448 Brighton apartments attracting lock up and leave sea and tree changers

It's down to the location, says Sunkin's Group Sales Manager Sophie Dobson, given it is adjacent to Elsternwick Park and Elwood Beach.

448 Brighton apartments attracting lock up and leave sea and tree changers
The outdoor entertaining area's at 448 Brighton. Image supplied

The Melbourne-based developer Sunkin Group is seeing a high demand of sea and tree-changers in their bayside Brighton apartment development 448 Brighton.

The SJB-designed development of just 17 apartments at 448 St Kilda Street has seen buyers from Daylesford, Cape Schank and Point Lonsdale in recent months.

It's down to the location says Sunkin's Group Sales Manager Sophie Dobson, given it is adjacent to Elsternwick Park and Elwood Beach.

“We’ve seen a real trend in buyers who are looking to have an inner-city base that doesn’t mean giving up their regional home luxuries like space, views, and nature.

“Buyers need more space when working from home and that trend is evident with Melburnians fleeing to the seaside or country to get more space and fresh air," Dobson says.

"These homes offer larger living spaces for people to enjoy and more space for those working from home.

Now 50 per cent sold since launching in December, 448 Brighton apartments feature premium Gaggenau and Bora appliances, Astra Walker tapware and marble bench tops and tiles. The courtyard apartments have landscaping by the renowned Jack Merlo Landscape Design.

There are two and three bedroom apartments available starting from $980,000.

Three skyhome penthouses with rooftop entertaining terraces and sweeping views will soon launch.

 

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 new developments across the country

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