The saying goes ‘home is where the heart is’ and it’s true – it’s your happy place where you create a treasure of memories.
The Beckworth offers a new sense of lifestyle, it’s chic and embraces fuss-free living, with the standout location of this exceptional development by far one of its most appealing factors.
Glen Iris is a prestigious suburb in Melbourne 10km south-east of the CBD with easy access to public transport including tram, bus and train systems. The Monash freeway is another nearby benefit.
With the median house price sitting at around $1.8M* in Glen Iris, The Beckworth presents an obvious opportunity with entry price starting at $1,270,000M. With opulent finishes including timber floorboards, natural stone benchtops and integrated Miele Appliances, it sets a new benchmark in design excellence, sophistication and class.
The impressive area is also bursting with vibrant eateries, quaint coffee spots and stylish shops with Toorak Road, High Street, Glenferrie Road and Malvern Road all in a close vicinity. The perfect way to spend an afternoon in this affluent suburb is to visit the Rivoli Village Cinemas – an old Art Deco building with a rooftop bar.
Our Top Café Picks
Run by three siblings, Fabian, Massimo and Romina Crea, Mr Tucci’s point of difference is the Crea’s mum, Franca, bakes all its cakes.
The few rotating specialities, such as an Italian sponge filled with lemon curd; carrot and pistachio cake; and a fig, pear and walnut loaf served with cinnamon butter all deserve a special mention.
Baba Sus is Midori Hori and Daniel Liao’s pan-Asian cafe. Hori hails from Japan and Liao has a Taiwanese-Thai background.
The signature dishes are traditional Hong Kong egg waffles with vanilla custard and green tea ice cream and The Piglette – a ka prao (Thai basil) pork omelette with an Asian salad.
The cafe is a few steps away from Burwood Railway Station. You can pick up a coffee through the express window that’s made with beans from Brewhouse Coffee Roasters in Bendigo. Powerful Vietnamese coffee and Oolong tea are available giving you that extra spring in your step!
Platform Espresso is the height of minimalist chic and is situated close to the Glen Iris train station.
The menu features Aussie favourites, such as the ‘Brunsch-etta’ with basil, tomatoes, confit mushrooms, goat’s cheese and pomegranate, and a smashed avocado that comes with homemade dukkah, marinated goat’s cheese, truss tomatoes and oregano dressing.
Golden Child is nestled among the suburban streets of Glen Iris. The Italian-Chinese fusion (unusual we know) has totally hooked the locals. The menu has exceptionally tasty items such as a lightly crumbed, tender steak sandwich layered with cheddar, Napoli sauce, and an interesting flavorsome combo of kewpie mayonnaise and Sweet Baby Ray’s barbeque sauce. Another legendary item on the menu are thin and crispy star-shaped pastry pretzels served alongside a warm pot of Asian pork mince, topped with chili, spring onion and a poached egg.
If you’re not the habitual Melbourne foodie and keeping fit is more your vibe, or you’re the parent of a pooch, Glen Iris offers plenty of parklands – Glen Iris Park Wetlands Summerhill park and Dorothy Laver Reserve to name a few. The Harold Holt Swim Centre is also a hot spot for locals with a massive $3M soon to be committed to improving the centre.
Find out more about The Beckworth and experience sophisticated living with timeless design. With a move in date as close as the end of 2020 and a realistic deposit of only 5% this opportunity has never been more appealing; this isn’t just your next home – you’re investing in a lifestyle.
To make this opportunity a reality, find out more about The Beckworth here.