Uncover the fabric of Altona North: Seven things to love about the inner-west Melbourne suburb

With beautiful open spaces, a vibrant community and sustainable new residences, The Fabric at Altona North provides the ideal location for families

Uncover the fabric of Altona North: Seven things to love about the inner-west Melbourne suburb
Altona Beach, Melbourne. Image: Shutterstock

With beautiful open spaces, a vibrant community and sustainable new residences, Altona North provides the ideal location for families.

Mirvac’s latest masterplanned community, The Fabric, is no different, boasting tree-lined boulevards and space perfect for exploring, relaxation, or play.

Prioritising style and functionality, each residence includes flexible floorplans and a seven-star NatHERS energy rating ensuring home are as healthy as can be.

Mirvac’s range of homes are designed by their in-house team, featuring Australian-made CLARK tapware and ABEY kitchen sinks, landscaped entryways and tranquil courtyard space.  

Situated in the beautiful Altona North, Urban takes a look at seven things we love about the Melbourne suburb to uncover The Fabric.

Uncover the fabric of Altona North: Seven things to love about the inner-west Melbourne suburb

1. Patchwork Park

Located at the centre of the masterplanned community, Mirvac has designed Patchwork Park as be the focal meeting point for The Fabric.

Among its features include picnic areas, a sculptural playground, barbeque facilities and communal herb gardens.
 

2. Immersed in the best dining and shopping options

The Fabric is located amongst vibrant eateries and local hot spots for diverse cuisines.

Homebuyers will relish the ability to walk to the supermarket and retail offerings, as well as the fresh market stalls of the Inner West.
 

3. Community open space

Uncover the fabric of Altona North: Seven things to love about the inner-west Melbourne suburb

Not only does this development propose approximately 3.15-hectares of planned community open space, but it’s located in close proximity to the Newport Lakes Reserve.

The 33-hectare park promises family fun, with two big lakes, a nature trail, bikeways and a dog park.
 

4. Lifestyle amenities

Transformed from its industrial past, Altona North delivers the ideal middle ground between connectivity and a family-friendly environment, within easy reach of just about everything.

At Altona North, residents can find the Bayfit leisure centre, a public pool, a nearby golf course and other leisure amenities.
 

5. Beachside location

Uncover the fabric of Altona North: Seven things to love about the inner-west Melbourne suburb

With Altona Beach and Williamstown to the south, families can unwind in the sand or settle under the shade of Norfolk pines.
 

6. Great education options

Surrounded by an impressive public library, established schools and community centres, Altona North boasts great education options for children young and old.

The home is located in the catchment area of Newport Lakes Primary, Altona North Primary and Emmanuel College and within walking distance of performance and art schools and childcare centres and secondary.
 

7. Conveniently located

Uncover the fabric of Altona North: Seven things to love about the inner-west Melbourne suburb

Just nine kilometres from Melbourne CBD via the West Gate Freeway, Altona North has it all.

Newport train station is just a 2.5-kilometre cycling distance from The Fabric, giving you access to the Werribee line.

Two-bedroom townhomes start from $695,000, while four-bedroom homes start from $990,000.

Construction on the future townhomes is set to begin in early 2021.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

Tags: 
Altona North The Fabric Melbourne apartments Mirvac

Comments

Be the first one to comment on this article
What would you like to say about this project?