Top developments for sale in Melbourne's north-east

Genteel East Melbourne is marked by stately Victorian terraces, art deco buildings and parks

Top developments for sale in Melbourne's north-east
Valia, Ivanhoe

Genteel East Melbourne is marked by stately Victorian terraces, art deco buildings and parks with Spring Street offering European-style cafes and glitzy musicals at the opulent Princess Theatre.

While Melbourne's northern suburbs are renowned for maintaining a strong sense of community, with the key to Melbourne north's lasting appeal being the combination of a laid-back village feel and utmost convenience.

Together they combine iconic locations while ideally placed to take advantage of both the city just a short commute away as well as more local secrets.

Urban checked out four of the hottest developments to consider when looking to buy in Melbourne's North-East.

1. Valia, Ivanhoe

Two-bedroom apartments start from $869,000

Valia is a new residential offering in Melbourne’s Ivanhoe, boasting an exclusive collection of 14 luxury residences.

Developed by Prestige Ivanhoe, the two and three-bedroom offerings are set over five floors on the tightly-held Upper Heidelberg Road.

Blending into the leafy suburb, Valia delivers a soft concrete and glass exterior, as well as verdant wrap-around balconies incorporating overhanging plants.

Designed by WMK, the expansive garden terraces provide space for entertaining friends and family with views over the green streetscapes of Melbourne’s north-east.

The interiors of the residences are designed by SJB Interiors in collaboration with IDLE Architecture Studio

2. 15 Herlihys Road, Templestowe Lower

Four-bedroom townhomes start from $1,099,000

Located in one of Melbournes best green suburbs and developed by Unison Residential every residence in the 14 townhome development has been designed with low maintenance objectives in mind

ESD features of the 6-star green energy rating development include but are not limited to, LED downlights, quality water-saving fixtures and solar hot water.

All homes are north to south positioned, providing beautiful direct sunlight. With generous private open space and carefully-designed floorplans, enjoy a seamless flow of internal and external living, air, and light.

3. Trilogy Place, South Morang

Three-bedroom townhomes starting from $507,000

Delivered by Gibson Property Corporation, Trilogy Place features range from stunning parkland views to solar power integration, with options to add a 10kWh battery storage system and 5kW solar panel array.

The 6 star green townhouse development was constructed in collaboration with Village Building.

Situated just 25 kilometres from Melbourne's CBD, residents can be in the city in minutes, or enjoy the local convenience of the Whittlesea area. 

Trilogy Place is within walking distance to Westfield Plenty Valley, Pipetrack Park, Plenty Gorge Parklands, Morang South Primary School, Mill Park Secondary College, Marymede and Parade Catholic Colleges, RMIT, La Trobe University, local supermarkets, and great public transport options.

4. Olea Mason Point, Mill Park 

Three-bedroom townhomes starting from $1,096,000

Olea is located in Mill Park, one of Victoria's fastest-growing suburbs within the new Mason Point community. The residences are adjoined by vast reserves and parklands, nestled in a safe and lush botanic community combining amenities and effortless connectivity.

Mason Point is a mixed-use development located in Melbourne’s north in the heart of the South Morang Activity Centre – situated on the corner of Plenty Road and Bush Boulevard.

The master planned community will be home to 400 residents, 1500 employees and is set to become a thriving part of the South Morang Activity Centre. 

This development is truly reshaping Melbourne's affordable luxury residential future, with Olea being the first 6-level building in The Mason Point development. 

Olea has also sold off large retail tenancies, meaning purchasers will have a range of lifestyle, retail and eateries available at their doorsteps.

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au

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