CONSTRUCTION NEARING COMPLETION, MOVE IN APRIL 2021 Display apartment open for viewing. The Bradfield effortlessly blends the ease of living by the city with the desire for a relaxed suburban lifestyle. Combining established open spaces, heritage-listed trees, wide leafy streets and existing shops with new, considerate, architectural designs featuring walkways and thoroughfares that seamlessly intersect with existing streetscapes.
Much of The Bradfield's appeal is its wonderful location. Heritage trees line the streets, the surrounding houses are an eclectic mix of 1960s brick homes, both in their original form or beautifully renovated, along with a smattering of tasteful new homes. Parks, playgrounds and playing fields provide much utilised space for community congregation.
Adjacent to the site is the Downer Village, home to a popular family (and pet) friendly cafe, pilates studio, veterinary clinic, wine cellar and the Downer Community Hall. From your new home you can stroll to Dickson's shops and restaurants or the light rail stop and ride to the City. The site itself is one of historical significance for the Downer community. From 1962 to 1988 it was home to Downer Primary School. The school was an integral part of the local community, and many who grew up in the area share frond memories of their time playing in the school yard.
Years on, the site is ready for a new lease on life. This landmark location has embarked on a journey to rediscover what once made this address so special.
The Bradfield will become 'The New Established' - bringing fresh vibrancy to the historical site and gently sliding into the mature landscape of Downer.
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