As the property market evolves, so too does the Australian dream. Now, more than ever, families are making the move to apartments and townhouses in convenient locations with connections to the CBD.
As the property market evolves, so too does the Australian dream. Now, more than ever, families are making the move to apartments and townhouses in convenient locations with connections to the CBD. However, it can be hard to find a project which meets the needs of a family.
The exclusive collection of townhouses at Gardenia Park has been architecturally designed to accommodate growing and established families. Located in the community-minded suburb of Boronia, with modern amenities and services at the project’s doorstep.
These amenities include the broad range of schools nearby, meaning parents are spoiled for choice. From Boronia Heights Primary School and St Josephs Primary School to Boronia K-12 College and Swinburne University of Technology Croydon Campus, all the education needs of a family are covered. There are even high-quality early learning centres nearby, catering to parents who have just begun the exciting journey of growing their family.
Knox Leisureworks is only a 15-minute walk from Gardenia Park. With four indoor heated pools, a spa, and two outdoor seasonal pools — not to mention an 80m waterslide — the centre is the perfect place to entertain the whole family after school or on the weekend.
With Boronia Central in walking distance, picking up everyday groceries is made easy. Meanwhile, it’s only a short drive or 5 minute walk to the Boronia train station where residents can catch a train to the range of services on offer at shopping centres like Eastland, Westfield Knox and The Glen.
Gardenia Park is located between two green parklands. The bigger of the two, Tormore Reserve is perfect for an evening walk after dinner, while Genista Reserve is a great pocket park with a small playground for the kids.
Melbourne-based Jesse Ant Architects was inspired by the surrounding greenery of these two parks. Using a subtle, natural colour palette, they used earthy brown textures and grey-toned bricks in the façade, while ensuring each home achieved views over the green landscapes.
Low fences, open front yards and a border of curated hedges ensure Gardenia Park has a classic neighbourhood feel, and each home achieves its own sense of identity. The evergreen gardens have been purposely designed to minimise maintenance, while indigenous trees and dry-tolerant plants provide shade and shelter at the front of the site.
Each home has an abundance of natural light in the living areas, highlighting the sophisticated timber flooring and adding to the sense of timeless design. A similar timber texture has been used in the kitchens, complementing the white benchtops and chrome tapware.
Clean lines, feature tiles and stone-look floors add a touch of elegance in the bathrooms, acting as an extension of the luxury found in bedrooms. Featuring walk-in robes, the master bedroom and ensuite are the perfect spaces to retreat to.
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