Hawthorn Hill is a magnificent series of luxury one and two bedroom apartments, in a building which includes a grand historic entrance lobby, classic styling, meticulous interiors and excellent city uninterrupted views from higher levels.
Located in one of Melbourne’s most prestigious neighbourhoods, residents can expect an inner-city lifestyle, combined with striking architecture and beautifully appointed living spaces.
The development, designed by award winning architects and interior design company ROTHELOWMAN and to be built by celebrated developer Grollo Group, includes the retention and refurbishment of the existing heritage buildings, which front Burwood Road. The sensitive use of contrasts, colours and materials provide a pleasing integration of style between the new and old buildings.
“Considered and distinctive design, the intention has been to create an elegant response that celebrates and enhances the original form while delivering landmark Hawthorn residences that will remain relevant,” ROTHELOWMAN managing director Shane Rothe said.
Each of the 61 apartments at Hawthorn Hill has been designed to accommodate a collection of furniture and a series of pieces, rather than conventional built-in items. This is applied across kitchen, living, bedrooms and bathrooms.
The approach celebrates traditional craft techniques and production, while incorporating modern technological advances. To add to the offering, residents can chose from a range of optional upgrades; colour schemes, brass and copper tapware, feature lighting, European appliances, timber floors and joinery pieces.
“The intention is to produce an elegant development that celebrates and enhances the original buildings, while delivering landmark Hawthorn residences for the ages,” development manger Nicholas Wilkinson from Grollo Group said.
Apartments range from 41 square metres to 103 square metres and will be priced from $385,000.
Hawthorn is one of Melbourne’s premier neighbourhoods, long characterised by its leafy boulevards, private schools and proud history.
Less than 6kms from Melbourne’s CDB, Hawthorn Hill is close to Glenferrie Railway Station, and only minutes to the city by train. Tram routes 16 and 75 offer frequent links to St Kilda, Melbourne University surrounding suburbs, while it is a leisurely commute along the Yarra Bicycle Trail and bike lanes on Bridge Road through Richmond and beyond.
“Hawthorn is easily accessible from the CBD and offers outstanding amenity for its residents,” Wilkinson said.
The area has an abundance of beautiful parks and many shopping and dining options in the shops, cafes and restaurants along Glenferrie, Auburn or Camberwell Roads. Residents are also spoilt for choice when it comes to sporting facilities, with some of Melbourne’s best venues just moments away, including Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, Auburn Bowls Club, and the soon to be reopened Hawthorn Sports and Aquatic Centre.