Developers Release Townhouses offered at $ 1.455 million and $ 1.695 million
Eastbridge is a boutique collection of contemporary townhomes defined by timeless luxury. Here, an elegant complement of beautifully crafted materials and the natural landscape celebrates the very best of Kew/East Kew living.
Across each two and three storey townhome, the design of Eastbridge connects the indoor and outdoor spaces. These are places to enjoy the changing seasons outside and the luxurious details within.
The design of Eastbridge evokes the nearby parklands, the leafy streets, and the warmth of the established Kew setting. A considered landscape by Jack Merlo features beautiful planters brimming with plants found in the local area as well as arbours and feature trees to mark the entrance of each home.
With cars secured in the basement double lock-up garage, each town home is afforded a beautiful garden outlook, with expanses of glass creating an unobstructed aspect that blurs the line between interior and exterior spaces.
Each of the town homes to the southwest feature stunning rooftop terraces. These private oases among the trees are magnificent spaces to enjoy views across a green canopy to Harrison Reserve.
Accessed via a private lift the bedrooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, with some opening to private balconies. Abundant light, wool blend carpeting and clean white tones, combine to create generous spaces which offer a personal sanctuary and a showcase for furniture pieces.
Kew is known for its leafy parks and reserves including Victoria Park, Hyde Park, Harrison Park and the popular Hays Paddock. Just a short walk from Eastbridge, Kew Golf Club and Green Acres Golf Club offer immaculate courses in a lush and tranquil riverside setting.
The Yarra River spurned a number of farming properties in the mid 1880s most notably the “Willsmere Estate” now the home to an apartment complex and new homes in a mews-style development, plus “Belford” now the Kew Golf Course alongside Green Acres Golf Club. The homes in Kew East range from between-the-wars Californian and Art Deco styles to the more recent comfortable family homes built in the 1940s, 50s and 60s when the suburb flourished quickly.