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47 Lansdowne Road, East St.Kilda

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Impressively designed by Melbourne-founded firms Tecture and Perkins Architects, Attica offers a series of seven adventurous yet meticulously crafted townhouses that challenge the perceived boundaries of modern design. The residences are at the centre point of everything that marks Melbourne as one of the globe’s best places to live in — incredibly close to the equally vivacious and well-equipped Carlisle and Chapel streets, all while the ocean’s waves meet the seashore in nearby St Kilda and Elwood. This domain presents an opportunity for contemporary living, matchless in the rest of the city.

Each of Attica’s townhomes is founded on a timeless, rich monochromatic palette of carefully selected high-end materials. Designed for modern liveability, these havens cater to the needs of inimitable Melbourne living. Attica’s ingeniously designed residences maximise the flow and use of interior spaces, creating a variety of calm and sophisticated settings — both open plan and private. Townhomes are equipped to serve as places future residents can proudly call home.

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Natural stones, oak timber and warm greys unite to form the elegant identity of Attica’s townhomes. The introduction of darker elements to the interior spaces creates great yet harmonious contrast, achieving moody yet balanced ambiances. This is largely due to the meeting of natural stone and joinery details, notably seen within Attica’s kitchens and bathrooms.

The heart and soul of the home, the kitchen, is treated with the utmost respect for style and detail. Natural stone benchtops and dark timber veneer cabinetry with recessed finger pulls make for a seamlessly designed space.

An island bench unit offers seating in the kitchen, promoting harmony and engagement in the home — a setting suitable for eating breakfast, reading the paper, or watching someone as they craft a culinary creation using a collection of European appliances. A bar unit elevates the space, allowing residents to cater to visitors with the utmost of ease. This theme of entertainment is furthered via the open plan living and dining area that leads to a vast outdoor terrace space, ideal for those balmy evenings that call for a meal or glass of wine out in the open — while serving as the perfect spot to revel with guests.

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The master ensuite features large grey terrazzo stone tiles, while the vanity echoes the elegance of stone and joinery found in the living space.

A custom-designed mirror cabinet is surrounded with illuminated fluted glass, making preparing for the day (or winding down at the end of one) all too easy.

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— Hospitality

  1. Fonda
  2. Frank and Ginger
  3. Galah
  4. Glass Merchants
  5. Grosvenor Hotel
  6. Hanoi Hannah
  7. Hawker Hall
  8. Ilona Staller
  9. Journeyman
  10. Las Chicas
  11. Lezzet
  12. Mr Miyagi
  13. Monk Bodhi Dharma
  14. Morris Jones
  15. Neptune
  16. Si Senor Art Taqueria
  17. The Carlisle Wine Bar
  18. The Local Taphouse
  19. Tokyo Tina
  20. Treehouse Lounge
  21. Tulum
  22. Uncle
  23. Westbury

— Shopping

  1. Aldi
  2. Carlisle Accessories
  3. Coles
  4. Design a Space
  5. Hud Skin and Body
  6. Leonard Street
  7. Lulu Design Store
  1. Mr Carlisle Barbers
  2. The Little Hen
  3. The Source Bulk Foods
  4. The Windsor Annex
  5. Woolworths Metro
  6. Wine Republic

— Parks & Recreation

  1. Alma Park
  2. Chris Gahan Reserve
  3. Greenmeadows Gardens
  4. Hewison Reserve
  5. The Astor Theatre

— Education

  1. Caulfield Grammar School
  2. Christian Brothers’ College
  3. Melbourne Grammar School (Primary)
  4. Presentation College Windsor
  5. Ripponlea Primary School
  6. Shelford Girls’ Grammar
  7. St Mary’s Primary School
  8. St Michael’s Grammar School
  9. Windsor Primary School

— Transportation

  1. Balaclava Station
  2. Bus 220 – Orrong Road
  3. No. 16 Tram
  4. No. 5 & 64 Tram
  5. No. 78 Tram
  6. Windsor Station

Attica is fortunately surrounded by the abundant offerings that form two of Melbourne’s liveliest suburbs — St Kilda East and Windsor. Carlisle Street plays host to a notable international dining scene, with restaurants that trail the flavours of Europe, the Middle East, South America and Asia. Peppered around this epicentre is an array of verdant spots and esteemed educational institutions, collectively creating an area where one couldn’t ask for anything more. St Kilda East has everything confidently covered.

