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Media: Boutique collection of apartments coming soon to Sydney’s Lower North Shore: Introducing Northcote Collective, Naremburn

Media: Boutique collection of apartments coming soon to Sydney’s Lower North Shore: Introducing Northcote Collective, Naremburn

A momentous collaboration between Abadeen, Phoenix Property Investors, Rothelowman, LandFX, and CBRE, Northcote Collective is designed with an emphasis on purchaser customisation, quality, and lifestyle excellence.

The boutique collection of sophisticated 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with secure basement parking is set to hit the market mid-September.

Northcote Collective is the first brand-new residential project to enter Naremburn, in Sydney’s sought-after Lower North Shore, in years.

Suburban village charm 5km north of the Sydney CBD

Naremburn is one of Sydney’s most tightly held suburbs, nestled between popular St Leonards and Crows Nest Village. Vibrant café, bar, and culinary options feature throughout the area, creating a strong sense of village-style community. Charlie & Franks and The Mayflower in St Leonards are noteworthy local favourites.

The central location of Northcote Collective means you can complete almost any errand on foot. A 4 minute stroll takes you to The Forum in St Leonards for shopping essentials. Nearby Willoughby Road provides further shopping conveniences.

Those partial to some retail therapy will be right at home. You might peruse natural beauty products at Aesop, or source a stylish ensemble for the evening ahead at one of the independent boutiques in the area.

Northcote Collective is a short walk to St Leonards Train Station and to the new Crows Nest Metro Station due to be completed in 2024. Local bus services are also easily accessible via Willoughby Road. Being only 5 kilometres north of the Sydney CBD makes travel hassle-free for commuters.

Surrounded by Sydney’s finest in a tranquil setting

The local schooling options for Northcote Collective residents are of the highest calibre. Naremburn School, Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College, Wenona School, and the ACU North Sydney Campus are nearby. If your young one happens to be a talented dancer, Tanya Pearson Academy, led by Artistic Director Lucinda Dunn OAM, is also close.

Northcote Collective is close to nature trails, parklands, and Sydney’s iconic Lower North Shore beaches, balancing metropolitan convenience with a natural tranquillity that is rarely seen so centrally. More structured activities, such as Pilates classes, can also be easily accessed in the locale.

‘Northcote Collective is positioned in a really unique location, sitting on the edge of St Leonards and transitioning into the beautiful leafy landscape village of Naremburn,’ says Rothelowman Principal, Ben Pomroy.

‘Residents will get to have the beautiful aspect and outlook of the northeast which looks over the surrounding treetops, connecting you to the landscape and seasons. By the same token, the hustle and bustle and business space of St Leonards, as well as the convenience and access to train stations, positions you right in the city,’ adds Mr Pomroy.

Realise your stylistic and spatial preferences

Northcote Collective apartments come in 1, 2 and 3 bedroom options designed with impeccable quality and lasting appeal.

Appreciating that no one understands your lifestyle like you do, the award-winning architectural and interiors team at Rothelowman have provided 3 luxury kitchen layout variations and 3 kitchen colour schemes for purchasers to select from.

Rothelowman’s philosophy here is all about fostering choice and resident-driven design personality.

‘We were really excited to work with the team at Abadeen on this project to create a much more innovative and new approach to apartment design,’ says Mr Pomroy.

‘Our philosophy was all about designing a choice, so there’s a series of options for the actual kitchen layouts themselves to suit different types of buyers which is very unique,’ adds Mr Pomroy.

Read the whole article online via a-d.com.au