Yarrabend Fourdrinier House

Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Built In Wardrobe
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Dishwasher
  • Ensuite
  • Garage
  • Internal Laundry
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry

Details

PROPERTY INFORMATIONPRICE: $765,000 – $799,000

Available Lots: 9

Bedroom Bathroom Garage
2 2 1
Rent Return
Rent Weekly:
$600 – $700
Rent Monthly:
$2,600 – $3,033
Rent Yearly:
$31,200 – $36,400
Rental Yield Return:
4.2%
Property Details
Total Lots:
10
Build Time-frame
Start Date:
May 2021
End Date:
Oct 2022
Land Registration:
Expenses
Est. Council Rates:
$1,448 – $1,543
Est. Body Corporate:
$5,219 – $5,468
Trust Account Details
A/C Name:
Kalus Kenny Intelex Law Practice Trust Account
Bank:
National Australia Bank
BSB:
083-419
A/C No:
863 106 070

 

PROPERTY CONDITIONS

Reservation Deposit Amount: $2,000

 

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

*Please be advised that some lots/units may need confirmation of availability. Kindly ensure to check availability first by emailing or phoning us.* YarraBend offers a diverse range of properties to suit your client’s lifestyle, with six precincts and 300m of riverfront, only 6.5km from the Melbourne CBD. This exciting masterplan community will deliver over 1200+ new homes, a shopping centre, parks, health & wellness centre and vibrant restaurant precinct. This once-in-a-generation project is one of Australia’s most significant new developments, and promises to reimagine the traditional ideas of a neighbourhood and a community. Founded on a holistic approach to urban living, YarraBend brings together the latest ideas from around the globe in technology, sustainability, art & design, health & wellness, knowledge and gastronomy. This universal approach has led to a singular result; a new and eminently liveable suburb on the bank of Melbourne’s Yarra River. Fourdrinier House apartments are defined by considered architecture and raw, robust materials, cleverly balanced with contemporary elements. The existing warehouse building has been retained and re-interpreted into an apartment building which extends further south and pushes above the existing building shell by two levels to create an intriguing contrast between old and new. The architectural expression emphasises distinct forms that evoke the industrial history of the locale, carefully balanced with contemporary detailing through the retained brick façade, concrete piers and framed windows whilst the extension to the south and above level three are architecturally designed circular concrete drums and perforated corten-look screen in keeping with the Heritage Precinct character. Integrated landscaping is a significant element of Technē’s design process. Here, landscaping is a key feature that visually connects the precinct to the nearby parkland, walking trails and sprawling greenery, and establishes a counterpoint to the raw materiality.
  • ID: 4463
  • Published: July 3, 2021
  • Last Update: July 3, 2021
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