While computing advances are increasingly relocating our digital lives into ‘the cloud’ a new Hawthorn development named after a type of cloud is likely to put buyers onto cloud nine.
Cumulus offers apartment buyers a desirable double of location and design in a central Hawthorn address with spacious, well-specified interiors on leafy Lisson Grove.
Cumulus will accommodate 81 apartments in three boutique four-storey buildings when completed towards the end of this year. Using a combination of bluestone, ironbark timber, roman render, zinc, copper, glass and steel, the buildings will sit amongst landscaped gardens designed to create green buffers to surround the buildings. Upper level apartments on Cumulus’ west face will enjoy panoramic city outlooks.
Cumulus’ location is ‘pure Hawthorn’ and as good as you can get in Melbourne. While there has been keen interest, some choice opportunities remain thanks to a delayed release of apartments. These include several top-floor three-bedroom apartments and several more affordable two-bedroom options.
Besides location, Spec Property has worked to create an elegant experience in a highly liveable and easily managed environment.
Hawthorn presents a captivating mix of blue-chip Melbourne liberally sprinkled with the interests of its booming and diverse student population. Cheap and cheerful eateries and on trend retail sit cheek by jowl with upmarket boutiques and services along Glenferrie and Burwood Roads creating one of Melbourne’s most vibrant and exciting shopping strips. Leafy, tranquil streets are home to some of Melbourne’s most exclusive landmark mansions, as well as gentrified Victorian cottages, contemporary designer homes and higher density development.
Cumulus will locate residents just 700m from Glenferrie Road, 1.5km from the Swinburne University of Technology and around 5km from the city. The Hawthorn train station is an easy 700m walk and a 17-minute train ride to the city. Some of Melbourne’s best schools are nearby including Scotch, Alia, Bialik, MLC, Melbourne Girls’ College Carey, Trinity and Xavier.
Popular dog walking haven, Fairview park is under 500m away offering walking and cycling trails on the Yarra banks.
With the 81 apartments divided into three buildings, no floor has more than eight apartments, creating an intimate ambience and less movement in corridors and in lifts.
The two bedroom apartments range from 84 to 110 square metres and three-bedroom from 114 to 130 square metres with balconies, courtyards and outdoor spaces up to 90 square metres.
European oak parquetry will sweep from apartment entries through the living areas and kitchen, with bedrooms in a pure wool loop pile carpet and bathrooms with full height porcelain tiles. Spacious lay outs will be complemented generous ceiling heights and large doors opening out onto private terraces from living areas.
All joinery is two-pac and kitchens will feature Miele stainless steel kitchen appliances, including an integrated dishwasher and gas cooktop with wok burner. Benchtops are Caesarstone and splashbacks in polished mirror. Bathrooms include frameless glass shower screens and Caesarstone vanities.
All apartments have one or two spaces allocated in the single level basement car park, designed for easy access with wide two way aisles and roomy car spaces. Storage spaces are available and visitors will have use of secure parking.
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