Knutsford thrives on communal feel
FOLLOWING on from the successful sell-out of its stage 3 first release, Fremantle’s Knutsford residential development is now offering buyers another chance to own a slice of award-winning architecture.
Designed by renowned architect and Fremantle local Michael Patroni of Spaceagency, stage 3 follows on from the highly successful previous two stages of the community-focused development.
Its unique take on sustainable urban design weaved Fremantle’s vibrant character with topquality finishes and materials and a village-style feel.
The development has received top accolades in the state and national Architecture Awards as well.
FJM Property development director Kyle Jeavons said stage 3 showcased the clever design and features the development had become known for.
“Fremantle is a highly sought-after location to live, so we are excited to be able to offer brand-new, architectural homes at an affordable price,” he said.
“The success of Knutsford comes from its first-class design, enviable location, mix of apartment, townhouses and homes, and overall its throwback to the days of old, where you know your neighbours by name, and can share a glass of wine at the end of the day.
“Now with only 12 houses left, the second release of stage 3 has generated a lot of interest among buyers and we expect that it will be as well-received as stages 1 and 2.”
There will be two unique home designs in stage 3; the first is a more traditional and affordable configuration, with living areas downstairs and bedrooms upstairs.
The second design has bedrooms located downstairs, with the living areas and master suite on the first floor, plus an independent rear studio apartment can be accommodated into this version.
Located 2km from the heart of Fremantle, Knutsford encompasses 103 dwellings with 44 located in stage 3.
Buyers who want to experience the Fremantle lifestyle sooner should look at the limited apartments available in stage 2.
For more, visit www.knutsford.com.au.
Knutsford’s stage 2 release has won multiple awards for its innovative design. Construction of stage 3 started before Christmas.