Ultra-luxe ‘house-sized’ residences hit the market in Fitzroy
If you’re someone who loves the vibe of inner-city living, but can’t bear the thought of compromising on space, you’re in luck. Piccolo, the award-winning property developer, has teamed up with architectural firm Woods Bagot and interior designer Hecker Guthrie to create A Piccolo House – 385 Gore Street Fitzroy. This brand-new development offers 49 luxury two and three-bedroom homes that cater to those who value quality, lifestyle, and convenience.
Piccolo has been developing Melbourne’s most prestigious multi-residential homes for 50 years, and with 385 Gore Street, they’re pledging to set a new standard within the industry. Each residence is characterised by soft minimalism and timeless finishes, with warm, natural colour palettes featuring honest, robust materials. Expansive kitchens feature Gaggenau and Whispair appliances, and the homes also accommodate quiet zones for those working from home, as well as high-spec bathrooms.
385 Gore Street leans into the heritage aesthetic of Fitzroy, taking cues from the area’s Victorian architecture while creating showstopping homes of the highest possible design standards. The design mirrors the character of a Victorian terrace home, with generous proportions, robust materiality, a wealth of natural light, and a reassuring sense of privacy.
Fitzroy’s unique blend of heritage buildings, independent shops, cafes, and lively nightlife has made it an ultra-desirable suburb for decades. And with several tram routes running through it, Fitzroy is well-connected to the rest of Melbourne. It’s no surprise that Fitzroy’s demand is high, with more than 2,500 people seriously interested in purchasing an apartment or unit there, according to PropTrack data.
For those looking for a mix of modern amenities within a heritage aesthetic, 385 Gore Street is the perfect choice. Premium quality, stellar design, and a prime location make it an excellent prospect for owner-occupiers and investors alike.
– Fitzroy is within walking distance of several other popular suburbs, including Carlton, Collingwood, and Brunswick, and has excellent public transport options.
– Fitzroy’s thriving cultural scene is known for its street art, live music venues, and restaurants.
– Piccolo is a family-owned boutique business that has helped craft prestigious luxury homes for the past 50 years.
385 Gore Street offers ultra-luxe ‘house-sized’ residences in the heart of Fitzroy that cater to those who value quality, lifestyle, and convenience. With premium quality, stellar design, and a prime location, it’s an excellent prospect for owner-occupiers and investors alike.
Melbourne’s inner-city suburb of Fitzroy has long been popular with buyers and renters alike, thanks to its unique blend of heritage buildings, independent shops, cafes, and lively nightlife. With the unveiling of A Piccolo House – 385 Gore Street Fitzroy, buyers can now enjoy all the benefits of inner-city living without having to compromise on space. With its soft minimalism, timeless finishes, and heritage aesthetic, 385 Gore Street is sure to set a new standard for luxury, multi-residential living in Melbourne.