New Landmark Development Coming to Caulfield

An elegant, brand-new apartment development in this blue-chip part of town is turning heads.

There’s always demand for quality residences in Melbourne’s desirable inner south-east. A new development in Caulfield South — Olive Green Caulfield — is sure to impress buyers on the hunt in one of the area’s best lifestyle locations.

Designed with owner occupiers in mind, each of the 44 boutique apartments boast large two- and three-bedroom layouts with spacious living areas and outdoor entertaining space to match.

Offering luxury home-sized living, Olive Green Caulfield has been carefully crafted for liveability


A south-east gem

Caulfield South in Melbourne’s south-east has long been regarded as an affluent blue-chip suburb with lots of lifestyle perks, according to Anne Flaherty, realestate.com.au economist.

“It’s a very well-established suburb,” Flaherty says.

“It’s got all the amenities, like shops and schools, that people want in a location. Plus, it has excellent roads and public transport connectivity.”

At Olive Green Caulfield, a range of parks, cafes, supermarkets and public transport are right on your doorstep.


The area also has plenty of open space giving it visual appeal, Flaherty adds.

Residents have access to 26 hectares of open space at Caulfield Park, which includes a meticulously planned Victorian garden.

Meanwhile, down the road is the popular Caulfield Racecourse, hosting a wide array of events throughout the year, as well as Monash University’s burgeoning Caulfield campus.

With so much to offer, it’s an area that is desirable to many types of buyers, from downsizers and professionals to young families and students. But property in the area is tightly held, Flaherty adds.

“It’s definitely one of the more exclusive suburbs of Melbourne — it appeals to people who are looking for lifestyle.”

A place to call home

Olive Green Caulfield at 380 Hawthorn Road, is perfectly positioned and designed to enjoy the best of Caulfield’s lifestyle, says Julian Millman, Director at Gary Peer Projects.

“It’s a building tailored for people who want to enjoy their living space,” Millman says.

“We’ve got large outdoor and living spaces to accommodate family and friends. Plus, there’s a dedicated study for people who work from home.

“We’ve got high-end appliances designed for easy entertaining. Every apartment has a north, north-east or north-west aspect, so there’s plenty of natural light and fantastic views.”

Residents have shared access to a rooftop garden with barbecue facilities, secure basement parking, and code-secured courier drop-off lockers for deliveries.


Millman says that the nature of the design will appeal to owner-occupiers rather than investors, giving the future Olive Green community the opportunity to thrive.

“We anticipate it will be a very secure and tightly held building given its desirability to the owner-occupier market,” Millman says.

“We also don’t have any small one-bedders, so the building is purely aiming to be a residential building without people having to worry that it contains Airbnbs.”

Lifestyle living

Striving for luxury, every detail at Olive Green Caulfield has been considered in the design process.

Millman says each home has high ceilings, the kitchens have beautiful stone benches, while beautiful finishes and carefully selected materials throughout create an air of elegant sophistication.

Apartments at Olive Green Caulfield start from $895,000.


To top it off, the location of the new residence is a pocket within the area that right now is undergoing a flurry of revitalisation. Once complete, the neighborhood will be an attractive close-knit community to live in.

“We’ve got a Woolworths across the road, and an Aldi just down the street being constructed now,” Millman shares.

“Plus, there will be space for cafes and specialty stores underneath the Olive Green building.

“There’s public transport out the front, and parks across the road and Princes Park, nearby, so it’s just an amazing location and we anticipate a good uptake once the project launches.”

Pictures are courtesy of Freeman Group.

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