Oggetti, Carnegie

Market Insights
8 years ago
2 minutes

With Melbourne’s thriving CBD just 12 kilometres away, it’s little surprise Carnegie in the south-east is proving to be one of the city’s most in-demand suburbs.

There are plenty of trendy cafes and restaurants, the bustling Koornang Road strip of shops, a number of schools, as well as Monash University’s Caulfield campus just around the corner.

And it doesn’t end there.

Melbourne’s shopping Mecca, Chadstone Shopping Centre, is a suburb away, while a number of public transport options such as Carnegie station, are in easy reach, to get you around the city in no time.

Nestled in the heart of Carnegie is a contemporary new architectural development, Oggetti.

With a striking, modern façade, Oggetti pulls no punches: this is a premium development, with sophistication and timeless elegance at its core.

“The development has appealed to mainly owner-occupiers who are looking for a more boutique development rather than the many large scale developments that appeal to investors,” Castran Gilbert Director Tim Brown says.

“The access to shops, cafes and transport has been pivotal to the buyers who have chosen to call Oggetti home.”

Spanning over four levels, buyers have the choice of one or two bedroom apartments that exemplify 21st century city living.

Think clean silhouettes, sleek lines, natural textures and materials, and an abundance of natural light filling each room.

Every detail has been carefully considered, with Caesar Stone benchtops, timber floors, porcelain tiles, and Bosch kitchen appliances.

And Oggetti has been constructed with a floor plan designed to maximise space, an increasing rarity in this day and age.

But according to Mr Brown, it’s the stunning outdoor spaces that have captivated buyers.

“The expansive terraces and courtyards have been the highlight of the development,” he says.

He also says a point of difference for buyers has also been the use of conventional basement car parks, rather than stackers, like many other developments are using these days.

Oggetti has 30 dwellings all up, each with a car park, and a number of bike spaces for those keen on clean, green living.

And for the most part, a car is redundant, with everything needed to live a beautiful lifestyle in one of Melbourne’s most sought-after suburbs, within walking distance.

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