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Balfe Park Lane is a new multi-residential development brought to you by an award-winning team, showcasing a focus on pairing sustainability with contemporary design. Kerstin Thompson Architects and Antipodean Land Developments present future residents with a new standard of medium-density living with a 3.7-acre park at your doorstep. And, with a rooftop garden, a central courtyard and direct access to Balfe Park, it’s all about going back to our roots — connecting with nature and the community.
Being sustainable is a lifestyle choice that reflects a love of nature and care for the earth’s resources. At Balfe Park Lane, this is represented in details like individual metering so that each home can monitor its energy consumption. The bike maintenance station encourages residents to ride more often, promoting an active lifestyle. And external solar screens allow residents to control the climate of their homes, minimising the need for heating and cooling. The finer details make all the difference, which is why Balfe Park Lane presents a healthier and more holistic way of life for you and the world around you.
Balfe Park Lane minimally impacts the environment by utilising recycled building materials and a large 10kW solar system for power generation. Incorporating passive design techniques, each dwelling efficiently regulates ambient temperature, significantly reducing heating and cooling costs. There’ll be plots for edible gardens and dedicated places for composting your waste. With an average 7+ star NatHERS rating, Balfe Park Lane is serious about being environmentally conscious and empowering the community to lower its carbon footprint.
Welcome to a new kind of big backyard lifestyle. These 9 townhouses, comprising of 2 and 3 bedrooms, open directly onto 60m of Balfe Park frontage. Come home through the park and climb the few steps to your front door, or linger in the sunshine and watch the endless parade of local pooches.
The brick detailing in the external façade appears in each entry to create a seamless transition between inside and out. Materials like the polished concrete floor and terracotta bathroom tiles tap into the industrial history and Mediterranean heritage of Brunswick East. SMEG black ceramic and stainless steel appliances complement an open plan kitchen with marble or stainless steel benchtops and splashbacks. Best of all, most kitchens have an island bench that facilitates easy conversation while you chop, stir or sip (preferably from a glass of wine).
No matter which building in Balfe Park Lane you choose to make your home, each has its own identity and sense of community, but with just enough continuity between them to hang together as an urban ensemble. Each contains a mix of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments, cleverly designed with livability as a priority.
Engineered timber flooring and a cross-laminated CLT panel ceiling greet you in the kitchen and living spaces. Marble benchtops and splashbacks provide a solid foundation for your creations in the kitchen with all-electric SMEG appliances in every apartment.
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