How Walsh Grange brings something different to Melbourne's Ormond

Melbourne-based architects, Telha Clarke designed the Ormond apartments with the modern low-rise building focussing on creating connections through shared public spaces and surrounding garden and trees. 
The modern garden apartments at Walsh Grange. Image supplied
Alison Warters May 29, 20220 min read

The recently launched Walsh Grange, in Melbourne's Ormond, is drawing attention from everyone, from first home buyers to downsizers.

Projects by Buxton director Heath Thompson says it's due to the uniqueness of the project.

"There's nothing nearby locally that offers such a wide mix of both configurations, price point, and quality of development," Thompson says.

Young families have shown keen interest in the larger three-bedroom apartments, particular the ground-level garden apartments that offer extensive landscaped courtyards, most of which are north facing.

“With Kilvington Grammar just around the corner, along with a host of other schools and parks and family-orientated amenity, we’re expecting to have a number of buyers amalgamate apartments also, to create that bigger space that is taking over the current property market," Thompson adds.

There's a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments on offer in the development of just 23 contemporary units.

The project is being developed as a joint venture between CQ Property Developments and Loi Projects. the latter being behind the likes of Arbour Park in Surrey Hills and MaSt in Brighton.

Walsh Grange has been designed by the local architecture studio Telha Clarke to deliver the security of community and the comfort of a private, premium residence.

The modern low-rise building focussing on creating connections to nature through the surrounding gardens and trees. 

On the fringes of Brighton and Caulfield, Ormond is well connected to the rest of Melbourne through extensive bus and train network, as well as access to major road networks.

The small pocket in the Glen Eira district has grown substantially, and is now brimming with bustling retail precincts, extensive amenities and education options, as well as having many spacious public parks and gardens, and of course its proximity to Brighton Beach.

Ormond came to life more than 150 years ago, growing with the nearby CBD while still maintaining its community charm of a Bayside lifestyle.

Apartments in Walsh Grange

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1 bedroom from $489,000
Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
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Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
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Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
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Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
49m²
2 bedroom from $595,000
Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
2
Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
2
Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
1
Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
71m²
3 bedroom from $999,000
Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
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Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
2
Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
2
Walsh Grange - 4 Walsh Street, Ormond
97m²

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.
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