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Ideally located Denman Prospect terraces fill gap in the market for mid-size homes

By Wendy Johnson 18 January 2019

Elody terraces are for those who practice the art of living. Artist’s impressions provided by Independent Property.

For those who practice the art of living, Elody is a blank canvas.

Positioned on the eastern edge of forward-thinking, design-led Denman Prospect, Elody features 66 curated two, three, and four-bedroom terraces that are perfect for those who want to ‘live with expression’, says Sales Consultant Nathan Page, from Independent Property Group.

“The terraces run up to 193 sqm internally with large courtyards, first-class finishes, a high-energy rating and a great location with elevated views over the Molonglo Valley toward Black Mountain and the National Arboretum,” says Nathan. “They fill a much-needed gap in the market between a standard-sized townhome and a more substantial house.”

Elody is positioned on the Eastern edge of Denman Prospect.

Kasperak Architects joined forces with Milin Builders and Base Developments to design and build Elody. The vision is to offer great value-for-money with size, options and location, including for first-home buyers, young families wanting to upsize, and those keen on downsizing without losing their sense of space.

Elody’s display suite opens for the first time this weekend, 19 and 20 January.

A great location: Elody has elevated views over the Molonglo Valley.

Charlie Nussio, Project Manager, Independent Property Group, is so convinced of the unique qualities of Elody, he bought a terrace himself.

“We were impressed by the functional layout and the extra space in the double garage, perfect for storage or even a home gym,” says Charlie. “We were also drawn in by Denman Prospect itself, which is turning out to be one of the best-designed suburbs in Canberra. Everywhere you look you can see how much thought and attention to detail has gone into the planning.”

Elody offers high-class finishes.

Other features of the Elody terraces include timber flooring, premium AEG appliances, ducted reverse-cycle heating and cooling, and double-glazed windows, with a minimum EER of 6. Elody’s internal and external colour schemes were deliberately selected to suit Canberra’s bush environment, and include neutral, calming tones.

“The terraces at Elody are an ideal purchase for younger buyers or families looking to get into the centrally-located, prestigious suburb that rivals the more expensive inner North and inner South areas,” says Nathan. “The convenience is certainly there with Elody being just around the corner from the main village and just down the road from the proposed Molonglo Shopping Centre.”

Denman Prospect is no ordinary suburb, having earned a reputation for its investment in infrastructure, facilities and appeal, including $1.6 million to date on art by local, national and international artists.

The colour scheme options at Elody include neutral, calming tones.

“Capital Estate Development has built the village and outlaid the money to bring the people in rather than waiting for the people to come before providing the facilities,” says Nathan. “Even though we’re officially opening the display suite this weekend, it’s no surprise that some terraces at Elody have already sold.”

Double-glazed windows, and other features ensure a minimum EER of 6. Artist’s impression provided by Independent Property Group.

Elody’s display suite is open on both Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm. When entering Denman Prospect on Wyndham Avenue, turn right onto Bamblett Rise and right again on to Marie Little Crescent.

For more information, visit their website at elody.com.au or contact Nathan Page on 0499 054 888.

Elody’s display suite is open.

 


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