Magnificently mixing New York-style design with Kensington heritage, Lt Hardiman Lofts is set to bring something uniquely different to this sought-after pocket of Melbourne.
Expertly curated by the sought-after team at Pitch Architecture + Development, this warehouse-style development presents a rare opportunity for prospective buyers to purchase a range of 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, lofts and townhouses within an exceptional locale.
Lt Hardiman Lofts pays wonderful homage to the original old brick warehouses that previously resided on the site. The architectural team then incorporated this philosophy with the idea of a New York-style loft residence — the result is something inherently beautiful and timeless.
Working with renowned landscape designer Jack Merlo, the lower form of the building is crafted with brick, expertly combining the past while inviting the future with relevant design. A primary façade is formed through arched brickwork motifs, while an atrium is exquisitely composed at its centre.
At ground level this is a communal space of gorgeous landscaped gardens, producing idyllic spots to relax or catch up with friends. Maple trees and climber plants form the botanical space, extending to the top of the building, bringing with it brightness and greenery to the front doors of each luxurious residence.
This site’s uniqueness continues into the spread of living options at Lt Hardiman Lofts. The townhouses, apartments and lofts are all spacious, light-filled, contemporary and even come with a selection of colour schemes.
Discover lavish marble finishes throughout, including ducted heating and cooling, Miele appliances, Terrazo tiles integrated fridge and freezers, oak timber flooring and adjustable track lighting. However, each residence has its own undeniable charm and suitability to a range of different buyers — from couples and young families to professionals and downsizers.
On the ground floor, find open plan layouts and expansive private balconies in the indulgent apartments. These luxurious living spaces provide ideal contemporary living solutions for couples, young families and professionals with perforated kitchen walls acting as an interchangeable display.
Lt Hardiman Loft’s iconic arches don’t just contribute heavily to the façade’s character, they also provide a grand entrance to the townhouses at this landmark project. Walk straight into your home off the street to reveal spacious, light-filled, open plan living areas with double-height balconies. You can even implement your own home office into these residences.
Up above, the lofts represent the showpiece of this development. Sophisticated two and three storey homes feature stunning vistas of Melbourne’s glistening CBD and generous rooftop areas provide the perfect setting for outdoor entertaining. Large open plan living and dining areas create a sense of unity in these expansive residences and reiterate the functional considerations that are fundamental to this project.
The development is made all the more special by its location at the heart of Kensington. Bringing something different to these eclectic, yet reserved streets, Lt Hardiman Lofts is just a short distance away from all your amenity needs.
Melbourne’s multicultural cuisine is found throughout this inner-city suburb, satisfying all sorts of food cravings from warming laksa’s, indulgent tacos, classic pizzas and vibrant Mexican. Around the corner from home, you’ll also find FoodWorks and Woolworths, alongside an array of specialty grocers with international hard-to-finds, including Asian grocery store KFL Supermarket.
Lt Hardiman Lofts has prime access to the stores that span Macaulay Road — Kensington’s epicentre, where wine stores, bakeries, furniture stores and fashion boutiques come together. The project is also just a short walk away from an array of transport options and parkland.
Just four kilometres from the CBD, the landscape of the suburb is set to go from strength to strength. The impending Arden urban renewal project will build upon already established transport links, introduce new urban boulevards, open space and provide greater access to the centre.