Display Tour Video: Kingloch Parade by Oz Property Group at 56 Kingloch Parade, Wantirna, VIC
Recently I visited Wantirna, one of Melbourne’s top 5 most liveable suburbs, to view the display suite of Oz Property Group’s latest development, Kingloch Parade. The 51 townhomes showcase the design of an industry-leading team and a future-focused approach to sustainable living.
Watch our latest display suite tour:
Situated on the old Wantirna Heights School site at 56 Kingloch Parade, you’re only a 30-minute drive from Melbourne CBD. The suburb of Wantirna offers plenty of established amenities, including parks, a shopping centre, education facilities and convenient access to the EastLink freeway. I love that Kingloch Parade homes are tucked away on a quiet site, away from the main road.
The project has undergone an extensive two-year community engagement phase, where Wantirna residents provided feedback on the look and feel of the homes.
Realm Landscape Architects designed a considered planting scheme to allow the development to seamlessly fit its surroundings – with extensive greenery and even a stream running through development. Not only is it great to look at, but the blue-green spine will also offer passive irrigation, creating a sustainable and practical space for years to come.
The feedback from locals also inspired the material selection – they wanted to see high quality, robust materials instead of light-weight cladding. DKO and SLAB architects incorporated a lot of brick for this reason.
Set to create a benchmark in green living, the development will hit 7 Star NatHERS energy ratings and will meet BESS Design Excellence.
A diverse range of flexible floorplans offer layouts to accommodate multi-generational living and working from home. All properties also feature mid-century inspired internal courtyards, which also help to add noise buffers within the home.
The interior tones are light and earthy. Clean lines create a calm, relaxing environment with concealed storage ensuring the home is livable yet clutter-free. The kitchens feature 3 metre stone benchtops with SMEG appliances and a minimalist pendant light suspended above the island bench.
Bathrooms include floor-to-ceiling tiling, frameless walk-in showers, beautiful timber vanities and a built-in bathtub. The secondary bathrooms feature a unique bench seat, designed to assist people with mobility needs or provide a handy chair for families at bath time.
Discover Kingloch Parade while it’s still a hidden gem. The pricepoint is akin to its competitors, but the future-focused design sets this development apart. Submit an enquiry via Urban to receive the information pack or to book your own appointment to view the display suite.
Words by Olivia Round.