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The Avenue


Sitting comfortably in the established streetscape of The Avenue, these three integrated townhouse units present a contemporary take on traditional style.

The plan leverages the small site to maximum advantage, offering two streetfacing double-story units with three bedrooms each, plus a single-story two bedroom unit at the rear. Each unit enjoys secluded north facing rear gardens and a landscaped driveway shared by all occupants.

While the development works as an integrated whole, a mixture of three roof styles – gable, hip and flat – gives each of the units its own identity and individuality. A timeless colour palette of creamy whites and charcoal is offset with panels of slatted natural timber. Extra-wide eaves, shadow-box frames around windows and matching entranceways further distinguish the streetfacing exterior.

The interior design offers the best of contemporary living. Bathrooms finished with large dark slate tiles contrast with the pristine whites of the light-flooded living spaces. A superbly sculpted and crafted polished timber staircase adds a striking visual feature.

In all, a rare example of multi-unit development with a style all its own.

– Design & Build

– Spotswood, Melbourne

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