Ever wanted a gorgeously landscaped park as your backyard? Central Park is the perfect opportunity.
Roulston and Buxton Group, a local developer with over 50 years experience producing projects in Melbourne, in collaboration with Ewert Leaf and landscaper Jack Merlo, has secured a highly lucrative site at 2A Nyora Street, Malvern East. The project lies mere footsteps from the expansive reserve it was named after and each residence achieves stunning views over the leafy treetops and luxuriant parkland.
Central Park’s elegant façade comprises cool-toned planes and copper shingles, paired with warm patterned brickwork reminiscent of Autumn leaves. It interacts and responds to the streetscape, blending in while simultaneously making a unique impression.
Each home features a contemporary open plan interior with floor-to-ceiling windows and doors allowing natural light to suffuse oversized living areas. Special consideration has been paid to impart a distinct feeling of ‘home’, as evident in details such as three-metre tall ceilings (typically 2.7 metres in other projects on the market), gallery-style walls and courtyards with private street access.
Other high-end features include natural stone benchtops by CDK Stone in kitchens and bathrooms, fireplaces for all homes, a dedicated wine fridge, and ample storage. Select residences even come with private garages large enough to fit four cars — Central Park is truly a dream for those looking to downsize.
Outside, 19-acres of luxuriant parklands await. Residents can explore the Edwardian-style gardens or picnic beneath the beautiful established trees. There are jogging tracks for those who enjoy exercising, and children will love the all-abilities playground.
Filled with historical charm and a village atmosphere, it’s not hard to see why Malvern East is such a highly sought-after residential area. Here, locals enjoy a suburban lifestyle with access to modern amenities.
Central Park village on Burke Road and Wattletree Road is just a short walk away. Our Kitchen Table offers a delicious brunch menu based on seasonal produce, and Central Park Cakes is the perfect place to pick up dessert for an evening’s entertainment.
Slightly further away, at the intersection of Wattletree and Glenferrie Roads, there’s a thriving retail and dining precinct. Residents can browse David Jones and an array of specialty stores at Malvern Central before stopping to pick up a refreshment at any of the cafés, restaurants, and bars along the streets outside.
Malvern lies in Melbourne’s prestigious eastern education corridor. Caulfield Grammar School, Sacre Couer, Korowa Girls’ School, and St Mary’s Primary School all lie within a 15-minute drive of Central Park. Meanwhile, frequently running trams and trains provide easy access to the range of schools on offer in neighbouring Glen Iris and Armadale.
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