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WHERE AMENITY MEETS SERENITY: ELENBERG FRASER CREATES AN INNER-CITY OASIS AT ST.BOULEVARD
Nestled in the centre of St Kilda Road’s famous tree-lined boulevard lies St.Boulevard, a highly sought-after collection of residences surrounded by lush tropical landscapes and resort-style amenities that will act as a hidden haven for its residents.
Residents will find absolute tranquillity within the serene surroundings at St.Boulevard, while remaining minutes from Melbourne’s CBD and the best dining, education, entertainment and shopping the city has to offer.
Designed by world-renowned architects Elenberg Fraser and Melbourne-based developer The Shakespeare Group, the residential development finds its inspiration from garden cities around the globe to deliver a truly inspired living experience.
Comprising three individually crafted buildings St. Boulevard’s expansive central botanic garden will transport residents to a world far away where they can play, relax or entertain friends and family.
The star of the gardens is the 25m lagoon-shaped pool, surrounded by tropical flora and fauna, sunken lounges, BBQ areas and poolside pavilions. Residents can also book out private lounge and dining areas for functions, or enjoy it as a communal space to meet their neighbours.
St.Boulevard will offer a staggering 18 amenity areas in total including a children’s play area, state-of-the-art gym, health club, spa, private theatre, reading room, games room and karaoke pod.
Adding to the retreat feel, each apartment will feature either stunning north-facing city or bay views, or vistas of the vibrant gardens below.
Elenberg Fraser Director Callum Fraser says the building is designed to give residents all the convenience that inner-city living provides with the peace and luxury of a hotel environment.
“ It’s more than a hotel and more than an apartment building,” says Fraser. “It’s in every way a new form of inhabitation which we’re calling an urban resort. You get to live and have all the great facilities of a hotel, but you also get to live in a distinctly residential environment.”
The luxury doesn’t stop once buyers step inside; each apartment is larger than average with one-bedroom apartments typically offering open 55sqm floor plans, and 75sqm plans for two bedrooms.
The personalised nature of St.Boulevard is evident in the apartments’ interiors, where buyers will have a choice of light or dark schemes, and Elenberg Fraser’s innovative retractable screen design allow residents to adjust the space, level of sunlight and usability of each apartment’s central internal spaces.
This ‘second skin’ is a fluid patchwork of operable windows, allowing the apartments to breathe and draw natural air flow within while creating pockets of changeable internal ‘winter gardens’ throughout the bedrooms and living spaces.
With a focus on bringing the outside in, the oversized living and kitchen areas feature raw materials such as stone, timber and natural leather handles. Kitchens include a large butler’s pantry with natural stone benchtops, soft-closing draws and Miele appliances.
A limited number of one and two-bedroom residences remain at St.Boulevard, with prices for one-bedroom apartments starting at $540,000 and two bedrooms starting at $780,000.
St.Boulevard is located at 601 St Kilda Road, Melbourne.
The information and images in this website are intended as a general introduction to St Boulevard, Magnolia Residences and do not form an offer, guarantee or contract. Please note that whilst reasonable care is taken to ensure that the contents of this website are correct, this information is to be used as a guide only. All plans and images are conceptual only and may change at any time without notice. The computer generated images of apartments are indicative only. This material was prepared prior to the completion of design and construction of the building featured. The developer reserves the right to amend the finish and selections that constitute the external and internal fabric of the development due to unforeseen building constraints and product availability. Purchasers must rely on their own enquiries and the contract for sale.