The irregular shaped vacant site with unique frontage to the Moyne River and adjacent parkland provides opportunity for panoramic views to the north, east and south. This dual occupancy development is a contemporary insertion which is sympathetic to its historic surrounds, appropriate in the context of this unique historic seaside township and the pattern of neighbouring development.
The contemporary forms have been thoughtfully integrated into the heritage area, traditional features such as pitched roofing, weatherboard and render have been incorporated as a nod to the bygone era still very much present.
Each dwelling shares a common theme and is elevated above the ground in accordance with CMA requirements, a strong visual connection with the outdoors is also achieved via expanses of glazing and sweeping balconies. The spacious light filled dwellings provide high levels of amenity whilst offering ease of access and flexible floor plans and lifts to all levels.