Surrounded by gardens designed by John Patrick Landscape Architects, you will feel rejuvenated in your own luscious, nature-filled retreat.


At Oakdon’s entrance, the triple-height lobby features expansive glass panels that are illuminated by bespoke halo pendant lighting from the renowned Italian designer Viabizzuno – an impressive sight to behold. 

Taking up its position on one of the most stunning tree-lined streets in Glen Iris, John Patrick ensured that Oakdon was surrounded by lush Oak and Elm trees, creating absolute synergy with the botanical surrounds of Scott Grove.

Residents will be within walking distance from Harold Holt Swim Centre, Goodlife Health Club and Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, not to mention Glen Iris’ boutique retail outlets including a local baker, organic grocer and wine shop. Oakdon is also enviably located a short distance from Malvern’s vibrant scene of dining options and retail outlets.


Educational institutions nearby include Monash University and a selection of private schools, perfect for a hassle-free school run in the morning. And being just 10km from the CBD, a quick tram or train will make commuting to central Melbourne quick and easy.

One bedroom apartments start from $578,000, two bedrooms from $747,000 and three bedrooms from $1,198,000. Construction is expected to begin in October 2017 and finish by December 2018.        

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