What buyers need to know about Sixth Ave in Chelsea Heights: Urban chats with Aultun Group managing director Bruce Yang

They say property is about three things, for us they are beach, transport & amenities. What a perfect storm this is with style, quality & affordability.

What buyers need to know about Sixth Ave in Chelsea Heights: Urban chats with Aultun Group managing director Bruce Yang
A row of townhouses in Sixth Ave. Image supplied

Sixth Avenue is the newest development by the Melbourne developer Aultun Group.

The homes are part of a unique estate that has been designed by Point Architects to provide high quality living for the discerning owner occupier. 

Consisting of a total of 59 townhouses, Sixth Ave. captivates modern design boasting a versatility of space and function, with light filled interiors superbly finished with high quality fixtures. Outside private expansive courtyards make for the perfect ultimate family lifestyle by the bay. 

We sat down with Aultun Group managing director Bruce Yang to discuss Sixth Avenue.

JR: What demographic was the development pitched at?

BY: The growing numbers of 25-58 year old bayside residences who wanted to keep the bayside lifestyle & improve on their current living accommodation without moving out several suburbs. Therefore affordability was just as important as quality. The homes had to feel as much a part of the beach side living as they did family wise, inclusive of creature comforts that one would expect in a family home, for example great outdoor entertaining areas, well-appointed fittings & fixtures to name a few.      

JR: What was the brief for Point Architects?

To embrace the bayside lifestyle, using colours of rammed earth & beach tones. Create areas that are bright & airy with room for growing families to entertain.

What buyers need to know about Sixth Ave in Chelsea Heights: Urban chats with Aultun Group managing director Bruce Yang

JR: Which part of the project are you most looking forward to seeing when completed?

Construction commences very shortly, so the time spent designing & planning have come to an end and it’s time for realisation. The collaboration of each stage of the development from the site acquisition to completion.

There are many hero moments, though the one that leaves me with goose bumps is seeing families move into their new homes. The buyers take the same experience as we do, they are in anticipation of the possibilities a new home brings.  The joy of home ownership is right up there in one of the greatest experience of a lifetime.   

JR: What will be the biggest drawcard for buyers to the project?

They say property is about three things, For us they are beach, transport & amenities. What a perfect storm this is with style, quality & affordability.

What buyers need to know about Sixth Ave in Chelsea Heights: Urban chats with Aultun Group managing director Bruce Yang

JR: How important is the Bayside location? And why as a development team have you decided to focus your projects in that area?

We love the South East & Bayside, it's where Melburnians go to the beach be it for a day trip or week on the Peninsula. You will always find something new to do, surrounded by some of Melbourne’s best government & private schools, the new Mordialloc by-pass will also bring so much value to the area.

Our expectation is that we will see a sharp price increase in property values in Chelsea Heights end of 2022 start of 2023 when this project & the Chelsea railway upgrade have been expected for completion.

The South East & Bayside will always be a better investment not only financially also holistically & social factors wise. 

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 the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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