Lot 139 | THE ANGORA
198B Blackshaws Road, Altona North vic 3025
Walking or cycle trails
Education within 5kms
Healthcare within 5km
Parks and open space
Communal entertaining area
THE ANGORA HAS RETURNED AT THE FABRIC | JACARANDA PRECINCT
Mirvac’s highly anticipated Jacaranda Precinct has arrived at The Fabric.
The first release within this vibrant precinct offers a selection of spacious traditional three and four bedroom floorplans designed by Mirvac’s award-winning in-house Design team. These stylish, efficient and functional homes are built to be enjoyed, boasting comfort as well as an impressive 7-Star NatHERS rating to ensure a lighter footprint is left on the environment.
Located centrally within The Fabric, the Jacaranda Precinct is situated adjacent to The Lawn*, which will provide an array of active spaces for the community to enjoy including a half-court basketball court.
Suitable for growing families, The Angora offers spacious traditional living zones with four bedrooms on the first floor.
-Open-plan light-filled living and dining space on the first floor
-Generous kitchen with separate island bench that seamlessly connects to the dining and living area
-Beautiful front and rear courtyards designed by Eckersley Garden Architecture
-Spacious master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite
Become part of The Fabric's vibrant community.
Secure your dream home in the first release of our coveted Jacaranda Precinct. Book an appointment with Max Thomson 0468 562 215 to learn more about this exciting chance to join a thriving new community in Melbourne’s inner west.
*The Lawn is indicative of current and proposed amenity and infrastructure and is subject to change. The proposed amenity will be delivered by Mirvac and timings are subject to delay, development approvals, statutory approvals, and construction. Renders are Artist’s Impressions and indicative only.
Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.
Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.