Perfect Investment or First HomeSet in the heart of Ivanhoe, with everything at your fingertips, Hallmark boasts a timeless appeal of travertine and bronze, making it a worthy addition to the suburbs prominent arts and craft architecture.
The three remaining units have been hand crafted by Fender Katsalidis to ensure you will enjoy the pinnacle of light and space, with every aspect reflecting considered design. Each apartment features luxurious finishes with a strong contrast of materials and colours, from rich metals and bronzes through to natural stone and timber finishes, interior details blend effortlessly to create a beautiful sanctuary to call home.
Kitchens designed by Adam D’Sylva showcase Gaggenau appliances and ensure you will be the envy of family and friends. With each kitchen unique and designed for functionality with an air of elegance, each offer a stylish open plan entertaining zone for years to come. Combining a neutral and soft in beauty colour palette stone and wood grain combine with light and space that is highlighted with the use of bronze flashes, including luxurious bronze fixtures and finishes throughout and encased in an abundance of natural light.
Aptly named after Sir William Scott’s novel, Ivanhoe, the established surrounds of this inner city jewel are steeped in rich history of decorative brickwork and the incision of “speed lines” in the buildings, making it distinctively Ivanhoe.
Playing host to an abundance of beautiful parks and reserves, Ivanhoe places key amenities right at your fingertips and boasts a strong sense of community, making it one of Melbourne’s most tightly held and sought after suburbs. Ideally situated in the heart of Ivanhoe, everyday at Hallmark offers a new sense of adventure, from exploring the nearby Chelsworth Park via its shared walking and bicycle trails, or unwinding with a day on the green at Ivanhoe Golf Course.
With only three remaining apartments time is running out to secure your position in Ivanhoe’s most sought after address. Call today to arrange a viewing of the display.