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Kurra Cronulla

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Kurra Cronulla and similar developments in surrounding suburbs

Development overview

Status
Construction Commenced
Project type

Townhouses

Floor count

3

Building type

Low-rise

Development size

14 residences

Development details

Kurra’s name was derived from the word ‘kurranulla’, meaning ‘place of the pink seashells’ – the original name of Cronulla by the area’s Indigenous clan.

An exclusive number of spacious low-density townhouses and villas, nestled in the Sutherland Shire bayside community of Burraneer. Australia’s iconic landscape was a constant inspiration: from the flowering gum leaf accompanying the handwritten wordmark, to the coastal colour palette of fresh aqua and warm ivory.


14 x 2 storey townhouses
9 x 2 bedroom townhouses
5 x 3 bedroom townhouses
Living & dining room
Water closet area
Main bathroom
Bathroom ensuite
Private open space
Electrical switch room
Garbage room
Lift motor room
Kitchen
Laundry
Courtyard
Balcony
Lawn (300 sq m)
Terrace
Wardrobe area
Garage (500 sq m)
Storage area
Garden
Covered entry area
Basement car parking area (29 car parking spaces)
Car wash bay area
Demolition
Remove trees
Excavation
Landscaping (793.2 sq m)

Building elements include:
Powder coated aluminium framed doors & windows
Powder coated aluminium framed glass louvres 
Painted timber doors
Timber screen & balustrade
Timber horizontal fence
Metal horizontal fence & screens
Vertical & wall cladding
Sanitary fixtures
Lighting
Masonry
Bollard
Roller shutter doors
Telephone & electrical cabling
Retaining wall
Stormwater tank
Letter boxes
Metal roofing
Cavity brick walls
Stud plasterboard
Carpet & tile flooring
Timber & concrete flooring
Glazing
Lifts
Stairs
Partitions
Insulation & ventilation system

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