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St Boulevard, has been conceived as a beautiful interplay between nature and architecture. Inspired by nature and designed for modern living, St. Boulevard residences become part of a stunning ecosystem, with natural materials and lush greenery drawn up from the garden and through the buildings.
Located on Melbourne’s premier tree lined boulevards, surrounded by parks and gardens, the development is positioned on the corner of High Street and St Kilda Road, only 4km from the CBD.
With a natural palette and lush greenery drawn from the gardens and through the buildings, boundaries between architecture, landscape and interiors dissolve into the organic environment that is St. Boulevard.
Its shimmering façade features a distinctive stretched glass skin, crafted into a continuous surface that reflects the sky and surrounding parklands. Each level sets back to reveal spectacular terraces in which to bask or entertain, a grand sculpture in a beautiful landscape.
Magnolia offers the best views at St. Boulevard, with uninterrupted vistas over St. Kilda Road and towards the Melbourne CBD.
Designed around three signature trees — this is a place to gather with friends or seek quiet moments of solitude. There are spaces for swimming, entertaining and barbecuing, or simply lying peacefully in a hammock surrounded by tumbling greenery. Within the rambling garden there are carved out seating nooks, pavilions and a playground for both adults and children, as well as a series of intimate pocket gardens.
This lush landscaping extends to the perimeter of St. Boulevard, connecting with grand indoor spaces including a bar, lounge, cinema and dining room.
Magnolia’s privileged residents experience picture perfect scenes of the Melbourne city skyline, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Fawkner Park, while apartments facing west enjoy sunsets over Albert Park Lake and Port Phillip Bay.
Magnolia is within walking distance to some of the best public and private schools in Melbourne. Take a short tram ride into the city, and you have some of the top-ranking universities in Australia, if not the world.