Denman Prospect is certainly receiving a lot of air time, and for good reason. With uncompromised views and a location that’s hard to beat, it’s no surprise that properties in this up-and-coming suburb are being snapped up fast.
The newest development to hit Denman’s market is Elody – a range of two, three and four-bedroom terrace homes, characterised by quality, a classic sense of style and a forward-thinking approach to living.
“The name was chosen to capture the mood of the development,” says project marketing director of Independent Property Group Wayne Harriden.
“Elody is soft and airy, with old-world charm and timelessness, and that’s exactly what defines these beautiful homes.”
The talents behind the design and build are local companies Base Development, Kasparek Architects and Dept. Of Design, who have all contributed a shared passion and vision for enhancing Canberra’s landscape with every project they deliver.
There are 66 terraces available across the eight buildings. Each residence has been strategically crafted to ensure every shape and angle cohesively work together to create a truly enjoyable space to live in.
The generous floor plans allude to the feeling of a free-standing home. They contain multiple living zones and some even have options for an additional media room or rumpus room, as well as a double lock-up garage.
Quality inclusions feature throughout, with AEG appliances in the kitchen, including an induction cooktop, ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling and double-glazed windows.
There are also technologically savvy home automation packages available, as well as options for upgrades like under-tile heating and timber flooring throughout.
Each residence has been carefully and cleverly positioned to take advantage of Denman Prospect’s soon-to-be-famous elevated views across the Molonglo Valley and beyond.
Prepare for some seriously awe-inspiring vistas — many of our city’s most iconic buildings will be visible from your home at Elody. View the flag flying high at Parliament House, the Captain Cook Memorial at Lake Burley Griffin, the tree patterns at the National Arboretum and the silhouette of Black Mountain Tower.
Bordered by landscaped parks and nature reserves, Elody offers the kind of tranquil living people escape to the country to find – yet it’s conveniently just a 10-minute commute to the CBD, Belconnen and Woden. It’s also a short walk to the Denman Village Shops, Ridgeline Park and future Molonglo Shopping Centre.
“Elody matches a premium location with premium quality residences,” says Harriden.
“Compared to other suburbs in the region, Denman Prospect is at the higher-end of the market, so these properties have been designed for live-in owners.”
“I think they will appeal most to singles, couples and families, due to the options available and larger sizes, which are comparable to a free-standing home, without the higher price point,” he adds.
“Elody provides a more accessible option for their budget, giving the ability to live in this premium suburb.”
Expected completion is late 2020.
Marie Little Crescent, Denman Prospect
Agent: Independent Property Group, Nathan Page 0499 054 888