At Fig Tree Pocket, each building is set to a different height, taller at the centre then stepping down at the edges to complement the existing heritage architecture. Beautifully designed and generous 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments will have varied internal arrangements, terraces and outlooks, providing outstanding opportunities to suit every lifestyle.
In keeping with the quiet luxury of Fig Tree Pocket, residents will enjoy a connection to the surrounding landscape via their oversized terrace or courtyard. Most master bedrooms are designed to open up to these external spaces, providing a huge sense of wellbeing.
The kitchen’s island bench is an outstanding piece of design, its strong geometric shape echoing the precast fins of the façade. And with a striking feature stone, it serves as both ornamental and functional. Minimalist detailing and bespoke joinery are a perfect harmony of practical and beautiful. The butler’s pantry and vast bench tops provide ample work space, along with the latest in Smeg appliances to make cooking easy and efficient.
"At the southern end of the established Inglis Gardens, we have created a unique and appealing space. Sculptural green lawns sit at the heart of the site, offering opportunities for passive gathering on the sloped turf planes, accentuated by raised concrete plinths, beneath a row of striking deciduous trees."
Information and images in this website are preliminary and indicative only. Actual development layout, specification and construction may differ. Agreed specifications and our rights to vary those specifications will be set out in your contract for purchase. You should obtain independent professional advice on the contract before you proceed.