Courtyard apartments in new Kew development with very own putting green

Courtyard apartments in new Kew development with very own putting green
Courtyard apartments in new Kew development with very own putting green

The Grounds of Kew in Melbourne will be the first apartment project in Australia to have its own private putting greens.

Each of the four courtyard apartments will have the option to install their own private greens.

The courtyards range in size from 237sqm – 271sqm.

The Beulah International development will feature 20 luxury residences, with prices starting from $1,415,000.

Award-winning landscaper Paul Bangay has drawn inspiration from the grand estates and gardens of Kew to create a private playground for each ground floor residence.

Beulah International general sales manager Jamie Baldwin said Kew is home to one of Melbourne’s oldest established golf clubs, which has 1,300 playing members.

“This is a fantastic and rare opportunity for residents, as they can practise their putting skills before playing down at the local club,” he said.

Beulah has partnered with Australian professional golfer and PGA Member Craig Spence, who has provided guidance on how to achieve the best possible private putting green experience in the residences, and will host a putting masterclass at the display suite next month.

Spence has played 14 years on world tours including a US PGA tour and Europe and won the 1999 Australian Masters. 

Spence said having access to a personal practice putting green is a dream opportunity.

“So much so, that even Tour Professionals in the US are putting in private putting greens,” he said.

Beulah International executive director Adelene Teh said Beulah’s vision is to deliver the first project in Kew amongst the Sackville Ward community, with multiple four-bedroom, 4-garage apartment homes.

“Kew is one of the most prestigious addresses in Melbourne and is an untapped market when it comes to hyper-luxury, modern developments,” she said.

Drawing inspiration from Sackville Ward’s grand mansions and Federation Architecture, The Grounds will only be four levels high.

Featuring a range of two, three and four-bedroom single level residences, The Grounds of Kew will be priced from $1.415 million to $4.920 million, with apartments ranging in size from 106sqm – 296sqm internally with additional outdoor space.

Two lavish penthouses will sit atop The Grounds, accessed by a private lift.

 

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Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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