The Moreland - 444 Moreland Road, Brunswick West

The Moreland - 444 Moreland Road, West Brunswick. Image courtesy Urban Activation


444-446 Moreland Road, Brunswick West, 3055
Architecture and interiors: Peter Brown Architects

Brunswick West suburb profile via Street News:

  • Tram 55 at your front door
  • 6km from Melbourne CBD
  • Close proximity to Sydney Road's retail, art and nightlife offerings, Moonee Valley Racecourse, local parklands and cafes plus Moonee Ponds Creek Trail

The Moreland features include:

  • Secure private entry and undercover parking to all apartments
  • Storage cages to all apartments and bicycle parking facility
  • Cafe, dual office spaces of between 70-80sqm and an 85sqm Soho space at ground floor with active street frontage
  • All apartments provided with external areas, with terraces of up to 70sqm available to certain apartments
  • Timber floors - dark/light finishes
  • Kitchen features include stone bench tops, Bosch appliances, brushed splashbacks and European laundry
  • Ample storage areas in kitchen, bathroom and bedrooms
  • Stone vanities, rain shower heads and superior fittings to all bathrooms.
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