Situated on the banks of Gardiners Creek, Wembley Hill is an idyllic new neighbourhood with a captivating spirit of place in Box Hill South. Inspired by its cascading landscape, a community of architecturally designed townhomes are surrounded by tiered gardens, mature trees and open green spaces.
3 & 4 bedroom townhomes from $1,498,000.
Wembley Hill is a meeting point and a meeting place. it is where connections are made between past and future, between people, and between the built and natural environments.
A neighbourhood has been cultivated that nurtures people and place through design. Beginning at Hay Street, architecturally designed townhomes form gentle pockets surrounded by private and civic native landscapes.
Consisting of a collection of harmonious yet distinct pockets, Wembley Hill has been designed to elevate the human experience, encouraging social connections within the public realm while coaxing light and air into design and sustainability-led homes.
With urban planning informed by the site’s natural slant towards Gardiners Creek at the opposite boundary, Wembley Hill’s captivating botanical qualities are what gives it its alluring sense of place.
The outdoors beckons, inviting residents to experience the allure and social vibrancy of a neighbourhood which has emerged as a natural outcome of its outdoor environment.
Wembley Hill delivers visionary, enduring, future-ready homes through a dedication to weaving environmental sustainability into each and every aspect. From energy efficiency to sustainable materials, these homes offer a blueprint for a greener and more sustainable future.
- Solar Energy Roof Panels offering the potential for ongoing energy bill savings.
- Provision for fast charging to Electric Vehicle
- Minimum 6-star building fabric.
- Low volatility organic compounds within interior wall paint.
- Double glazed windows to ESD specifications.
- Energy efficient air-conditioning systems and appliances.
- Rainwater harvesting and connections plumbed to irrigation and toilets.
- Energy efficient LED downlights throughout
- 4-star WELS shower heads
- 5-star WELS tapware in bathrooms
- Efficient electric hot water system
- Over 13,000sqm of open green space and landscaping
“There is no room here for token gestures – each space has been shaped from inside out, thoughtfully fostering good living, intuitive wayfinding, safety and the preservation of the striking natural environment.”
– Philip Rowe, Cox Architecture
Precincts are unified by a palette of warm and off-white brickwork complimented by natural or charcoal timber accents and vertical greenery. Curved facades introduce character to Hay Street Village townhomes while others are articulated by upper terraces which take in views of Gardiners Creek.
Mediating between architecture and landscape, interiors are richly layered and intuitively curated, tempered by raw natural expressions in stone, timber and brass.
Design details cater to contemporary living to instil joy complimented by agile layouts, high-end finishes and appliances and intelligent joinery solutions which support the rituals of modern lifestyles.
“The groundwork for all happiness is good health”
– Leigh Hunt
As Box Hill emerges as one of the largest commercial, economic and cultural precincts outside Melbourne’s city centre, a rare equality is being fostered between its residential, commercial and botanic landscapes. Diverse and plentiful amenity is being retained creating a holistic lifestyle which is drawing more and more people to live, work and visit.
Unified by a focus on happiness, wellbeing is central to Box Hill’s abundant amenity. Green spaces weave throughout the locale, hosting relaxation and recreation in equal measure. Civic infrastructure ranges from a vibrant public library to a dynamic public art and culture program.
Binding all is a thriving foodie scene balancing rituals and tradition with global innovations. In its considered and balanced evolution, Box Hill is stepping into relevance as a highly desirable future city.
Golden Age group is changing the way Melbournians live in their city. They have become renowned for their high-end residential projects and years of experience.
Since its inception in 2006, Golden Age has firmly cemented itself as an industry leader, bringing to life high-end commercial and iconic residential addresses across Australia. In recent years, the company has ignited extraordinary growth, developing its capital arm and expanding its investments portfolio of property, hotels and restaurants. Currently, Golden Age Group’s diverse development portfolio has an estimated value of $4.2 billion with another $1.5 billion worth of projects in the pipeline.
Golden Age Group’s mantra 'See. Think. Act' drives its commitment to quality, collaboration and forward-thinking. This, in addition to an intimate understanding of both the Australian and Asian markets, has seen the company flourish and prosper to achieve a golden future.
COX seeks to do more with less, tapping into resourceful Australian culture to build value through ingenuity. Striving for quality through beliefs in equality and opportunity, the architecture practise embeds culture into their designs, taking time to listen and understand cultural context and social impacts.
Mim Design is a Melbourne-based interior design and architecture practice known for its creativity, high end finishes and attention to detail. Recognised nationally and internationally, Mim Design has curated a diverse portfolio spanning myriad sectors and scales.
TCL is one of the most awarded landscape architecture practices in Australia. Working both nationally and internationally, TCL undertakes a detailed exploration of context, site and community, with a focus on the poetic expression of landscape and contemporary culture.
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