Avant Townhomes a subsidiary of Intrapac Property, the developer of the ex. Lilydale quarry, has launched at Kinley. Developed in response to a market need for smarter, smaller and more energy efficient dwellings, the Templar Lane release in Kinley’s first stage off Hull Road features 16 architect designed townhomes and apartments.
Designed with straightforward strong forms and minimalist quality detailing to suit the urban location, this first release offers modern façades with sleek material-based colours whilst brick and masonry materials recognise the earthy history of the site.
The Templar Lane release occupies the enviable position overlooking the wetlands reserve with distant views to the iconic Dandenong Ranges and many of the homes benefiting from private, north-west facing balconies and courtyards.
With designs to suit every life stage – from first home buyers to families and retirees wanting to downsize. Two and three-bedroom options are available with top floor, ground floor, two or three storey designs, with a range of external facades.
With the carefully considered architectural design and superior location benefits, it’s no surprise the first release of Avant Townhomes within Kinley has sold out. With such overwhelming demand, we are pleased to announce a new limited release of the Avant Townhomes will be available soon. Register here to be one of the first notified.
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