Top apartments you can buy in Melbourne's eastern suburbs

Urban has taken a look at five of the top apartments for sale east of the Melbourne CBD

Top apartments you can buy in Melbourne's eastern suburbs
Two51 on Swan. Image supplied

off the plan apartments in Melbourne's sought-after eastern suburbs offer an affordable entry price in to the property market.

The east is made up by the likes of Glen Waverley, Hawthorn, Box Hill, Kew and Canterbury.

Urban has taken a look at four of the top apartments for sale East of the Melbourne CBD.

1. Sky Garden, Glen Waverley

Two-bedroom apartments from $668,000

GoldenAge Group have recently completed their development Sky Garden Glen Waverley, located above the redeveloped shopping centre The Glen.

The three towers, designed by ROTHELOWMAN, home 536 apartments, with only around 75 left to sell.

Prices starting from $498,000 for one bedroom apartments and $668,000 for two bedroom apartments. Three bedroom apartments are priced from $1,118,000.

Sky Garden residents will have access to a resident-only rewards program. The customised app gives residents a reward program for retail outlets in The Glen shopping plaza.

2. Hawthorn Park, Hawthorn East

Two-bedroom apartments from $670,000

For those prioritising luxury living, Hawthorn Park in Melbourne's Camberwell is turning heads.

Designed by multi-award-winning architect, ROTHELOWMAN, Hawthorn Park reimagines the norm of apartment living. 

Hawthorn Park boasts unparalleled amenities - from Melbourne's first sky pool and theatre rooms in selected apartments to a stunning sky lounge and approximately 2000 square metres of parkland curated by landscape architect Jack Merlo

Pack with features you are definitely getting the above and beyond with resort style amenities.

3. TWO51 on Swan, Richmond

Two-bedroom apartments from $1,030,000

Expected to reach completion in August, TWO51 on Swan offers the rare opportunity for half and full-floor penthouses in Melbourne’s Richmond.

Blueprint Projects’ development offers buyers two, three and four-bedroom configurations in the art deco-inspired building, designed by Watson Young Architects.

Other features include a grand lobby, open-plan layouts, and an expansive open-air ‘winter garden’, with integrated balustrades finished with stone, timber and metal textures.

4. Light Edge

One-bedroom apartments from $400,000

Also in Richmond but appealing more to the first home buyer is Light Edge, the BPM developed block of 31 apartments designed by DKO.

One bedroom apartments in the six level complex start from $400,000, which includes a parking space, and sits just over one kilometre from The G.

Both striking and luxurious, residents are welcomed into curated spaces of exquisite materials and finishes including stone, polished chrome and beautifully considered oak timbers. Light Edge’s interior design responds to the demands of contemporary urban living, while car and storage facilities deliver convenience and security

5. The Parade

One-bedroom apartments starting from $465,000

Coming to Box Hill is The Parade, designed by award-winning architects Hayball and comprising of 58 one and two bedroom residences across 12 floors.

The building’s signature cascading facade gives the ability to deliver generous balconies with uninterrupted sky views and light-filled living spaces and varied floor plans to appeal to a diverse range of buyers. 

Living in Box Hill is effortless, with tree-lined streets, parks, reserves, schools, employment, major shopping and transport options all within walking distance from your home.

The Parade is 14km from inner-city Melbourne. With the Box Hill Station and an extensive tram line on Whitehorse Road, travelling is simple and easy.

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au

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