by Neometro

OJ Listings | 4/57 Martin Street, Thornbury.

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Sustainable and Enduring Design in the Heart of Thornbury


57 Martin Street is a collection of six architecturally designed townhouses in the heart of Thornbury.

Building on a thirty-year legacy, NEOMETRO has carefully crafted these future-focused homes to prioritise sustainability, generous spaces, natural light and enduring materials.

Townhouse 04 features three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a powder room and a large light-filled living and dining area. The living area is characterised by floor to ceiling east facing windows with a large sliding door leading to private gardens expertly designed by Mud Office. The master bedroom looks over the garden and includes ample wardrobe space, as well as an ensuite. The second bedroom includes an inbuilt study nook.

The townhouse features a sophisticated selection of durable materials and textures throughout, with a laminate kitchen, stainless steel benchtop, feature terracotta tiles, exposed concrete floors and wool carpet to bedrooms. 57 Martin Street celebrates sustainable living and will achieve a 7-star energy rating.

This townhouse includes off street parking for one car as well as being conveniently located to key public transport links (tram and train). The townhouse is walking distance to All Nations Park and High Street’s growing retail and dining quarter.

57 Martin Street is an opportunity to live more sustainably among Thornbury’s thriving local community.

Features include:

– Three bedrooms
– Two bathrooms plus powder room
– One or two off-street secure undercover car spaces
– 7-star energy rating
– Double glazing throughout
– High ceilings
– Rainwater tanks for irrigation
– Fully landscaped and irrigated gardens with large timber decks
– Robust and enduring materials including natural stone bench-tops and polished concrete floors
– Brick party-walls
– Air-conditioning

– Bike storage

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