Property of the Week: Gravity – 91 Montague Street South Melbourne
Gravity’s subtle and elegant interior design cultivates a sense of ‘flow’ with loft style timber floors throughout the living, kitchen and dining areas. Plush carpeting emphasises a feeling of luxury and space in every bedroom. Cleverly designed European style kitchens provide maximum storage and feature reconstituted stone benchtops, fixed undermount rangehoods, high technology Bosch appliances and integrated fridges and pantries in a seamless design.
Rising the best part of 98 metres, the scheme is defined by a multitude of offset fins alternating between one and three floors in length which band together to create a classical chevron pattern. While providing design merit, the fins also serve a more practical purpose in that they are angled in such a fashion to maximise shading from the western summer sun. On a southwest-northeast axis, the fins also provide privacy screening while maximising views toward both Melbourne’s CBD and Port Phillip Bay.
Extended bench ‘breakfast nooks’ provide an intimate seating area for one bedroom apartments. Mirror-fronted storage offers generous capacity in spacious bathrooms which are detailed to a high level and feature chic design elements such as brass pendant lighting.
For more information on investment opportunities in ‘Gravity’ contact Solid Investment Property on (03)9690 2666
Previous Property of the Week: Trilby
Located at 466-482 Smith Street, Trilby has been specifically designed to respect and enhance the important heritage values of Smith Street.
With its industrialised warehouse facade, the architecture of Trilby has been inspired by the early industrial heritage of Collingwood, which is reflected in the architectural exterior, and as a supporting theme for the interior design of Trilby’s residential spaces.
Externally, Trilby boasts a modern architectural appeal, yet on closer inspection has carefully married a selection of surface and material treatments that talk of a semi-industrial and heritage aesthetic.
This semi-industrial aesthetic is communicated by the use of a darker, sophisticated exterior colour palette and by the thoughtful selection of exterior finishes that have industrial and heritage appeal, including the use of bronzed glass and structural elements that present with the look of aged metal and exposed concrete.
Terrace style apartments located on level three provide anotheroption for stylish and sophisticated inner city living.
The architectural style and interior design of these single levelterrace apartments continues the industrial narrative that threads its way through Trilby.
The kitchen areas, for example, include aged bronzed tapware, SMEG stainless steel appliances and an island bench that combines industrial elements, such as powder-coated steel with timber joinery and a refined porcelain bench top.
And of course, the hero feature of these residences are the large paved terrace areas that provide up to 63sqm of private outdoor spaceto each terrace home.
For more information on this amazing investment opportunity, contact Solid Investment Property on (03) 9690 2666