It’s a well-known fact that Malvern East is a highly desirable suburb. Between the wide streets lined with heritage Victorian and Edwardian homesteads and the variety of modern amenities scattered around, people want a piece of it. And Central Park is providing the perfect opportunity.
Acclaimed Melbourne developers Roulston and Buxton Group have enlisted the help of renowned architects Ewert Leaf and landscaper Jack Merlo, and the result is a stunning collection of boutique homes.
Central Park is inspired by the project’s idyllic, parkside address — where verdant views present themselves from every aspect. The elegant façade, comprised of planes, and copper shingles paired with warm patterned brickwork, is reminiscent of Autumn leaves.
The classic and contemporary open plan interiors are sure to impress even the most discerning buyer. The generously sized living spaces have been enhanced by floor-to-ceiling windows and doors which enable ample sunlight and uninterrupted views over the park. Three-metre tall ceilings (typically 2.7 metres), gallery-style walls — all of these thoughtfully crafted details impart a distinct feeling of ‘home’.
In the domestic hearts of the residences, cooking will be a sophisticated occasion. Each kitchen features natural stone benchtops from leading Australian company CDK Stone. Integrated Miele appliances, and bar joinery with a dedicated wine fridge mean hosting dinner parties with friends and family will be convenient and streamlined.
Lounge rooms are seamlessly connected to expansive balconies and garden terraces, designed by highly respected Jack Merlo landscaping. The refined selection and layout of greenery complement the location’s natural surrounds.
There’s certainly no shortage of space at Central Park — selected homes come with a private garage each, large enough to fit four cars.
Located just off Burke Road, Central Park lies opposite 19 acres of luxuriant parkland. Residents can go for strolls beneath the century-old avenues of trees and explore the Edwardian-style gardens. The fitness track is perfect for those who enjoy exercising in nature and children will love the all-abilities playground.
Minutes away, at the intersection of Burke and Wattletree Roads, there’s a variety of trendy eateries. Our Kitchen Table is a great option for brunch on the weekend or a cup of coffee on the go, while family-owned Home to Roost serves up homemade healthy roast chickens and salads. For an after-dinner aperitif, Tommy Pockett is an intimate boutique bar just around the corner with an extensive wine menu.
Residents can order takeaway from Central Park Pizza or an Asian feast from Kerabu, pick up a bottle of wine from Riserva and enjoy a night in.
Malvern East is well-known for its range of prestigious schools. On foot, it’s less than 15 minutes to Saint Mary’s Primary School and Sacre Coeur and a quick 5-minute drive to Malvern Primary School and De La Salle College. For higher education, Monash University’s Caulfield campus is nearby or residents can access RMIT and Melbourne University in the city by trams running along Wattletree Road.