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Highett House1217 Nepean Highway, Highett VIC 3190

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Estimated completion

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Building type

Low-rise

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Floor count

4 levels

More about Highett House

Highett House brings together the best ingredients from a diversity of cultures to its eponymous suburb. Developer Marcopolo Property and architect Planar Arc have combined their expertise to create a one-of-a-kind building that modernizes the concept of Roman villas with contemporary principles.

With 32 residences across four levels, Highett House embraces warm, earthy tones that echo mediterranean masonry. Bearing in mind its Melbourne location, the building references its hometown with dark glazing and metal cladding that reference its contemporary local aesthetic. The result is a seamless balance of both worlds.

The Italian sentiment is unmistakable from the inside out, from the meticulous attention to detail to the uncompromised luxury. Designed with targeted 6-star sustainability ratings, including solar-boosted gas heating, energy-efficient appliances, LED lighting, and rainwater tanks, Highett House offers a sense of abundant light and space.

Once inside, your eyes will be drawn to the very high ceilings and generous balconies. With feature walls that include beading detail, double-glazed windows, and cleverly placed lighting, the apartments stand out in their own individuality. Split system air-conditioning will keep you feeling refreshed and cosy all year round.

Stunning Italian kitchens, featuring herringbone timber floors, call attention to streamlined matte joinery, top-quality Miele appliances, and so much space that your Italian Mama will be in her cooking element. The bathrooms do not falter from the contemporary style and thoughtful design, with wall-mounted vanities providing generous storage.

Development Information

Architect:
Local Government Area:
Kingston (City)
Project Status:
Under Construction
Listing Type:
Residential
Building Type:
Low-rise
Estimated Completion Date:
Not Confirmed
Nearby Public Transport:
Highett Station
Building Height:
12.9 Metres
Floor Count:
4
Number of Buildings:
1
Bike Spaces:
10
Car Spaces:
44
Number of Residences:
32

Meet the team behind Highett House

What is a developer
A developer is a person or company that buys land, finances real estate deals and appoints a builder and architect to orchestrate their vision through masterplanning, design and construction.
What is an architect
An architect is instrumental in the vision, planning, design and construction supervision to which they provide a structure or space that serves the people.
What is a builder
A builder is a person or company that has been appointed to a development to oversee, coordinate, construct or repair properties. Builders can also be self directed.

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