selling —350 Clarke Street, Northcote
350 Clarke Street, Northcote; 14, light-filled homes featuring communal gardens and its very own cafe. The design philosophy behind the project is simple: It’s the clever, carefully considered details that make truly livable homes. The natural light, ceiling height and natural air flow. The acoustics, low maintenance materials and abundant storage spaces. The large windows and the well-crafted furniture you sit on to gaze out of them.
To orchestrate all of these touches into stylish, comfortable living spaces, Kalex drew on their own extensive experience and collaborated with some of Melbourne’s best designers, gardeners and craftspeople.
The bigger picture looks pretty good too. 350 Clarke Street sits in the inner pocket of bustling Northcote, putting you on the doorstep of parklands and a vibrant, creative community.
- Considered detail
You’ll notice the voluminous space from the moment you set foot inside your new home. Beyond this sense of arrival, the homes feature:
- Kitchens designed for cooking
- Vaulted, high level windows
- Generous, clever storage solutions
- Open light filled stair cases
- Material touches
Quality materials and fittings have been carefully selected, to be maintenance-free and long-lasting. Not to mention, pleasing to the eye and touch. Features include:
- Polished concrete floors
- High quality Mevthen tapware
- Premium Bosch appliances
- Stylishly composed, easily personalised interior materials
- The perfect temperature
Fundamental to the design brief for 350 Clarke Street was an ability to purge heat in summer and capture heat in winter, offering year-round comfort.
North facing high level windows designed to:
- Block direct hot summer sun, but allow warm winter sun into internal space reducing heating bills
- Maximise natural ventilation & light penetration into each terrace house
- The natural warmth and heating efficiency of Hydronic heating
A sense of community, amongst residents is facilitated and encouraged at 350 Clarke Street:
- Functional, landscaped, communal garden space
- On-site cafe, open to residents and public
- Boutique OC manager to ensure hassle-free maintenance of property and shared facilities
To create the truly livable spaces at 350 Clarke street, we’ve had a little help from our friends.
Reputed construction firm, Ducon, offered to do what they do best – ensure that the architectural vision of Kalex’s design team is delivered on time and to the highest standards of quality. Inside these walls, design duo Wonder have brought the interiors to life.
Great Dane Furniture are helping us marry these spaces with their Scandinavian crafted furnishings and Urban Commons have added their original touch to the landscaping and communal garden areas.
What these collaborators all share with us is their love for details that make a home special.
Peter Mason and Roger Gribble, the construction brains behind Ducon, approached 350 Clarke Street with their experienced eye for livability and quality, low maintenance materials.
They build brilliant homes which can be found in some of the best suburbs of Melbourne.
- Great Dane
When it comes to style and excellence in design, nobody does it better than the Danes. And in Melbourne, nobody does it better than Great Dane, purveyors of fine Scandinavian furniture and lighting. Their timeless designs are the perfect accents to the stunning spaces created by our collaborators.
All home purchasers will be offered a 30% discount on the entire Great Dane range at a unique post-settlement event at the Great Dane Showroom in Fitzroy.
Pip and Georgina are the talented interior design duo, Wonder. They have composed polished interiors which maximise light and a sense of scale. Finished with a considered palette, their spaces are the perfect canvases for your own personal touches. The functional layouts they’ve created for 350 Clarke Street are smart to live in and stunning to admire.
- Urban Commons
Based at the Abbotsford Convent, Shawn and Justin are Urban Commons – Are both innovative designers and technologists with a shared interest in sustainable urban design. Their landscape designs, which incorporate home-grown food, are productive, imaginative and enriching. Just what a communal garden space needs.
- Considered Spaces
- Light Filled Interiors
- Considered Architecture