En­gle­field a smart choice

Herald Sun - Property - - DEVELOPMENT - BENN DORRINGTON

TURN­ING on the heat­ing be­fore you get home or clos­ing the blinds re­motely with your smart­phone is part of the nextlevel home au­to­ma­tion in a new South Yarra de­vel­op­ment.

Perri Projects re­cently launched their tai­lored liv­ing con­cept in The En­gle­field project, of­fer­ing home au­to­ma­tion, per­son­alised valet ser­vices and re­mote con­trol tech­nol­ogy through phone and tablet ap­pli­ca­tions.

The deluxe low-rise project of­fers six apart­ments and a pent­house at 17-19 Cham­bers St, with two and three-be­d­room con­fig­u­ra­tions.

Smart de­vices will also op­er­ate the home’s light­ing and cool­ing.

There is an around-the­clock valet ser­vice, plus each apart­ment will also have their own valet space in the lobby to or­gan­ise pri­vate col­lec­tions and de­liv­er­ies.

For se­cu­rity and pri­vacy, the owner’s cor­po­ra­tion will ap­prove ser­vice providers to carry out in-home ser­vices like house­keep­ing and de­liv­er­ies such as shop­ping.

Perri Projects di­rec­tor David Scalzo said the con­cept catered to a new de­mo­graphic of dis­cern­ing owner-oc­cu­piers con­sid­er­ing apart­ment liv­ing for the first time.

“Th­ese buy­ers are seek­ing a lux­ury apart­ment with ei­ther two or three bed­rooms, a study and a large out­door en­ter­tain­ing space, in a lowrise, pre­mium ad­dress that af­fords them the pri­vacy they de­sire,” Mr Scalzo said.

He said the tech­nol­ogy it­self wasn’t new but it was of­ten re­served for mul­ti­mil­lion­dol­lar homes due to the cost.

A range of lux­u­ri­ous ma­te­ri­als and fit­tings re­flect the mil­lion-dol­lar price tag, with Chevron tim­ber floors, gas fire­places, bronze fea­ture mir­rors and lime­stone bath­room bench­tops.

The kitchen is fur­nished with Miele ap­pli­ances in­clud­ing a five-burner cook­top and in­te­grated fridge and freez­ers, as well as LED strip light­ing, stone splash­backs and fea­ture brass tap­ware.

In­ter­nal sizes range from 134-136sq m for two-be­d­room lay­outs and 153-187sq m for three-be­d­room floor­plans.

Buy­ers can ex­pect to pay from $1.85 mil­lion to $1.99 mil­lion for the two-be­d­room con­fig­u­ra­tions, while three­bed­room dwellings range from $2.35 mil­lion to $2.69 mil­lion.

The En­gle­field is ex­pected to be com­pleted in late 2017.

For de­tails, call Mar­cus Chiminello on 9832 4724 or 0411 411 271, or see theen­gle­field.com

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