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Developed by award winning, design driven developer, Neometro with architecture by award winning MAArchitects and interiors by award winning Clare Cousins Architects this two bedroom designer apartment has the best of western district views.
Situated in this ground-breaking development combining community and sustainable design boasting a NatHERS (Nationwide Housing Energy Rating Scheme) rating of approx. 7.5 stars. Rooftop solar for the common areas and recycled grey water for the lush community garden meticulously managed by keen resident gardeners you can be involved a little or as much as you like. The communal rooftop with 360 degrees of Melbourne features a BBQ, communal dining area, sun lounges, and even the iconic Hills Hoist.
This west facing apartment features high exposed concrete ceilings, two double bedrooms with floor to ceiling BIRs, European Oak flooring throughout, a bespoke bathroom with ceramic vanity sink, and custom built cabinetry.
The master bedroom features a study nook with on trend, waved glass partition ideal for a work from home office to gaze out to west facing, heritage rooftop views.
The bespoke, wow factor kitchen has integrated Fisher and Paykel appliances including the refrigerator, freezer, and dish drawer that could be a gallery finish with mirrored splashbacks, custom built dark timber look cupboards, stainless steel benchtops with accessible pantry and bin system, and separate Brunswick bar style island bench where you can entertain your friends with uninterpreted western views.
In addition, the property features an architectural timber panelled feature wall, concealed heating and cooling, 100% wool carpets, and a storage cage.
Crossflow ventilation abounds creating a cooling breeze with the opening of west facing double glazed floor to ceiling picture windows and sliding door and opening east-facing kitchen window.
Arguably western light is the best light when sheltered and the all year round undercover balcony with outdoor blinds is a testament to Alfresco dining. with room for a kitchen, dining table, potted garden, and the Weber with gum tree aspect this is an ideal place to relax or entertain.
Sustainable housing is great for the environment but also the hip pocket with long term reduced energy costs with an embedded electricity network and passive design with natural light streaming in from the west facing picture windows. When night hits, track lighting creates soft and directed mood lighting.
Other savings are access to car-sharing and public transport with the train and tram moments away which lessens the need for a private car space. A walkability score of 92 has been given. Not to mention the extensive public realm works planned by Moreland Council to upgrade Wilson Avenue which will further enhance the vibrant, pedestrian accessibility of the Jewell Station urban village https://conversations.moreland.vic.gov.au/wilson2
With cafes and restaurants that abound in Broadsheet on Sydney Road and surrounds and Barkly Square shopping across the road, as well as the 19 Tram to the Medical and University Precinct this property combines sustainable living with the ideal urban village.
Rarely does apartment living in a sustainable build combine with a community building that looks like it could be the feature article in Green Magazine.
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