Nest At The Hill

Market Insights
8 years ago
2 minutes

The apartment development market is extremely competitive - it is unquestionable. Developments not only need to stand out in order to remain competitive, but must provide an unparalleled quality, in both finishes and in amenity, to retain a relevancy in the buyer’s eye.

Nest at the Hill, developed by Sin Heng Chan (SHC), located in the emulous suburb of Doncaster, has done just that. As nest implies home, it is this potential home that has attracted buyers looking for both  luxury and warmth. With an emphasis on natural inventory, wood and stone throughout the building, both on the exterior facade, and within the apartment.

Everything throughout these residences really reflects the ideas that the word ‘nest’ brings to mind,” said VICPROP Project Manager, Zac Courtney.

“The organic feel in the lobby with the floor to ceiling rope, the textures in the rooftop garden, and the natural finishes throughout each apartment all ties together to create a familiar and welcoming environment in which to live.”

Doncaster’s prestigious location, and the seemingly limitless amount of amenity that Nest at the Hill provides, are the reason it is attracting so many potential buyers; and with a lap pool, rooftop garden, lounges, and sweeping views it is easy to understand why. 


“Doncaster is a great place to live, and being right opposite the Westfield is hard to beat,” said Mr Courtney, “that meant that when brainstorming ideas for Nest at the Hill, we decided to create hotel style amenity.

“It was essential that we give residents a pool, a gym, a residents lounge, and a rooftop garden with sweeping views. And to really stand out from the rest, we have added a concierge service in the lobby to help get your busy life organised and planned.”

Unlike a lot of larger developments, Nest at the Hill has been designed for the owner-occupier. With large apartments, and an emphasis on ‘living’, the apartments have exquisite finishes and joinery, offering open floor plans to take advantage of the abundance of natural light that floods through the floor to ceiling windows.

“The floor plans have been very cleverly designed with ‘living’ in mind; there’s so much storage throughout, from the kitchen with the overhanging shelf over the island bench and the feature open timber joinery next to the cupboards, to the intelligently crafted robes in the bedrooms, the in-built desks in the living area, and the extensive cabinetry in the bathrooms.”

To enquire about Nest at the Hill, click here.