Pace of Doncaster East - 3 Mitchell Street, Doncaster East

Pace of Doncaster East - 3 Mitchell Street, Doncaster East. Image: Pace DG

Beauty, function, comfort and luxury come together in this modern, yet timeless, statement of superior design.

Drawing reference from Doncaster East’s leafy surrounds, Pace of Doncaster East features large living spaces and generously sized balconies, as well as a spacious communal terrace garden – perfect for entertaining in.  

1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments start from $399K including ample car parking, and exclusive first-home buyer and investor packages are currently available.

With platform viewings available most weekends, visit Michael at the Display Suite (2/860 Doncaster Road, Doncaster East) Wed-Sun, 11am-3pm or contact him on 0487 888 688 to book an appointment.  

Building Type: 
Low-rise
Number of Buildings: 
1
Roof Height(s) - metres: 
19
Floor count: 
5
Project Status: 
Number of Dwellings: 
82
Site Area: 
3,661.00 square metres
Bike Spaces: 
65
Car Spaces: 
159

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