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There is a taste of the future on offer at a striking new Northcote apartment project.
Tomorrow by name and nature, the 24-home development by Young Group will push the sustainability envelope, with 7.5-star NatHERS efficiency ratings and each home set to feature a dedicated herb and vegetable planter box on its balcony or in its courtyard.
Marshall White Project’s Leonard Teplin said the design by MAP Architecture was highly considered and homebuyers were responding to its forward-thinking approach with seven sold after 432 inquiries for the project that launched on February 5.
“It’s about bringing future designs and changes to construction methodologies into today’s buildings,” Mr Teplin said.
“And it has been really well received. People want to know their home is forward thinking.”
Buyers have also appreciated style points of difference, including the option of a colour scheme with royal navy highlights.
“There’s a beautiful contrast that’s really sophisticated and elegant,” Mr Teplin said. “This building is not about copying everyone else.”
Living spaces are open-plan and will receive copious natural light with sliding glazing providing for an indoor-outdoor entertaining vibe.
Homes will have a mix of city and suburban views, while aesthetics inside blend stone surfaces with timber floors and design highlights including timber batten features.
With trams on the doorstep and an IGA supermarket soon to be built nearby, as well as convenient access to schools and parkland, much of the apartment development’s early interest has come from young families priced out of the suburb’s housing market.
Demolition is expected to start next month and buyers should be in by the middle of or late next year.
One-bedroom apartments are from $460,000, two-bedroom homes from $620,000 and three-bedroom offerings from $900,000.
For more information call Liam Adey on 0432 660 711 or visit tomorrownorthcote.com.au