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From $499,500

Designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects to offer resort style living in Melbourne's newest landmark building. Interiors designed by Carabott Holt Tucinov offer residents full-height windows that fill your living space with sunlight, while deep balconies - most with views across the city skyline or Fritz Holzer Park - create a perfect setting for entertaining. Gourmet kitchens feature wide stone benchtops, SMEG appliances, loads of storage space, while the fully tiled bathrooms are expertly crafted with designer finishes. Solstice offers residents an onsite building manager, professionally equipped gymnasium, residents lounge garden on level 1 and a cinema / media room. Secure entry and car parking, individual storage cages and a 6-star energy rating across the building offer the reassurance of privacy, security and peace-of-mind.

One bedroom, balcony & parking from $449,500
Two bedrooms, balcony & parking from $499,500
Two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, balcony & parking from $589,500
Three bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, balcony, 2 car spaces from $869,500

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Suburb Profile

Suburb Profile


Hawthorn East

With the accelerated development of Hawthorn in the 1880s came the spread to Hawthorn East where many homes and mansions of historic and architectural significance were built on top of the hill surrounding Harcourt Street. Several were designed by the renowned architect John Beswicke, also responsible for the Hawthorn Town Hall, other significant suburban town halls and nearby Auburn Village shops. Also sought-after by buyers and residents for its close proximity to the Kew private schools plus primary and secondary schools including the popular Auburn South Primary. Shopping is well catered for with easy access to Camberwell Junction, Tooronga Complex and Hawthorn itself. Whilst the area has several popular Parks such as Cato, Anderson and Fritsch Holzer – named after the proprietors of the Upper Hawthorn Brickworks c1883.

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Recent sales in HAWTHORN EAST

4 Lingwell RdUndisclosed4Auction Sale16/08/2014
401/2a Montrose Pl$387,5001Auction Sale16/08/2014
5 Station StUndisclosed4Auction Sale16/08/2014
208/102 Camberwell Rd$460,0002Auction Sale09/08/2014
2/1 Clifton Rd$617,5002Auction Sale09/08/2014
Source: RealestateVIEW. Note: Not all sold results are Marshall White listings.

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June Quarter Median House Price


Source: REIV