Whitton Lane is forged from a palette of beautiful, robust materials that celebrate the past, including brick, timber, aged metal and concrete. Its name takes inspiration from John Whitton, the chief engineer charged with designing the tramways that once serviced the Eastern Suburbs and draws architectural inspiration from the nearby heritage-listed Old Boot Factory.
Capturing urban vistas from a variety of aspects, the apartments play to our love of entertaining. Spacious living areas flow to generous covered balconies in a seamless integration of the indoors and out. European oak floorboards add warmth and texture while floor-to-ceiling glass harnesses light and views.
The kitchens are as aesthetically beautiful as they are functional, with many featuring a socially focused island bench at their heart. A suite of quality Miele appliances elevates your cooking experience, from the bold black gas cooktop and electric wall oven to the integrated dishwasher. Honed stone benchtops and splashbacks, soft-close joinery and integrated fridges complete the picture, with 3-bedroom residences featuring the luxury of a wine fridge for your favourite tipple.
Bathrooms are pure modern sophistication enhanced by stylish finishes. Stone vanities and matte black hardware add a thoroughly contemporary edge while Parisi freestanding baths invite you to relax. Frameless glass shower screens and floor-to-ceiling tiles create clean lines and a sense of restrained minimalism.
Every element has been carefully considered to create spaces of immense beauty and comfort. Ducted zoned air conditioning keeps you temperate year round, bedrooms feature built-in wardrobes and pure wool blend carpet, NBN is pre-installed and laundries come complete with clothes dryers. An electric vehicle charging station and residents’ car share scheme are environmentally conscious options.