Five things we love about The Inc at Caulfield North

The Inc is Melbourne-based developer Platinum’s latest offering in Melbourne’s south-east, delivered in collaboration with Red Collective

Five things we love about The Inc at Caulfield North
Five things we love about The Inc at Caulfield North

The Inc is Melbourne-based developer Platinum’s latest offering in Melbourne’s south-east, delivered in collaboration with Red Collective.

Situated at 554-556 Inkerman Road, the home offers 19 luxury residences in two and three-bedroom configurations at a premium address.

Two-bedroom apartments in the complex begin from $945,000, while three-bedroom apartments start from $1,295,000.

Urban takes a look at five things we love about The Inc.

1. Sought-after location

Situated in a premium Melbourne suburb, Caulfield North, the Inc is set amongst quiet tree-lined streets and rich cultural experiences.

Vast parklands, fine dining and shopping destinations are all within reach, and the development is only a short drive from bars and boutiques on Carlisle Street, High Street and Glenferrie Road.

One of Melbourne’s best-connected suburbs, Caulfield North’s extensive public transport network makes reaching schools, surrounding suburbs, the city, and the beach, simple

2. Designed by local architects

Five things we love about The Inc at Caulfield North

Deeply considered, the Inc effortlessly integrates with the surrounding suburb and community with refined architecture and organic textures.

Designed by South Melbourne-based architects, Ewert Leaf, the premium development forms to make a textural masterpiece of architecture and amenity

The multi-disciplinary firm is known for their creative, innovative and pragmatic designs.

Past residential projects include Platinum Construction’s Park Residences in Caulfield North and Fortis’ Malvern project, Balmoral.
3. Spacious living spaces

Five things we love about The Inc at Caulfield North

Generous open-plan layouts offer expansive indoor and outdoor living and dining areas, ideal for entertaining.

“Each residence features floor-to-ceiling windows, integrated joinery, vast floorplans and oversized private terraces”, said interior designer Doris Rocca.

From the terrace, homebuyers can soak up sunlight and enjoy views across leafy treetops to the bay and Melbourne CBD.

The interiors bestow a contemporary and unassuming backdrop for residents to furnish the home in their own unique style.

The home’s feature a built-in feature fireplace encased in natural stone and other quality finishes.
4. Landscaping by John Patrick

Five things we love about The Inc at Caulfield North

“Featuring exquisite landscaping by John Patrick Landscape Architects, these luxury apartments perfectly assimilate into quiet yet character-filled Inkerman Road”, the project marketing reads.

Patrick’s landscaping transforms the residential building into an evergreen sanctuary, with outdoor entertaining space and calming greenery.

“The deeply considered design moulds to the slope of the land, effortlessly integrating with its environment and community – it’s as though the residences have always been there.”

5. Entertaining kitchen

Five things we love about The Inc at Caulfield North

The Inc’s kitchen is certainly the heart of the home, offering an abundance of space, sophistication and high-end functionality.

Whether hosting a dinner party or preparing a simple meal, the home features fully-integrated European appliances and generous cabinetry to make cooking enjoyable and stress-free.
Natural stone benchtops and splashbacks and tactile earth tones harmonise with the organic textures outdoors.

All kitchens feature cooktops, a black oven and an optional borderless wine fridge.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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The Inc Caulfield North Inkerman Road Melbourne Luxury Platinum Red Collective

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