A green oasis: Spotlight on Feehan Row terraces at Moonee Valley Park

The homes and terraces sit on the east side of the redevelopment next to the masterplan’s first release, the Thomas Street apartment building

A green oasis: Spotlight on Feehan Row terraces at Moonee Valley Park
The exterior of Tote Park Homes in Feehan Row. Image supplied

Feehan Row terraces, part of the $2 billion Moonee Valley Park masterplan, have been designed by Rothelowman, who were inspired by the green landscapes of the local area.

The homes and terraces sit on the west side of the redevelopment next to the masterplan’s first release, the Thomas Street apartment building.

They include Tote Park Homes, a collection of six three-bedroom houses on the doorstep of the 5,000 sqm Tote Park. Prices start from $1,445,000. 

The Kenna St Collection fronts a tree-lined street with gated front courtyards, with three-bedrooms from $1,395,000. 

The Mews Collection, Glenara Walk Terraces, and McPherson Street Residences, have all sold out.

Feehan Row offers residents the whole green package, from parklands, bike paths, and walking trails to sporting fields, playgrounds and community spaces. 

Each Rothelowman-designed home has a securely gated and individual entrance, with architecture inspired by historic Victorian terraces. Landscaped frontages and fringing greenery offer both privacy and seclusion. 

The terraces have internal stair access throughout, but Hamton offers residents the choice to upgrade to a private lift for additional convenience. 

Each kitchen is complete with contemporary finishes and storage space, while bedrooms and bathrooms are equipped with high-quality fittings and fixtures.

Other features include secure, underground car parking for terraces or private garages for houses. Some garage spaces include bike racks and additional adjacent storage spaces that could make for an ideal wine cellar.

The heritage-inspired homes and terraces are bordered by the new Tote Park, the leafy corridor of Glenara Walk, and Poplar Garden.

Chris Hayton, principal for Rothelowman said that Feehan Row will establish a contemporary version of the grand Australian terraces  –  many of which can be found throughout the leafy suburb of Moonee Ponds.

"We believe that residents will love living at Feehan Row because in addition to the timeless design of these homes, they can access a rich environment of amenities and parkland.”

A green oasis: Spotlight on Feehan Row terraces at Moonee Valley Park

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au. His focus is shining a spotlight on some of Australia's best apartment developments and their features

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