Ausco Group is pleased to release Stage 2 of Collins & Bates, Chadstone’s finest address for luxury living.
Ausco Group is pleased to release Stage 2 of Collins & Bates, Chadstone’s finest address for luxury living. The 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, from $395k, are perfectly positioned for modern Melbourne lifestyles with access to transport, major freeways, education and shopping.
The suburb of Chadstone is rapidly expanding, with an impressive boost to infrastructure seen over the past year. Continuing into 2020 and beyond, Chadstone is transforming into a highly sought after area. REA Group has noted Chadstone is a high demand suburb, with approximately 900 visits per property, compared to a median of 1006 across all other Victorian properties.
Point Architects designed Collins & Bates with a focus on achieving a sophisticated and timeless design that maximises natural light through the inclusion of full-height glazing — a combination of bold ideas with thoughtful execution.
The two individually styled buildings blend seamlessly into the existing streetscape, with clean and contemporary lines that break across the buildings and allow panoramic views from inside.
Ausco Group engaged C&C interiors to draw on materials that are warm, natural and timeless to achieve two carefully composed palettes of charcoal and neutral tones. Each scheme features textures and finishes designed to provide a sense of enduring elegance and durability — addressing both style and function.
Kitchens are built for the most ambitious home chef, with premium European appliances, broad Caesarstone benchtops and abundant storage. These elements give an impressive sense of sophistication and class, transforming the space into the focal point of the home.
Families, first homeowners and downsizers alike will enjoy the nearness of 17km of open green space at Gardiners Creek Trail. The paved cycling and walking trail that follows the area as it changes from a channelled course to a meandering river are just below the nearby Warrigal Road and Malvern Valley Golf Course, giving residents endless opportunities for entertainment. It then twists and bends past fairways, sports fields, parks, gardens, tennis courts, cafes, schools and nature reserves — all the way to the Yarra River.
On the weekends, residents can visit Chadstone Shopping Centre, the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. $660m in redevelopment has been spent on the shopping centre, and it now caters to 25,000m2 of retail space, including international brands like H&M, Sephora, Uniqlo and Tesla Motors.
Other major developments in Chadstone include a new $130m Sofitel Hotel on the Princes Highway with 250 rooms and a 5-star green energy rating. The hotel will be a part of the Chadstone Shopping Centre and will provide the ultimate convenience for local and international visitors alike.
With Holmesglen Tafe a mere 300m down the road and Monash University Caulfield Campus a short 10-minute drive away, residents are well positioned within an education hub. Monash University recently received a $36m expansion and refurbishment of the Caulfield Campus and the Victorian Government has released new plans to connect Clayton Campus to Chadstone Shopping Centre, and link Caulfield station to Rowville via Waverly Park, in a $3m effort to improve connectivity.
The Collins & Bates display suite is now open at 76 Batesford Road Chadstone, Tuesday to Friday from 2pm-6pm and Saturday to Sunday 11am-3pm, or by appointment.
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