The Evergreens signals a new horizon in over 55’s living. Quiet yet connected, familiar yet contemporary, relaxed and reinvigorating. The Evergreens is forever natural, forever modern, forever inspiring and forever active, keeping you forever young, forever.
The Evergreens offers a contemporary range of one and two bedroom apartments surrounded by lush, private landscaped surrounds. Designed by award winning Thrum architects, the architectural design feels familiar on the outside and modern, fresh and inviting on the inside. Generous and abundant glass welcome the outside in where stylish, open plan living combines with stone, timber veneer and European appliances to create a truly world class designer home.
Beautifully crafted & textured finishes provide a light, airy and coastal inspired colour palette. Timber floorboards contrast beautifully with thick concrete waterfall edge bench tops, white satin splash backs, stainless steel appliances and marina shore woven carpets.
When you live at the Evergreens the lifestyle options are endless. The great outdoors are always great, while the indoors are equally inspiring. Fine dining at Bon Pavilion, Pinocchio’s or Frederico’s or a more relaxed affair at Tommy’s cafe or South End Social. Work off those new found calories with a swim, surf, sail or bush walk. The choice is all yours and always will be.
Disclaimer: The material contained herein has been produced prior to detailed design and construction, it is indicative only and does not constitute a representation by the Vendor, Agent, or Vendor’s consultant in respect to the size, form, dimensions, specifications or layout of the apartment at all. The final product may change from that illustrated herein. Furniture is not included. All furniture shown is for illustration purposes only. Changes may be made to the detailed layouts during the development in accordance with the provisions of the contract of sale or the building and or planning requirements or for compliance with relevant standards or codes. Any interested parties should make their own enquiries as to the accuracy of the information.