Seven Adventurous Yet Meticulously Crafted Townhouses
- 7.6 Kilometers from Melbourne CBD
- 1.4 Kilometers to Balaclava Shopping Strip
- 9 Minute walk to Balaclava Rd Light Rail
- 1.7 Kilometers to Balaclava Train Station
Impressively designed by Melbourne-founded firms Tecture and Perkins Architects, Attica offers a series of seven adventurous yet meticulously crafted townhouses that challenge the perceived boundaries of modern design. The residences are at the centre point of everything that marks Melbourne as one of the globe’s best places to live in — incredibly close to the equally vivacious and well-equipped Carlisle and Chapel streets, all while the ocean’s waves meet the seashore in nearby St Kilda and Elwood. This domain presents an opportunity for contemporary living, matchless in the rest of the city. Each of Attica’s townhomes is founded on a timeless, rich monochromatic palette of carefully selected high-end materials. Designed for modern liveability, these havens cater to the needs of inimitable Melbourne living. Attica’s ingeniously designed residences maximise the flow and use of interior spaces, creating a variety of calm and sophisticated settings — both open plan and private. Townhomes are equipped to serve as places future residents can proudly call home. Natural stones, oak timber and warm greys unite to form the elegant identity of Attica’s townhomes. The introduction of darker elements to the interior spaces creates great yet harmonious contrast, achieving moody yet balanced ambiances. This is largely due to the meeting of natural stone and joinery details, notably seen within Attica’s kitchens and bathrooms. The heart and soul of the home, the kitchen, is treated with the utmost respect for style and detail. Natural stone benchtops and dark timber veneer cabinetry with recessed finger pulls make for a seamlessly designed space. An island bench unit offers seating in the kitchen, promoting harmony and engagement in the home — a setting suitable for eating breakfast, reading the paper, or watching someone as they craft a culinary creation using a collection of European appliances. A bar unit elevates the space, allowing residents to cater to visitors with the utmost of ease. This theme of entertainment is furthered via the open plan living and dining area that leads to a vast outdoor terrace space, ideal for those balmy evenings that call for a meal or glass of wine out in the open — while serving as the perfect spot to revel with guests. Spanning from Alma Road through to Dandenong Road, the community hub of Alma Park encapsulates the family-friendly energy St Kilda East is revered for.
Equipped with barbecue facilities, long tables perfect for large groups of friends or families, wide paths fit for cycling, jogging or power walking alike, Alma Park offers a well maintained open space to the area. It goes beyond your average park by providing state-of-the-
art playground facilities including a tree house with climbing nets and a series of public artworks scattered throughout the grounds. It doesn’t stop there, as each Saturday Alma Park hosts the Hank Marvin Market — where a cluster of the city’s most celebrated food trucks
and producers set up and bring their best goods to St Kilda East, while live music chimes in the background.