If your tastebuds seek to travel a little further from home, head to Chapel Street in neighbouring Windsor. But there is more to the suburb that its impressive amalgam of dining powerhouses, including the likes of Hawker Hall, Hanoi Hannah, Neptune and Mr Miyagi. Chapel Street affords a collection of quirky retailers, fruitful grocers, chatty barbers and everyday services, creating a plentiful realm of entertainment and total convenience.

— The Local Taphouse

At the vanguard of modern Turkish food in Melbourne is Tulum, which has assisted in sparking greater recognition for the ways the cuisine can be newly and excitingly showcased. Tulum shows that the world of Turkish food is deep and varied, as every three months chefs build a menu on a different region of the country.

Diners will find refined, contemporary incarnations of classic dishes that hail from Turkey’s inland areas to its coastal towns and cities. Tulum’s efforts are also put towards exploring and educating the public on the much-underrated world of Turkish wines, while proudly showcasing local Victorian bottles, too.

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Who is Ilona Staller? Back in Italy, she was an politician who stirred the pot in Italian parliament. But in Melbourne, Ilona Staller is the sister restaurant longstanding Acland Street favourite Cicciolina.

The restaurant is known for serving up modern Italian food in a grand Art Deco-style fit out. Ilona Staller’s menu comprises of entrees, sharing dishes, mains including pasta and plenty of side dishes to ensure you’re full at the end of your visit.

— Fonda
— Dana Patisserie
— Hud Skin and Body
— Leonard Street
— Middletown
— The Astor Theatre

Spanning from Alma Road through to Dandenong Road, the community hub of Alma Park encapsulates the family-friendly energy St Kilda East is revered for. Equipped with barbecue facilities, long tables perfect for large groups of friends or families, wide paths fit for cycling, jogging or power walking alike, Alma Park offers a well maintained open space to the area.

It goes beyond your average park by providing state-of-the-art playground facilities including a tree house with climbing nets and a series of public artworks scattered throughout the grounds. It doesn’t stop there, as each Saturday Alma Park hosts the Hank Marvin Market — where a cluster of the city’s most celebrated food trucks and producers set up and bring their best goods to St Kilda East, while live music chimes in the background.

— Alma Park
— St Kilda Esplanade
— Melbourne Grammar School (Primary)
— No. 5 Tram

Tecture is an energetic team of passionate architects and designers who are obsessed with the craftsmanship of the built form. The firm thrives on creativity and providing meticulous design solutions within varying project typologies. Tecture creates well-crafted interiors that holistically adapt exterior motifs – achieving beautiful and genuine outcomes. Striving to create a unique identity for each project on a macro and micro scale with intelligent space planning, bespoke joinery detailing and timeless form, Tecture seeks to capture a client’s vision and garner a strong collaborative process from concept to construction administration.

Perkins Architects has over 25 years’ worth of experience in the design and delivery of quality community, tourism, commercial, residential and multi-residential projects. Principal Ian Perkins established the firm in 1987, and since then the company has enjoyed working on a diverse range of projects, with an aim is to present its clientele with well designed buildings that respond to expectations set for now and into the future.

Founded upon an extraordinary vision more than 30 years ago, Castran Gilbert has made its mark as one of Melbourne’s most influential real estate brands. The agency has established an enviable track record encompassing all aspects of the business from established residential and large-scale project marketing, to auctioneering and property management.