The recently completed Grounds of Kew is born from sophisticated tradition. Beulah, Fender Katsalidis and Paul Bengay present a boutique collection of high-end residences that have been curated with care, are grand in scale and offer an utterly indulgent lifestyle. The result is an architectural legacy that will remain a landmark for generations to come.
At home in one of Melbourne’s most prestigious postcodes
The Grounds of Kew takes inspiration from Sackville Ward’s grand mansions and Federation-era architecture with a lavish approach to size and materiality that enhances day-to-day living. The homes embody the rich character and cultural significance of its highly sought-after and affluent location through a discerning material palette - imbuing each with a distinctly ‘Kew’ flair.
The acclaimed development team has created an environment that fosters a community spirit. Featuring only 21 residences in total (of which only four remain on the market), there will be plenty of opportunities to get to know your neighbours and build lifelong friendships.
Apartment envy at 302
The grandeur of Apartment 302 is apparent as soon as you walk into the living space. Full-height windows with elegant black framing surround the living space, drenching the open-plan layout in an abundance of natural light. Sightlines are immediately drawn towards the unadulterated views making it as much a part of the interiors as the built space itself.
Towards the right, an exquisite marble island anchors the kitchen. Characterised by thick, dark veining, the island - featuring a built-in breakfast bar - creates a mesmerising experience. Bespoke joinery hides ample storage solutions while timber floorboards span the entire living space for a unified aesthetic. A suite of high-end Gaggenau appliances is integrated throughout to offer both practicality and longevity; ensuring the kitchen will quickly become the social hub of the home.
The kitchen, living and dining spaces - while subtly divided - flow onto one another. Fender Katsalidis’ meticulous floorplan and north-facing orientation balance the spaciousness with an air of intimacy that transforms the apartment into the most welcoming of homes.
Apartment 302’s generous use of double-glazing does more than enhance thermal regulation. It also blurs the barriers between the indoor and outdoor, serving as a constant reminder that this slice of Kew now belongs to you. In addition, the almost palatial, north-facing terrace extends from the living area to offer additional space for private alfresco dining or hosting a long-awaited dinner party.
A true testament of Beulah, Fender Katsalidis and Paul Bengay’s industry reputation, Apartment 302 at The Grounds of Kew is a vision realised. Construction has been completed and the apartment is now ready to move in. For more information or to inspect Apartment 302 yourself, click here.