Why Neometro's townhouses differ from any other home

Neometro's townhouse developments have long been in high demand, but even more so in 2021 as people continue to think more and more about their carbon footprint

Why Neometro's townhouses differ from any other home
Why Neometro's townhouses differ from any other home

The forward-thinking developer Neometro, a team of architects and design focused professionals, are set to bring something new to the small suburb of Thornbury.

Prospective buyers are always on watch for the next development from Neometro, who over the last 30 years have been delivering future-focused, sustainable and quality designed apartments and townhouses across Melbourne.

Neometro's townhouse developments have long been in high demand, but even more so in 2021 as people continue to think more and more about their carbon footprint. Neometro's last project, South Crescent, in the nearby Northcote, sold all of its four family-sized homes in just five days.

Before that there was success at 56 Shaftesbury in Thornbury, another set of four homes which were snapped up well before construction was completed. 

Neometro's latest development takes them back to the leafy Thornbury in Melbourne's northern inner-ring. 57 Martin will see six architecturally-designed, sustainable, townhouses created in harmony with the landscaped surrounds.

Quickly achieving 50% sold following the launch. Each Martin Street townhouse has three bedrooms, secure off-street parking, and spacious living and dining areas that open to rear landscaped, water-efficient gardens crafted by the landscape architecture firm Mud Office. The three bedrooms are located upstairs, one being a master retreat with its own ensuite. 

It's the build quality that stands out in Neometro developments, which isn't reflected in a heftier price tag. The three-bedroom townhouses start from $1,295,000, considerably less than the suburb's $1.4 million median house price for three-bedroom houses.

57 Martin Street have nearly three metre high ceilings, brick party walls and openable sky lights. Enduring materials are used to stand the test of time, with each residence achieving a minimum 7-Star NatHERS energy rating.

The extensive full height double-glazing with timber frames are thermally efficient, locking in the heat in the winter months and brining in natural light throughout the day.

57 Martin Street's design prioritises sustainability in several areas, which will minimise the dependence on artificial heating and cooling for the long-term benefit of both the occupier and the environment. Lochlan Sinclair, who heads up the company's design and development, said the most important part of doing business is staying true to their values.

"The difference between Neometro and our competitors is what we stand for," Sinclair said.

"We want to make valuable contributions to design culture, we want to be a part of important community and social initiatives, and we want to create beautiful, functional homes. 

"For Neometro, doing business is about building a legacy of design-focused projects that enhance everyday life, improve well-being, and foster sustainable urban communities."

The Martin Street location is one of the biggest selling points of the townhouses, set conveniently near parks All Nations Park and Darebin Parklands, as well as the popular retail and dining quarter on High Street.

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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 new developments across the country

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