What Urban loves most about Hurstmon in Malvern East

“We chose Hurstmon because it appeared like a high-quality project in a great suburb that suited our requirements”, said buyers Michelle and Pete

What Urban loves most about Hurstmon in Malvern East
Hurstmon, Malvern East. Image: Supplied

Hurstmon is Landream’s latest offering in Melbourne's south-east, delivering a sense of privacy, seclusion and retreat.

The home’s strong architectural language delivers something unique to Malvern East while still blending into the locale to create a harmonious living space.

“We chose Hurstmon because it appeared like a high-quality project in a great suburb that suited our requirements”, said buyers Michelle and Pete, who purchased an off-the-plan apartment in the development.

To help see if this Malvern East residence is right for you, Urban reveals the top five things to love about Hurstmon.
 

1. Its prime location in Malvern East

Hurstmon delivers the lifestyle needs of its residents with Malvern East’s abundance of amenities. Established parks, transport options, bicycle paths and creative cafes are on your doorstep.

Although the Melbourne CBD is just 15-kilometres from the city, the development connects residents to some of Melbourne’s most beautiful parks and historic gardens.
 

2. Spacious one, two and three-bedroom apartments

What Urban loves most about Hurstmon in Malvern East

Designed by Telha Clarke, each two or three-bedroom residence represents the best of lifestyle, contemporary architecture, earthy tones, premium materials and respect for the area’s deep history, with its expansive proportions working to promote light and air flow.

“The generous proportions of these homes have allowed for us to really let the volume speak for themselves”, said Telha Clarke associate Harriet Fell.
 

3. The architectural façade

Hurstmon has a “hidden-gem quality”, according to architect Tim Clarke. Popping out like an oasis, the project offers a level of class that has never been seen before in Malvern East, with floor-to-ceiling windows and contemporary design.

“We love the unique façade of Hurstmon and the floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows throughout the property and our apartment”, said buyers Michelle and Pete.
 

4. Contemporary-styled interiors

What Urban loves most about Hurstmon in Malvern East

The Telha Clarke-designed interiors offer two colour schemes, in grey or green. Walnut timber joinery, pale timber floorboards and stone kitchen benchtops are among the home’s premium finishes.

Each residence includes a double-glazing, ducted heating and a butler’s pantry, with floorplans responsive to changes and requests by homebuyers.
 

5. Landscaping by Eckersley Garden Architecture

Positioned on a tree-lined street, Eckersley Garden Architecture uses the gardens to highlight Hurstmon’s vertical form, while utilising green spaces to mirror the streetscape and blend into The Fabric of Malvern East.

Ground-floor residences enjoy manicured courtyards and extended outdoor space.

Two-bedroom apartments in the project start from $795,000 while three-bedroom apartments begin at $1,599,500.

The project is estimated for completion in early 2022. Request floorplans and information from an agent today.

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.

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