The exclusive top floor of Box Hill’s Central Park project has just been released, offering some of the best views in Melbourne.
Already 85% sold, Central Park has proven popular in this high-demand neighbourhood. And with the release of floor 18 of this world-class residential project from developer, H&F Property in conjunction with SJB Architects, one of the most coveted residential opportunities in the suburb is now available.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to live in a stunning residence beside the historic ten-hectare Box Hill Gardens – and many of Central Park’s apartments boast views across this lush recreational haven that features a range of sports facilities including athletics, football, basketball, cricket and tennis.
As an indication of the level of finishes and materials at Central Park, these residences showcase inspired design throughout, layered with natural timbers, metallic detailing and marble with neutral-toned palettes to create calming living spaces. A selection of colour schemes and an upgrade package all let buyers add yet further elegant details and finishes to these already-sophisticated homes.
When it comes to building amenities, Central Park’s host of rooftop facilities is unmatched in Melbourne. These include a tranquil park in the sky, resident’s lounge for friendly gatherings large and small, a swimming pool and an impressive wellness centre with a sauna, steam room, indoor and outdoor gym as well a yoga and meditation space. This rooftop retreat is the place to escape from the hustle and bustle and reset yourself.
Vibrant Box Hill’s position as Melbourne’s multicultural epicentre is well established, with its well-earned reputation for Asian cuisine, specialty goods and renowned education options.
Box Hill Central is across the way and is home to a vast array of retail – over 190 retailers, restaurants and an extensive assortment of services. There are big brand names like Coles, Woolworths, ANZ and Commonwealth Bank, a host of popular boutique eateries and the renowned fresh food market.
Box Hill boasts plenty of connectivity thanks to its status as Melbourne’s largest eastern rail, bus and tram hub, with plenty of ways to get to the CBD just 14km away.
There’s a high level of employment in the area surrounding Central Park, bolstered by recent influxes like the relocation of the ATO office building and 1,250 employees to nearby Whitehorse Road. Box Hill has a high proportion of rental households, in fact, the proportion is 12% higher than greater Melbourne. All of this is good news for investors.
Central Park’s display suite is set to be demolished for construction to commence late July 2017, the project is scheduled for completion mid-2019. Please click here to find out more about the developer held luxury two and three bedroom apartments.