READY TO SETTLE – MOVE IN JUNE/JULY
- 6.2 Kilometers from Melbourne CBD
- 2 Minute stroll to the nearest tram stop
- 7 Minute walk to Ascot Vale train station
Melbourne’s rapid population growth has fuelled a marked rise in high density living as increasing numbers of developments dot the inner city landscape. A newcomer to Ascot Vale breaks the mould with a refreshing new approach to modern living. The boutique collective of 3 level townhouses will be delivered by award-winning Neil Architecture and leading developer Rocdon, whose projects are found across prized Melbourne precincts including Fitzroy North, Albert Park, Hawthorn and Armadale.
The concept takes its inspiration from Melbourne’s past, where Victorian terrace homes gave inner-city residents the affordable opportunity to live in well-serviced urban locations without sacrificing amenity or livability. Townhouses have been a long-established presence in sustainable cities across the globe and St Leonards Road continues this tradition with a luxurious modern edge.
The 2 and 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroom plus study residences combine high-end, inner-city design and premium finishes across every interior, while private outdoor terraces and green urban ‘foodwalls’ encourage healthy, sustainable living. Top tier components dress every space across open-plan designs with expansive windows, lime-washed oak finished flooring, featuring staircases, bespoke cabinetry, energy-saving inclusions and water harvesting and recycling systems. Generous outdoor decks are set across most upper levels to enhance your entertaining options.
The address encompasses all the benefits that Melburnians value most; café culture, parklife, walkable leafy streets and effortless connectivity. With an internationally ranked walk score of 97/100, the address is less than 100m from Union Road’s urban village providores and the absolute convenience of a door-to-door tram service and local train station. A pocket of inner urban brilliance within what promises to be one of Melbourne’s emerging hotspots.