Redefining Multi-Site Luxury Living
We are excited to be putting the finishing touches on The Vita - two amazing new luxury townhouses that redefine what multi-site, luxury living can be.
For our client, family and investing were key priorities. So when he saw an opportunity to combine both he jumped on it.
Purchasing the old tennis court at the front of his apartment complex from the body corporate this clever owner has been able to develop not one but two luxury two storey town houses for his daughters and their families.
Working closely with our architect ensured maximum use of the tight space that met with the body corporate and council requirements for the area whilst still providing an open plan 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom property with separate living areas and luxury amenities including a lift.
Inside residents benefit from an upside down format with open plan chef’s kitchen, meals and living room combining to create the perfect place to bond with family and friends.
Contemporary architecture matched with innovative materials creates a timeless façade on these new homes.
With a generous double garage located to the rear, this design suits laneway homesites and is a secure, lock and leave proposition.
We are looking forward to holding a handful of select ‘Pop-Up Home Opens’ in early December. Watch this space for dates and times for your chance to check out this new perspective on luxury multi-site living.
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