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An established sanctuary of lush greenery, open spaces, magnificent views and natural elegance — these qualities have inspired a new collection of oversized luxury residences designed for this premier leafy locale. Encircled by finely manicured gardens and curved terraces, fronted by a grand Norfolk Island pine tree, and perfectly positioned just moments from premium shopping and dining, everything has been considered to create an address of exclusive character and evergreen charm.
“The architectural language of Anderson Park is one of gentle curves, both in the elegantly rounded private terraces and within the internal spaces of each apartment. This creates a continuity of form and a continuous flow of space from the outside in, allowing more natural light to fill each home, as well as enabling better views over the building’s own gardens and the treetops of Camberwell and East Hawthorn.” — Gonzalo Ascui, director, Ascui & Co Architects.
Your local park is one of Melbourne’s best. Anderson Park is the neighbourhood’s favourite destination for enjoying time outdoors in a beautiful setting with green open spaces, heritage trees, and city views. The park’s 1km circuit is popular with walkers, sporting teams use the playing fields, and the extensive three-level playground provides plenty of adventures for children. With shaded barbecue areas and places to spread out, everything is in place for a perfect day in the park close to home.
The local retail scene offers a world of choice. Nearby Camberwell Junction is one of Melbourne’s most established shopping precincts, with shops lining Burke Road and the surrounding streets. From leading brands to local boutiques, and from fashion and homewares to last minute gifts, you’ll find everything you need is nearby.
Camberwell and Hawthorn are well-established communities that offer a range of local amenities and easy connectivity. Settle in for a movie on the big screen in the opulent art deco surrounds of the Rivoli Cinemas, or stroll through the vintage wares on offer at the ever-popular Sunday market. When travelling into the city, trains are close by at the beloved Edwardian-style train station, and trams along Burke Road are even closer to home.
Anderson Park is about enduring design. The interiors showcase a selection of finishes which have an ageless quality.