A statuesque and sophisticated living proposition from Conrad Architects brings together 14 residences, defined by a generosity of space and beautifully crafted details. Subdued bronzed metals juxtaposed against crisp white surfaces bring old and new together within Malvern’s distinguished streetscapes. Exceptional in size, materiality and appointments, each home is offers light filled spaces and tranquil outdoor zones that adapt to entertaining or relaxing in impeccable style.
Premium materials have been selected for their integral natural beauty and capacity to calibrate over time. Natural oak floorboards, honed marble, authentic oak laminate, aged iron accents and porcelain tiling with limestone finishes deliver a sophisticated sense of texture, rarely experienced in modern living environments.
Thoughtful storage includes dedicated laundry rooms or large European laundries, linen and coat cupboards and large walk-in robes. Several apartments feature modern fireplaces with darkened bronze tone surrounds. A restrained tonal palette comes alive with the use of swirling Arabescato Grigio marble across the benchtop and robust kitchen island. Clever storage features are hidden behind flush joinery that also integrates a suite of premier Miele appliances including fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
Located a short walk to Malvern Gardens, Malvern Village and Glenferrie Road and with easy access to public transport and the Monash Freeway, there are a variety of flexible floor plans, along with an opportunity to customise to your specific requirements.
3 bedrooms start from $1,545,000, for more information go to www.plantmalvern.com.au
Malvern features leafy streets, delightful cafes and boutiques, outstanding schools, plenty of green parks and the lively Glenferrie road. Due to the amenities and lifestyle that Malvern offers, it has become one of the premier suburbs in Melbourne to live, work and play. The clean, picturesque streets of Malvern are also home to significant heritage buildings including the Stonington Mansion and the Malvern tram depot.