Lowe Living see huge demand on Hampton Hill launch

Hampton Hill , a stone's throw from Hampton Beach, is a collaboration between the globally renowned architects Woods Bagot and landscape architects Florian Wild

Lowe Living see huge demand on Hampton Hill launch
Hampton Hill on Hampton Street. Image supplied

The leading Bayside developers, Lowe Living, has secured a big uptake following the launch of their newest Bayside apartment development, Hampton Hill.

Around half of the boutique 32-apartment development is either sold or reserved. 

Hampton Hill , a stone's throw from Hampton Beach, is a collaboration between the globally renowned architects Woods Bagot and landscape architects Florian Wild.

"Hampton Hill is set to be a project of distinction, elevating the neighbourhood character and the community it serves,"said Tim Lowe. Lowe Living Founder and Managing Director.

“Hampton Hill is envisioned as a place of wellbeing, where the things most important to you align. A sanctuary of comfort, clarity, and effortless daily rituals, where relaxation is prioritised and gathering celebrated.”

Lowe Living Founder and Managing Director, Tim Lowe

The 7.5 Star energy rated apartments, officially the highest energy saving apartments on offer in Hampton, each feature natural stone kitchens with Miele appliances, and terraces off the open plan living space designed for alfresco dining. 

There are a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, including two luxury penthouses which have panoramic bay and city views.

Woods Bagot designed the façade to adapt  Hampton Hill’s namesake mural into a prominent identity for the streetscape. Amidst a charming local village and its thriving hospitality scene, the design engages the vibrancy of the street with proposed café and retail elements.

“Designed to achieve a 7.5 Star energy rating, the building design connects with its coastal context whilst providing a direct and sensitive relationship to Hampton Street."

Kate Frear, Director, Woods Bagot

The interior design features a harmony of light and space, as pale oak flooring, honed natural stone and bespoke joinery create a palette of earthy neutrals and bay inspired hues.

The living zones are connected to nature through a series of terrace planters, coastal grasses and cascading foliage in the outdoor spaces.

Hampton Hill received strong support from the Bayside City Council. There was a unanimous endorsement from the entire council committee, a rare feat for developers to achieve.

The development is zoned for a number of prestigious schools nearby, and has the hospitality and retail precinct of Hampton on the doorstep.

Lowe Living are also participating in the Homes for Homes charity program and are donating around $50,000 to help create social and affordable housing.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and new developments across the country

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