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THEAGE_JUNE 26 2010_464 Hawthorn rd

Park life a stone’s throw from new home
Having Princes Park Across the road gives buyers plenty of green space but someone else mows the grass.

Living in apartement complex opposite a park means easy access to open space and greenery but without the timing- consuming maintenance or high purchase cost of having a large backyard.

A-13 apartement project at 464 Hawthorn Road, Caulfield South, will put buyers opposite the well-used Princes Park, which has playgrounds, tennis courts, football ovals and plenty of room walk or build up a sweat.

Marketed by Besser & Co’s Dion Besser, four 6 four is being built on a large suburban house site but will, on completion, have 12 two-bed room apartements and one one bedroom apartement
The two-bedroom apartements range size from 68 square metres to 115 square metres and in price from $595.000 – $819.000.

The three level project is by the same developers and architects who undertook a recently completed project in Nelson street, Balaclava, and Mr Besser says four6four will have similarly spacious interiors with plenty of light All will have timber floors in living areas, carpeted bedrooms and two pak gloss kitchens, with most having two bathrooms or at least, one bathroom and a powder room. Bathrooms will have fully tiled walls and the kitchens will be fitted with stainless steel appliance.

The project’s position opposite Princes Park will give those with a street frontage sweeping “green views” in a layout that has five apartements on the ground and first floors and then three apartements set back on the top floor.