Featuring 92 x 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments & 48 x 2, 3 & 4 bedroom terrace homes, 'The Grounds' is Braddon's newest development, bordering the city & overlooking Northbourne Oval.
'The Grounds' represents a perfect balance between the tranquil surrounds of Northbourne Oval & the energy of Canberra's City Centre. As we all witness unparalleled change to the fabric of the City & Inner North, we also yearn for things to remain the same. 'The Grounds' sits physically between the best of both worlds.
'The Grounds' will be built by the renowned Construction Control, a company that has constantly delivered high-end projects year in, year out. Their previous work includes Mode3, Base 241, IQ apartments & majority of the new construction at the airport - including Vibe Hotel.
A statement in Canberra's history, Northbourne Oval was established over 90 years ago as a universal facility for local cricket & later became used for rugby league & AFL. As a result, Northbourne Oval was noted in the ACT Heritage Register.
Today, Judd Architects & Marchese Partners have been sympathetic to the past by using this leafy backdrop for an exclusive collection of terrace homes & apartments.
'The Grounds' is perched on the corner of Donaldson & Torrens Streets - perfectly positioned only a short walk to the centre of Braddon & the CBD.
Inspect our display suite at 7 Donaldson Street in Braddon - you'll view a large-scale model of The Grounds, detailed information about floorplans & a fully finished kitchen.
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