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February 25, 2021

Collection by Glenvill – As featured in Est Living

For more than six decades, Glenvill has woven itself into the fabric of Australia’s built landscape. Its foundation is based on the continued delivery of homes that enhance liveability and abide by enduring design and sustainability measures. Substantial industry expertise and knowledge has now culminated in their most recent residential initiative: Collection.

Glenvill Homes have recently opened the doors to their brand-new Collection Showhome in Bentleigh East (Victoria). At 44 squares, including 4 bedrooms all with ensuites, a study, and 3 living rooms the CR design on display is a home of expansive proportions and features the contemporary 08 façade, a standout on any street.

As an innovator of residential development, Glenvill Homes have developed the Collection range to provide a singular combination of pillars — quality construction, alongside eminent design as standard. The homes have been spatially prepared to fit urban blocks without the need for planning or report and consent processes which makes them ready to move into in less than twelve months.

Addressing the often complex process of building a family home ensures these aspirational homes progressive appeal thanks to their seamless navigation of both planning and construction. The design-focused aesthetics and abiding architectural details further establish them as precedents in a market that is becoming increasingly out of reach for many due to budget or red tape.

The Collection range offers the possibility to not only build a striking family home but has eased the way for those who love their locale and can now do more than merely entertain the possibility of a knockdown and re-build to craft a home that fits their family within a community they have become ingrained in.

Focusing on a beautiful and affordable approach to quality housing, Collection incorporates many of the accents, fixtures, fittings, and amenities that have previously been relegated to the domain of architecturally commissioned independent residences.

The rulebook on pre-designed homes, however, has been re-written by Glenvill Homes who understand that one size doesn’t fit all. The Collection range responds with a selection of design options, colour schemes, and interior upgrades that allow for clients to refine and modify their future homes to appeal to their unique family models, aesthetic inclinations, and specific needs.

An elevated offering of features in each home have been incorporated to appeal to both aesthetic and sustainable dialogues. Semi-commercial windows, Fisher & Paykel appliances, Franke sinks, and Caesarstone benchtops instill a sense of timeless luxury while maintaining a robust and authentic ambiance particular to homes of acclaim.

Extending on Glenvill Homes’ reputation for affordable quality design, each of the Collection variations feature an architecturally outstanding facade. With contemporary compositions, expansive glazing, and refined material palettes, the homes have been thoughtfully conceived to age gracefully while retaining a striking presence within any streetscape.

This latest venture from Glenvill Homes fills a yawning gap in Australia’s new residential build landscape. The Collection range extends the possibility to affordably and seamlessly build a quality family home to a large range of Australian families with the typology resonantly nostalgic while also profoundly future-oriented. The culture of the single-family residence has been resurrected and the pathway to moving into a superb home within 12 months temptingly paved.

Each carefully considered Collection home has been designed to display an innate understanding of how people live. A range of floorplan configurations have been conceived to respond to contemporary lifestyle expectations that balance wellness and connectivity alongside the fundamentals of a modern and sustainable home.

The Collection Residence is open for inspection by appointment.

Words by Tiffany Jade

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