New Richmond development set to be a sought after building to live in

Located three kilometres from the CBD in exciting and diverse Richmond, Embassy will provide an incredible array of amenities which will appeal to a broad range of people, from first home buyers to families.

Embassy Richmond is being developed by Melbourne-based family development company Blue Earth Group which has a long history of building high-quality buildings with a focus on owner-occupiers.

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Kitchen, Embassy Richmond

Designed by Collingwood-based CHT Architects, Embassy Richmond comprises two apartment buildings, 16 townhouses and two commercial suites. Two sky gardens - one with a Mediterranean theme, the other a Japanese theme - as well as several resident lounges, communal dining/bar areas, gymansium and cinema round out the on-site residential amenity features at Embassy.

Bedroom, Embassy Richmond

I like to think of this building as one with New York-style amenity, one that will be sought after to live in for an extended period of time.

With three street frontages - Doonside Street, David Street and Appleton Street - the building will have a diverse range of views from the building across all aspects.

Located within walking distance to the Victoria Gardens shopping precinct, the building will have superb access to trams and it is also a short walk to the Main Yarra trail.

Across the two apartment buildings, which enhances the sense of privacy as well as exclusivity, one bedroom apartments with one bathroom and a car park range from 50sqm to 60sqm. Two bedroom apartments with one or two bathrooms and a car park average 75 sqm.

And the 16 townhouses which form a part of the overall development present an opportunity to purchase townhouses at a lower price point based on comparative established properties in the area.

Townhouse elevation, Embassy Richmond

The development will have an average 6-star energy rating, rainwater harvesting for toilets, irrigation and bin washing as well as a Solar PV system on the roof.

Individual apartments will all have floor-to-ceiling double-glazed windows to maximise views from all aspects and timber flooring.

Living, Embassy Richmond

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