WELCOME TO THE GOOD LIFE
$990,000 - $1,050,000
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 5TH OF MARCH AT 7PM (UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)
THE GOOD BITS
Hallmark ground floor apartment | Award-winning design | Three bedrooms | Two bathrooms | One living area | Two secure car spaces | High ceilings | Carrera Mist 20mm stone benchtops | Negresco Quartzite splashback | Gaggenau appliances including oven, microwave, grill, dishwasher, range hood, 5 burner cooktop | Fisher & Paykel integrated fridge | Straumen Faucet Pegasi Gooseneck Tap | Pheonix bathroom tapware | LED feature lighting | LED strip lighting in kitchens and bathrooms | Double walk-in robe | Engineered floorboards | Split system heating and cooling | Courtyard | Video intercom | CCTV 24/7 security and surveillance | NBN | Storage cage | 158m2 apartment including terrace | Courtyard access to Norman Street | 350m to Ivanhoe Girls Grammar School | 400m to VaTutto | 600m to Ivanhoe township | 1km to Ivanhoe Grammar School |
WHAT YOU’LL LOVE
One of thirty-two luxury apartments, Hallmark is more than a residence, it is an experience.
Architectural design by internationally renowned, Fender Katsalidis (you recognise his name because he also designed the Eureka Tower). Kitchen design by former Chef of the Year Adam D’Sylva (of Coda and Tonka steed). Landscape design by John Patrick (landscape architect, author, academic). It comes as no surprise that Hallmark is award-winning architecture (Development of the Year - Urban Developers Industry Excellence Awards).
Though we like to avoid sounding overly real estate-y, 47B Norman Street really is refined, sophisticated, elegant, timeless and luxurious - and we never say things like that. You’ll be providing your address just a little bit louder at the next opportunity.
Hallmark moves beyond a unique and distinctive high-end residence with presence like no other. Proudly community-focused (there’s a Hallmark WhatsApp group), you’ll feel welcomed; less like a resident and more like part of the family.
“Meet me in the lobby, under the mirrored chandelier” - sounds like a sentence you could say, forever.