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1 Sydney Street, Armadale, Victoria 3143

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A leafy surrounding with beautifully landscaped gardens.

Spacious residences located near prestigious precincts.

Panoramic relaxing treetop and city views.

Situated on the cusp of the affluent and leafy Armadale and vibrant Prahran and perched on the doorstep of exclusive Toorak in Melbourne’s Inner East, rises Pavilion on the Park, comprising of meticulously crafted two, three and four bedroom apartments with north facing views towards Orrong Romanis Reserve.

Moments immersed in natural beauty become a part of your every day routine with a striking architectural facade that connects to its surroundings.

Overlooking the verdant parkland of Orrong Romanis Reserve, enjoy an unparalleled location within walking distance of Armadale’s abundant and sophisticated lifestyle offerings.

Explore the CBD, only 15 minutes away via Toorak Station which is only moments from your home or peruse the quirky boutiques and fine dining options on High and Chapel Street.

Armadale is known for its opulence and is greatly connected to surrounding suburbs where you will find the most prestigious schools and educational centres, hospitals and entertainment precincts nearby.

Conceived by Selwyn Blackstone Architect, Pavilion is an architectural expression of its exclusive location. Crafted with elegant, the facade is inspired by the distinct residential fabric of this pocket of the suburb. Generous landscaping by John Patrick adorns every facet of the meticulous design, ensuring the building becomes one with its verdant milieu.

The interiors have been carefully considered, forming living spaces defined by minimalist luxury and illuminated by natural light that beams in from impressive floor-to-ceiling windows.

Pavilion on the Park has an understated beauty, with an indulgent yet comfortable palette that captures the attention of the resident and leading their eye to the magnificent vistas of the surrounding treetops and the city skyline from the generously sized balconies.