A 51 home community that’s future-proof, extra green, super social and a little bit once-in-a-lifetime.
For young and old downsizers. For big families, small families and the just getting started families. For fur families. And for the not-quite-empty nester families.
Robust and reminiscent.
Warm, natural materials, pitched roof forms and light-filled internal courtyards will offer a modern take on mid-century modernist Australiana.
Inspired by Wantirna’s past, built to last.
Architecture that’ll honour the unique history of the site and celebrate the streetscape.
Sustainable in practice, not in pamphlets.
7 star energy ratings
The entire development will achieve a 7 star Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS) rating, incredibly rare for this sort of suburban development. Be proud of where you live and also save over $700 a year on your utility bills.
BESS design excellence
BESS ranks how sustainable the design is as a whole, scoring areas such as energy, water, waste and urban ecology. 56 Kingloch Parade will achieve a score of 70%, which equates to BESS design ‘excellence’, a voluntary commitment that goes beyond ticking the minimum requirements.
Less pit and pipe, more bird life.
Underneath the surface, bio swales will passively irrigate the many plants and trees to create local biodiversity and feed the native birds. A blue green spine will cut right through the middle of the site, creating a sustainable and practical space that’s also great to look at.
Fossil fuel free
Fully electric, the development will utilize the latest, cutting edge appliances for cooking, hot water and heating to ensure all homes are future proof. And that also means no gas bills.
Sun, shade, water and rain
Solar panels will be provided as standard, generating over a quarter of the energy demand for the development. And rainwater tanks for every home will save over 1,500 kL of clean, drinking water from going to waste. With shading devices throughout and cross flow ventilation in mind, each home will enjoy the highest standards of thermal comfort.
People ignore design that ignores people.
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