Kew's top five off the plan apartments for sale

Living in Kew has long been sought-after, so we've wrapped up the top apartments currently selling in the prized suburb.
Alison Warters June 27, 20220 min read

Home to some of Melbourne’s grandest mansions and extensive private gardens, Kew maintains a rich history as one of the city’s most prized suburbs.

The leafy suburb use to be a city in its own right, until 1994 when the the cities of Kew, Hawthorn and Camberwell were amalgamated to form the City of Boroondara. 

The amalgamation only made the area more fruitful with nearby attractions including the iconic Yarra River, Studley Park Boathouse, Collingwood Children’s Farm, Abbotsford Convent and the picturesque Dights Falls.

Living in Kew has long been sought-after, so we've wrapped up the top apartments currently selling in the prized suburb.

The Studley

The most recent apartment project the hit the Kew market is the most boutique.

The Studley comprises just eight apartments across its three-level building, aimed at the local downsizer with sizes ranging from 187 sqm to 500 sqm.

Each apartment has three bedrooms, at least two bathrooms, and two car spaces. The two-bedroom apartments include a home office.

Designed to integrate into its leafy surrounds, The Studley is in one of Kew's most sought-after spots. Named after its location on Studley Avenue, The Studley is just a short walk to the Yarra River trails to the west, and the bustling convenience of Princess Street to the east and Studley Park Road to the south.

The Bradford

Developer: Jafari Property Group

The Bradford, by developer Jafari Group, is bringing just 10 luxury apartments to the exclusive area, another project targeting the downsizer and upsizer with its house-sized living spaces.

The three-level building seamlessly integrates into the surrounding streetscape, cleverly divided into four smaller entities with their own identity, to imbue a sense of privacy and individuality, connected by a secure lobby.

Designed by the highly-regarded Cera Stribley architecture and interior design studio, The Bradford has a select range of two and three-bedroom residences remaining.

Kew Rise

Developer: Alpine Group

Kew Rise offers a more affordable entry into the Kew market.

Kew Rise has just 20 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, priced from $580,000.

The Richmond-based, Interlandi Mantesso Architects, designed the apartments that follow an open-plan layout, with a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments available. 

Floor-to-ceiling glazing allows an abundance of natural light to spill into the homes, that have been designed to suit an array of buyers, from individuals, to couples, and families. 

No.1 Studley Park

Developer: Prince Corporation

The local Melbourne developer Prince Corporation, led by Peter Mitrevski, are behind the aptly named No.1 Studley Park project, located at 1 Studley Park Road.

Expected to be completed this year, No.1 Studley Park has 30 one, two and three-bedroom apartments.

Architecture firm Telha Clarke have drawn inspiration from the distinctive forms and rich materiality of the Art Deco era to design the park fronting homes.

Bloom Overture

Developer: CHH Property

The under construction Overture presents a collection of 25 townhomes set within a lush private park, along with four exclusive penthouses. 

The built form consists of a blend of stone, granite and marble, connecting Overture with the exisiting structures in Kew. 

Designed by award winning Bruce Henderson and Craig Eldridge, the townhomes span two and three-levels, while the penthouses comprise three-bedroom configurations. 

Denmark Kew

Developer: Grocon

The Denmark is the highest density project in this list, comprising  brings a collection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments to Kew.

Chandler Architecture designed the apartments, utilising the surrounding art-deco and heritage buildings as inspiration. 

Located on level 10, the building's central location, the terrace, includes bench seating alongside a communal table and fire pit, with views to Kew and beyond. 

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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