Embracing one of the few heritage mansions remaining on St Kilda Road, developer EBG brings New Charsfield to life.
“We’ve sought to celebrate the Charsfield mansion. The incurvature of the tower rises behind the heritage house, nestling it within an elegant visual frame,” Shane Rothe, Founding Principal of Rothelowman, says. “The graceful new structure of New Charsfield has a clean, pure form, with a series of curved bands around the façade and a terrace for every apartment to fully appreciate this location’s superb views and surroundings.”
With an exceptional development team bringing these luxurious new homes to market, New Charsfield is a lesson in sophistication. Rothelowman architects have worked together with Hecker Guthrie for the apartment offerings while esteemed Christopher Doyle Architects is responsible for bringing the penthouse apartments to fruition.
Character, quality and individuality have merged in the premium penthouse collection. The dual loft style residences with full floor living and separate private quarters offer unobstructed views of Albert Park Lake.
Echoes of the mansion’s refined architecture can be found throughout the apartment offerings as well as communal spaces. The residents-only Clubhouse includes a private dining room supported by a full gourmet kitchen, a residents lounge designed by Hecker Guthrie, and a library for quiet relaxation or study.
The concierge, at the majestic entrance to the tower, offers a suite of services guaranteed to make residents feel like they are living a life of the ultimate luxury and ease. The concierge will organise reservations and bookings, arrange transportation, dry cleaning pick-up and house cleaning services.
New Charsfield’s concierge is also able to organise the little things, such as arranging pet services, dry cleaning pick-up, grocery shopping and house cleaning services.
Located on St Kilda Road, New Charsfield is connected to the city and the bay. Surrounded by expansive green spaces like Fawkner Park and Albert Park and the Royal Botanical Gardens, this is one of Melbourne’s most highly sought-after residential addresses.
Grab a morning coffee from Copper & Stone Café just downstairs. For dinner, head across the road to Rosco’s @ Chevron for a delicious Italian-style menu. Otherwise, walk a couple of hundred metres up the road to find a variety of cuisines on offer at the St Kilda Road and Toorak Road junction.
The project is ideally placed for residents to take advantage of both the city and the beach. The St Kilda promenade is only a 15-minute drive away, while the frequently running trams at New Charsfield’s doorstep will get residents into the city in a timely manner.