by Neometro
 

OJ Listings | 401/17 Union Street, Brunswick.

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Sustainable Two Bedroom in the Heart of Jewell Station Village

401/17 UNION STREET, BRUNSWICK

17 Union Street is a collaboration between Melbourne’s leading design advocates – Neometro, BKK Architects and Clare Cousins Architects in the heart of Brunswick. It forms part of the growing Jewell Station Village community.

Building on a thirty-year legacy, Neometro and the team have carefully crafted these future-focused homes to prioritise sustainability, liveable spaces, natural light and enduring design.

Apartment 401 features two light filled bedrooms and two bathrooms. The living area is characterised by floor to ceiling windows, with large sliding doors leading to a generous balcony, looking out onto the new public courtyard in front of Jewell Station and a large gum tree. The master bedroom has views towards the city and a spacious walk-in-robe adjacent to the ensuite.

The apartment features a sophisticated selection of durable materials and textures throughout, with a timber kitchen, panelled feature wall and exposed concrete ceilings. 17 Union Street celebrates sustainable living and has achieved an average 7-star energy rating.

Conveniently located near Princes and Royal Parks, Barkly Square and the thriving Sydney Road community. The combination of public transport, bike paths and proximity to the CBD means that 17 Union Street will be one of the best-connected addresses in Melbourne.

Features include:
– Feature wall panel
– Open shelving
– Full height windows
– Track lighting
– Concealed heating and cooling
– Stainless steel benchtops
– Oak floorboards in Living areas
– Wool carpet in bedrooms
– Matte black tapware
– Quality appliances and optional Fisher & Paykel integrated fridge

Residents also have access to:
– A secure basement, with residents’ storage, car parking and bike storage.
– A rooftop vegetable garden to enjoy

Sustainable initiatives include:
– Open air corridors for natural ventilation
– Double Glazed Windows
– Recycled Water
– Rooftop Garden
– Rooftop solar
– Bicycle Parking
– Thorough thermal and acoustic insulation

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