Designed by Malcolm Elliott Architects, the homes at Kaya, Hampton Park will feature generous bedrooms, open plan kitchens and living areas, and secure garage parking.
Unlike other developments in the area, Kaya will not appear as a ‘cookie cutter’ or ‘one-size-fits-all’ estate. The individually designed homes will be spread organically throughout the site, alongside quiet family-friendly streets with private driveway entries.
Allotments will range from 227 to 397q/m and will be surrounded by environmentally sensitive planting. Kaya will also be connected to the existing River Gum Creek Reserve.
Seven schools are within a 5km radius of Kaya, so you’ll be sure to find the right fit for your high achievers. For retail therapy, take a trip to Hampton Park Shopping Centre, where supermarkets, Asian grocers, bistros and cafés are bustling with activity. Or take a 12-minute drive to Westfield Fountain Gate and choose from hundreds of stores.
Your morning commute is made easy, with Dandenong CBD only 15 minutes away and convenient access to Melbourne CBD via the Monash Freeway. Kaya is also well connected to public transport, with buses running frequently to Hallam Station. From there, jump on a train and get to the city in 45 minutes.
Seven schools are within 5kms of Kaya, with Narre Warren South P-12 and Coral Park Primary less than a 15 minute walk away.
Head over to Hampton Park Shopping Centre to browse supermarkets, Asian grocers, bistros and cafés, or take a 12-minute drive to Westfield Fountain Gate.
Buses run frequently from Kaya to Fountain Gate, Dandenong, and Hallam Station. Trains from Hallam Station to Melbourne CBD take 45 minutes.
Enjoy the peace and quiet in the neighbouring River Gum Creek Reserve, or take the kids to play at nearby Amber Drive Park.
Property and construction experts Tom Hoogenbosch and Ben Thomas formed development company Three Pillars in 2009 and have delivered nine residential projects in the six years since.
Australian-owned and Melbourne-based, Three Pillars delivers quality and thoughtfully designed homes where people want to live.
The company is committed to providing a superior level of service through the land acquisition, design and construction phases of development projects, and genuinely cares about the communities in which it works.
Since its inception in 1989, Malcolm Elliott Architects has gradually expanded its range of work to include large residential townhouse projects, apartments, offices, business parks, retail shops, restaurants and showrooms ranging in construction value from $20,000 to $30 million.
The practice has been awarded several design awards for excellence in medium density residential design by a number of councils, including the City of Whitehorse and the City of Boroondara.
Edgepoint Homes consists of a team of experienced and passionate professionals from a range of property and construction disciplines, who have been building homes throughout Victoria since 2009.
The company aims to make the home building experience as easy and enjoyable as possible for its customers, and is dedicated to delivering high-quality projects on time and within budget.
Using tried and tested processes and an extensive network of respected suppliers, Edgepoint Homes creates quality residences that are tailored to suit the individual needs of homeowners.
Core Projects has more than 20 years’ experience in acquisition, providing a complete service to developers, investors and landowners. They have intimate knowledge of local areas and markets by establishing excellent relationships with developers and clients, as well as being highly regarded by councils and consultants.
Core Projects have led the acquisition, transaction and negotiation of some of the largest broad-acre land and landmark development sites in Victoria.
AERIAL VIEW OF THE KAYA SITE
IN HAMPTON PARK
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