Inspired by the timeless nature of industrial style architecture.

If you want a cramped shoebox apartment, Moncrieff is not the suburb for you. Homes in Moncrieff are spacious. At Urbane the 40 two-, three- and four-bedroom townhouses feature open-plan designs with generous touches such as 2.7-metre ceilings and staircases framed by full-height voids. The design focused on liveability and efficiency, seeking to create usable, clean, regular spaces. The interaction between spaces in the homes has been carefully designed and the relationship of spaces has been developed to provide outstanding function and enjoyment”.

The buyers will love Moncrieff, which has “been designed around open space and maximizing outdoor recreation and lifestyle”.  The suburb`s residents enjoy access to generous open spaces, with parks, playgrounds and walking tracks. While Moncrieff is on Canberra`s edges, it affords residents easy access to the city`s amenities, being just six minutes` drive from the Marketplace in Gungahlin and 20 minutes from the city center.

Its situation on the edge of Canberra means that buyers can expect a bit more for their money. While Moncrieff is “very sought after” it “still is affordable … in comparison to other new suburbs out there.”

The design brief for homes was modern, but with elements of industrial style, to give it a “timeless feel”. Properties face north or north-east, maximizing natural light to living areas. Homes feature tiled floors throughout, built-in wardrobes, a master bedroom with ensuite and reverse-cycle air-conditioning. The entertainer`s kitchen is large with waterfall benchtops, a ducted range-hood and stainless steel appliances.