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space to grow

 
 
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A seed resembles the start of a new beginning. And so it is with Sprout, a space designed to nurture those looking for a contemporary Australian way of living. Tucked away in an undiscovered pocket of Richmond, Sprout conceals an oasis of 15 premium townhouses sitting behind a sleek exterior, all within easy reach of the city. 

 

Starting at  $959,000 to $1,050,000

 

Sprout is a collision of worlds. A space where old meets new and traditional meets contemporary, all brought together through an architectural vision by Neil Architecture, inspired by the courtyard style of European buildings.

Sprout joins the different architectural forms of Glass Street and Beissel Street and, in the process, unites Richmond’s residential future with its industrial past. First impressions of Glass Street’s hard exterior are softened once you step through its entrance and into the interior courtyard. Here you’re greeted by cut out garden beds, soft-edged paving and cascading planters. This green and open space is pooled with natural light and offers a perfect meeting space for the whole community.

With nature’s softness at its core Sprout’s 15 townhouses wrap around its green and open internal space. Each home features a unique floor plan including courtyards, roof decks, walk ups and more. Designed with a sophisticated sensibility in mind these homes give inhabitants large loft-like double-height ceilings, roof terraces and neighbourhood Richmond views. A sense of space abounds. 

 

 
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 Choose from a variety of 6 different floorplans, all including 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms plus one carpark

 
 
 

“The focus was on creating a calm and welcoming space where people would want to stop and take in their surroundings. I wanted the Sprout community to enter, look up and be greeted by a mass of diverse greenery, perfectly complemented by the architect’s contemporary design.”


— Phillip Withers, landscape architect

 
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Sprout is connected to some of Melbourne's most well-known transport routes. Take a 10 minute train ride into the city centre, get on your bike and enjoy Richmond's neighbouring cafes and boutiques  or take off on foot and explore the 260 hectares of parklands in Yarra Bend Park.

The close proximity to the city, and the number of available transport routes, means that the whole of Melbourne is on your doorstep. Whether you choose to get out there on foot or by bus, train or tram don’t forget that there’s plenty to explore in your surrounding area. No longer the ‘Switzerland of Melbourne’ - a place where friends in the north could meet friends from the south- Richmond is now a vibrant, thriving and ever-evolving scene in its own right.

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