Property of the Week: Luminary, Hawthorn – Melbourne

A light-filled and luxury complex in one of Melbourne’s most desirable suburbs.

By Sponsored Content 17/01/2020

Hawthorn’s Luminary stands as one of the Victorian capital’s most sought-after new developments. And for good reason.

A collection of 22 luxury apartments set high on the crest of 131 Church Street, each residence boasts a living experience more often associated with luxury homes.

Across four generous levels, two- and three-bedroom apartments offer sweeping views and light-filled, expansive interiors.

Designed by Plus Architecture and Mim Design, and built by Lechte Corporation and Abacus Property Group, Luminary brings together open plan living zones, large ensuites, walk-in sculleries and BBQ areas, alongside study nooks, powder rooms, media rooms/offices, wrap-around balconies and, for several select residences, warming fireplaces.

Luminary kitchens – the focal point of any modern home – are designed with a European sensibility that speaks of luxury and which extends to the use of grey marble across countertops, oversized island benches and splashbacks, with the latest Miele appliances as standard.

Luminary Kitchen

This level of heightened excellence is mirrored within each bathroom – large and functional spaces highlighted by woodgrain accents and aged bronze tapware alongside bespoke light fittings, standalone baths and double basins in select bathrooms.

The development also features immaculate, landscaped gardens and a downstairs communal resident’s cellar – where guests can curate a special collection of their choosing.

Luminary Bathrooms

Located just 5km from the Melbourne CBD, Hawthorn is enviably filled with cafes and boutiques, as well as some of the city’s best bars and dining experiences. Handy to several main arterial roads, Luminary also provides a ‘lock & leave’ lifestyle.

Of the remaining apartments, three 3-bedroom apartments are for sale, priced between $ 1,695,000 – $2,055,000


For more information contact Hocking Stuart’s Scott McElroy on 0411 889 972;


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