Project sell­ing well

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Residential: Industry News -

THE con­struc­tion of Balti­nas Made’s Camilla Res­i­dences is pro­gress­ing well, with the Mount Street project ex­pected to be com­pleted within 12 months.

It is the com­pany’s third de­vel­op­ment in this pres­ti­gious lo­ca­tion, fol­low­ing Halo on Mount and 39 Mount Street, which is cur­rently for sale.

A key fea­ture of the $30 mil­lion project is the op­tion for buy­ers to cus­tomise the apart­ments.

Ar­chi­tect Barry Balti­nas said this was prov­ing pop­u­lar with buy­ers.

“Buy­ers love the ben­e­fits of apart­ment liv­ing but they were telling us they didn’t like the cook­iecut­ter ap­proach to this type of hous­ing; they wanted to be able to add a home of­fice or a guest room or a wardrobe space and we can of­fer all of this,” he said.

“There are greater ex­penses in­volved in cus­tomi­sa­tion as we have to go to the ar­chi­tect and builder for changes, but the up­side is a home that fits your in­di­vid­ual life.”

Mr Balti­nas said 12 of the 17 apart­ments at Camilla Res­i­dences were sold, but there was still a lim­ited time for buy­ers to cus­tomise floor plans, in­te­ri­ors and fix­tures in the re­main­ing homes.

Four apart­ments and one pent­house, with an ex­clu­sive roof ter­race with swim­ming pool, chef’s kitchen, bar­be­cue, lounge, din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment ar­eas, are still avail­able.

The de­vel­op­ment will in­clude win­ter gar­dens – in­door/out­door bal­conies en­closed for year-round use – base­ment store­rooms for each apart­ment large enough to fit an­other car or be used as a hobby room, in­di­vid­ual bike stor­age fa­cil­i­ties, and de­liv­ery rooms with chilled and dry stor­age to han­dle on­line de­liv­er­ies 24 hours a day.

Prices start from $855,000 and a dis­play apart­ment can be viewed at Halo on Mount.

For more in­for­ma­tion on Camilla Res­i­dences or 39 Mount Street, call the sales team on 0488 088 205.

An artist’s im­pres­sion of Camilla Res­i­dences.

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