Embassy - 36 Doonside Street, Richmond

Embassy - 36-44 Doonside Street, Richmond. Image: FKD

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1 bed apartments ranging from 50-60sqm, 2 bed apartments averaging 75sqm + townhouses.

Make your home in the heart of exciting and diverse Richmond, just 3km from the CBD, with an incredible selection of shops, cafes, restaurants, and entertainment at your fingertips, as well as a wealth of parks, gardens and riverside attractions.

With fully open landscaped public grounds at street level, pedestrian footbridge, and over 830 square metres of indoor social spaces Embassy delivers an extravagant array of exclusive resident spaces. Featuring the Embassy Club, a cinema, games room and selection of Sky Gardens, Embassy is perfect for entertaining friends, working from home, relaxing at the end of a long day, or just enjoying some quiet time by yourself.  

Embassy is proud to introduce an outstanding suite of residents’ Sky Gardens that add a whole new dimension to apartment living. Landscaped garden areas woven between buildings are just the beginning. Communal leisure and dining spaces spill out onto timber decking. Entertain guests in lushly planted nooks. Fire up the pizza oven in the Mediterranean Garden while you catch up with friends & neighbours with an aperol spritz.

Get the teppanyaki grills sizzling in the Japanese Garden while you watch the sun set behind the city, or dine inside the Japanese Garden House with kitchen. Or enjoy the ultimate way to unwind after a long day in the Spa Garden with views of the city.

Featuring a private dining room with kitchen and fireplace to book for private dinner parties, a residents lounge, bar and business centre with wi-fi, all opening out onto the long landscaped deck, the Embassy Club provides unprecedented exclusive spaces for all occasions.

Designed by award-winning CHT Architects, Embassy presents a contemporary and truly original architectural statement in a landmark location in the heart of Richmond. Composed of tactile, organic textures of stone and timber on the street level facade and clean, lightweight metals aiming skyward, ribboned through with brass elements connecting each floor, Embassy presents an aesthetic of understated elegance.

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Building Type: 
Mid-rise
Number of Buildings: 
2
Floor count: 
8, 12
Amenities: 
Gymnasium, Communal Business Lounge, Private Bar, Reading Lounge, Cinema, Mediterranean Sky Garden, Japanese Sky Garden, Spa Lounge Garden
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Number of Dwellings: 
273
Number of Townhouses: 
16
Nearby Public Transport: 
Trams 12 & 109 (Victoria Street), Trams 48 & 75 (Bridge Road)

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