Already 50 percent sold, the meticulously designed residences at Bianco Brighton won’t remain available for long – particularly considering these generously proportioned residences are just a fraction of the coveted suburb’s median house price.
Situated in the lively heart of Brighton, Bianco epitomises the best of this luxurious Bayside locale. Surrounded by a selection of shops, cafés, healthcare facilities and transport options, it’s hard to believe that buyers can secure a home of this high level of quality and position at such an achievable price point.
Presented by acclaimed developer Damgar Property Group – in collaboration with architects Cera Stribley – Bianco has already attracted a number local owner-occupiers, hoping to make the most of the numerous government incentives currently available when purchasing a new home, off-the-plan. The project has been particularly popular with locals of the Bayside area, looking to embrace the style, security and convenience of apartment living – without having to compromise on space and access to the Brighton amenity they have come to know and love.
Lush terrace gardens, spacious open-plan living areas, thoughtfully selected fittings and fixtures and streams of natural light culminate to create homes of immense quality and style, and the intelligent choice of materials ensures these homes will be enduring and timelessly sophisticated. With features including beautiful timber flooring, bluestone tiles on terrace balconies and terrazzo stone finishes – it’s hard to believe that apartments start from just $750,000, which is significantly below the average property price for Brighton.
This presents buyers with the incredibly unique chance to purchase a home in one of Melbourne’s most affluent Bayside suburbs – just 30 minutes for the CBD and surrounded by some of Melbourne's most prestigious schools. Livability has been considered at every stage of the design process, with Castran Gilbert director Michael Lang explaining that the development embraces a ‘walking-distance ethos,’ as well as incredible affordability.
“It’s a rare opportunity to acquire an apartment that’s affordable in such a genuinely walkable location,” Mr Lang said. “And it is affordable, compared to the $2m-plus apartments you often see in Brighton. Very few new ones are under $1m.”
Thanks to the starting price of $750,000, Bianco qualifies for the government’s first home buyer deposit scheme, through which you can purchase your first home with as little as a 5 percent deposit. This is an unprecedented opportunity, and thanks to the numerous other financial incentives for buying off-the-plan, there has never been a better time to buy at Bianco Brighton.
Half of these stunning residences have already sold - so now may be your last chance to secure your dream apartment at Bianco.