Separate but connected living at 1975

Market Insights
5 years ago
2 minutes

Located in Malvern, Melbourne-based developer BHC Property has pioneered 1975 with a focus on family homes and family values.

Comfortable and considered, the three and four bedroom residences have been intelligently configured by MAP Architects. Renowned for crafting contemporary buildings that remain relevant through the passing of time, the studio has played with geometric shapes and varied textures in the project’s façade. The result is a dynamic addition to Malvern East’s streetscape.


The collection of nine expansive townhomes features private entranceways and gardens, with enough space between each residence to ensure privacy for homeowners.

Inside each home, there is an immediate sense of depth and dimension. The high ceilings create the sense of added space, while a range of high-end textural finishes suffuses the interiors with sophistication.


The kitchen has been carefully designed to transform the cooking experience into a joyful and relaxing affair. The large open spaces feature double pantries, abundant storage, integrated fridges and generous bench space for effortless meal preparation.


Meanwhile, the bedrooms are a personal haven in which homeowners can spread out, rest and unwind. Expressed in a neutral palette, the sophisticated design is the perfect canvas for individual touches. Similar details can be found throughout the ensuites and bathrooms, where recessed shelves with mosaic tiling complement the large-format stone-look tiles found in the shower alcove and along the walls.


Located in the heart of a friendly and established community, 1975 is positioned to take advantage of a range of modern services and amenities. Just across the road from the project, Darling Park is an ideal place to spend a sunny weekend with friends and family. Alternately, a short walk further down Malvern Road leads to the immaculately maintained Hedgely Dene Garden which links Central Park and Gardiners Creek Valley Parklands. 

Malvern East is not just known for its abundance of parklands, it has also garnered a reputation as a haven for trendy cafés and restaurants. Only minutes up the road, Little Chloe Café entices people off the street with the smell of its freshly roasted coffee beans while in the other direction, Jake and the Beans Talk offers a delicious all-day breakfast menu.


This prestigious suburb has its fair share of late-night venues, too. Chic local wine bars light up the night, such as Riserva where European-inspired food and over 100 different wine labels can be sampled at leisure.

Residents can access the CBD and surrounding suburbs via the Darling train station only a 5-minute walk away, or via a network of trams and buses which service Malvern East. With the Monash Freeway nearby, residents can venture easily to the Mornington Peninsula for day trips or weekends out of town.

Enquire here to find out more about the collection of townhomes at 1975.