Unique amenity in Abbotsford at The Park House

Why are residential developments in Abbotsford so sought after?

Bordered by the Yarra River, with wide tree-lined streets and parkland such as Gahan Reserve and Victoria Park makes Abbotsford, in area, one of the smallest suburbs in Melbourne.

Much of Abbotsford has heritage overlay and limited to 2 levels in height resulting in many single front weatherboard homes staying in their original, yet renovated, condition. As a result there is limited opportunity for developers to build apartments.

The proximity to the Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre to the Farmers Markets at the Abbotsford Convent give Abbotsford the unique depth of character, the Tram and Train station both available for those commuting to and from Melbourne’s CBD.

Lounge at The Park House

Salta has long been the driving force behind much of Abbotsford residential, retail and commercial development. The Melbourne family-owned group has prided itself on delivering quality timeless property and The Park House Apartments are no exception. Salta’s track record gives it the distinct advantage to understand the needs and wants of buyers which in this case is driven by amenity.

The advantages of property on the Yarra River are simple, never to be built out and plenty of natural light and ventilation.

Where The Park House has flourished is in its value-add amenity, above and beyond any other development in Melbourne and importantly services the entire family and age spectrum for a relatively low annual body corporate cost:

  • Children's Play Room
  • Golf Simulation Room
  • Bike Workshop
  • Cinema Room
  • Swimming pool and sun deck
  • Gym and Sauna
  • Members Lounge & Library
  • Conference & Meeting Room
  • Landscaped courtyard with BBQ area & private seating nodes
City views from The Park House

 

Taking into consideration Abbotsford is sandwiched in between East Melbourne and Kew, two of Melbourne’s most expensive suburbs The Park House offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom options with traditional car parks and at an average price per square meter of $9,829.00 making it an affordable, value for money proposition especially considering the apartments are located on the Yarra River.

Whether you are a first home buyer, investor or owner occupier, The Park House ticks every box when searching to buy an inner-city apartment. It is highly recommended that you register your details below to receive more information on the development and make an appointment to view the on-site display suite on the banks of the Yarra River.

Development & Planning

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 12:00
It's been a long journey since Urban Melbourne first went live in March 2013 with a few hundred projects - project database now tops 1500 published projects. With the published database now totaling 1500 projects, there have been a further 500 projects since we launched that have progressed through the development pipeline.

Policy, Culture & Opinion

Friday, February 2, 2018 - 00:00
Gamuda Land is set to unveil an impressive collection of artwork for the soon to be completed 661 Chapel St development in South Yarra. Andy Dinan, Director of Mars Gallery which is renowned for exhibiting and promoting contemporary Australian artists, has been invited to specially curate the art collection throughout the development; included will be some of Australia’s most collected artists.

Visual Melbourne

Monday, February 5, 2018 - 12:00
The various spaces and elements which combine to form RMIT's New Academic Street (NAS) have progressively begun to open to students and visitors alike. I was recently fortunate enough to be part of an informal group tour through the completed spaces within NAS, led by Harrison and White which had a hand in the project.

Transport & Design

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 - 07:01
As part of its $88 million redevelopment, the State Library of Victoria (SLV) is providing Victorian apprentices, trainees and cadets with the opportunity to help with its transformation as part of its Vision 2020. The expansive project will create additional space for public use, restore and reopen the Ian Potter Queen’s Hall, and reinstate the historic Russell Street entrance.

Sustainability & Environment

Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 12:00
One of the world’s more unique International design competitions - The Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) 2018 - has come to Melbourne. Sponsored by the State Government of Victoria, the competition opened in early January but was officially launched on Saturday, Feb 10 th as part of the Sustainable Living Festival, Melbourne.