Young & Co
Young & Co
WATERmarque’ luxury 2 & 3 bedroom architecturally designed townhouses
Nestled on the sunny side of the Sandy Bay Rivulet, the WATERmarque residential development presents a rare opportunity to purchase a brand new home in sought-after Dynnyrne.
These architecturally designed homes sit effortlessly into the landscape. With varied floor plans, the two storey townhouses project individuality, comfort and style while exceeding expectations in outstanding quality finishes.
The Beach House One” is made to entertain, an outstanding architecturally designed property with an expansive double layout, but potentially lift accessible.
Seldom do you find a new large 240m2 solid brick property, built by true craftsmen without large gardens to have to manage. A large modern home that is ideal for entertaining, close to all facilities and future proof.
Bellerive Beach Houses. 2 Storey Luxury living that is lift compatible.
If you are fortunate enough to live in a Beach House, you are only minutes away from your favourite cafés and restaurants, ideal for meeting with friends and family. There is no need to worry about parking when visiting the iconic Cappuccino strip, Eastland’s shopping centre or the Bellerive esplanade.
Having secured a large 2.5 hectare site in the heart of Sorell, Young & Co Property is working on creating a new precinct including residential and commercial properties.
It is expected residential units in stage 1 will be available in late 2017.
Four new townhouses will soon make their way out of the ground where Roberts’ Orchard was established in 1841. Governor Lefroy’s House is the original home on the site fronting the historic precinct of Lefroy St that will be carefully bought back to its former glory. Nestled in behind, down a short laneway will be the Orchard townhouses. These modern, two story homes will feature plantings of fruit trees in nod to the sites history.
The main aim of this project was to create three modern and striking townhouses which would nestle into the sloping hillside of the site and compliment surrounding homes. Central to this aim was to successfully capture and maximise the uninterrupted views provided by the premium site that also presented both accessibility and build-ability challenges and restrictions.
Originally a 1950s glass factory, this building has now been transformed into six warehouse style apartments. The original building has been utilised and featured wherever possible, alongside sympathetic new materials. Whilst similar in style, each apartments has its own unique layout and characteristics. The project is perhaps unique in Hobart, appealing to a diverse range of purchasers.