Here are the top selling points of Central Equity's brand-new development Parkhill Apartments

Already proving popular with city residents who value location and won’t compromise on style and design quality, Parkhill sets the standard for West Melbourne apartments

Here are the top selling points of Central Equity's brand-new development Parkhill Apartments
Parkhill, West Melbourne. Image: Supplied

West Melbourne’s newest address combines spacious architecturally designed apartments with convenience and security.

Situated at 408 Spencer Street, Parkhill Apartments boasts 161 residents in one and two-bedroom configurations.

Already proving popular with city residents who value location and won’t compromise on style and design quality, Parkhill sets the standard for affordable apartments in Melbourne.

Just metres from the inner-city with CBD views, homebuyers can secure one-bedroom apartments in the block from just $479,000. Two-bedroom apartments start from $619,000, and up to $819,000 when featuring an extra bathroom and a parking space.

Urban takes a look at the top five selling points for buyers looking to secure a home in Parkhill.
 

1. Save thousands if you buy now

Owner-occupiers can save up to $72,000 if they buy before March 31.

Alongside huge stamp duty savings up to $42,000 and the final weeks of the $15,000 HomeBuilder Grant, the developer will offer an extra $15,000 to qualifying owner-occupiers,

Investors can also save, with stamp duty reductions up to $24,500.
 

2. Delivered by multi-award-winning developer

Parkhill Apartments is developed by Australian developer, Central Equity, with over 80 completed Melbourne projects.

Central Equity has won the Housing Institute of Australia (HIA) Victoria’s ‘Apartment Project of the Year’ award six times over the last ten years, making them the HIA Victoria’s most awarded apartment developer.
 

3. Top-quality design features

Here are the top selling points of Central Equity's brand-new development Parkhill Apartments

Each apartment delivers high-quality features like Miele appliances and German tapware.

Other offerings include 2.7-metre high windows, private balconies and double-glazed full-height windows allowing for an abundance of natural light.

“We really want [residents] to enjoy all this space, so we provided plenty of storage options to keep your things tucked away” said Central Equity’s general manager of product design, Ian Carkeek.

The homes include plenty of hidden storage space, with built-in-robes and kitchen cabinetry, as well as a hideaway laundry in select residences.
 

4. Great location

Parkhill is located in a compelling Melbourne CBD fringe location, only metres from the tranquil Flagstaff Gardens and other amenities.

Residents will have convenient access to shopping and dining offerings, universities, Melbourne’s employment hub and excellent public transport services.
 

5. Countless amenities

Here are the top selling points of Central Equity's brand-new development Parkhill Apartments

Designed to be the ideal place to work, live and play, Parkhill’s lifestyle offerings include a rooftop gymnasium with views of Melbourne’s skyline and a rooftop garden terrace.

The terrace provides a calming, landscaped setting to entertain family and friends, featuring dedicated seating areas, mature planting and barbeque facilities.

On the ground floor, a grand foyer and seven-day concierge help welcome you home.

Other features include two levels of secure basement parking, on-site video security, secured lift access and plenty of bicycle storage.

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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