Lifestyle is influenced by location. Without an aspirational location, purchasers may look elsewhere. Specifically in the east, in the leafy suburb of Camberwell, amongst one of Melbourne’s oldest roads, Toorak Rd, a new apartment development, named Summerhill, is starting to take shape.
Located at 1150 Toorak Rd, Camberwell, Summerhill’s apartments are ingeniously designed to capture light and space with the use of expansive balconies and full length terraces.
“These 15 apartments have been individually designed for the home-owner”, said Leonard Teplin, Director of Project Marketing at Marshall White, “they have been oversized, with huge living rooms with floor to ceiling sliding doors that all open out to big balconies and terraces”.
Designed by award-winning architects RotheLowman, Summerhill has extensively prioritised the owner-occupier.
Producing a refined tranquility, most master bedrooms have attached ensuite bathrooms, providing a convenience and comfort that highlights the gracefulness and elegance of the prestigious Camberwell postcode.
It takes a rare skill to so successfully infuse bold contrast with subtle refinement, but such is the creative talent of award-winning RotheLowman Architects, that Summerhill will undoubtedly earn landmark status and impress the many with good capital appreciation and solid rental income, for generations to come.
“The great thing about Summerhill is its accessibility to lifestyle amenity such as cafes and shopping strips, but also to some of Australia’s finest schools in Scotch College, Xavier College and Carey Grammar,” said Teplin.
“The average price of a home around Summerhill are currently valued at $1,696,000, so it is not only a fine area, but a very enticing opportunity.”
The architectural forms of the facade, provide the design cues for the interiors, where the two colour palettes discreetly balance light and shade. But all share the same exceptional design features – layered elements to emphasise texture; lofty doors and ceilings that accentuate space and light; fully-tiled bathrooms where form blends with function; and wall panelling which offers interest but never distraction.
The architectural forms of the facade, provide the design cues for the interiors, where the two colour palettes discreetly balance light and shade.
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