Herein lies Owens Lane, Epsom’s newest residential landmark. Owens Lane is a brand new collection of 13 stylish terraced townhouses designed for the ultimate in easy care, contemporary living. Embracing the corner of Owens Road and Gillies Ave, the captivating architectural design pays homage to Epsom’s heritage and unique landscape.
The buildings’ distinctive red brick and surrounding volcanic rock walls complement and elevate this iconic and sought after neighbourhood, with each home a quiet retreat and haven of privacy for its fortunate residents.
Form meets function within the spacious and well lit interior spaces, with a curated palette of natural hued finishes and quality appliances enhancing the luxurious living environments.
The elegant boutique development is divided into two distinct typologies across five blocks. These have been thoughtfully designed to cater for different lifestyles and provide a safe and secure community within. Type A’s three-level floor plans incorporate four bedrooms, three bathrooms, spacious living area and an internal garage. These proportions make the ideal home for small families with young children who wish to capitalise on the areas exceptional school zones. Type B are two-level, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. An enticing investment in this incredibly well connected area.
The ground floor features a modern kitchen equipped with quality BOSCH cooktop, oven and dishwasher. The spacious area opens onto a wooden deck, perfect for outdoor entertaining. The low maintenance garden ensures residents can enjoy the outdoors without the hassle. Upstairs you’ll discover generously sized bedrooms, including master bedroom with an ensuite, providing comfort and privacy for the whole family.
Constructing Owens Lane…
After the demolition and removal of existing structures, and the levelling of site; BCG team concentrate on the subdivision of lots, undertaking all civil and earthworks, service connections, laying impermeable concrete footpath and driveway, permeable paving of pedestrian areas, foundations and framing. The emergence of structures took place as exterior construction materials and internal framework materials were applied to the site.
James Hardie Linea Oblique Horizontal Weatherboard, vertical cedar shiplap, brick veneer, Colorcote Magnaflow roofing, Colorcote cladding, aluminium joinery complementary in colour to roofing materials, GARADOR flat panel sectional garage door, vertical timber paling fence, tinted windows, doors, pine deck and balcony glass balustrade, Velux fixed skylight.
At the same time, plumbing and electrical installed, fitout of the interior is taking shape and form using a raft of preselected materials. Himalayan ADEN Charcoal carpet, Belgoext garage carpet, timber flooring, Kiel Bianco tiles, Travertino splashback (horizontal pattern), neutral paint finish, brushed nickel hardware, melteca and melamine cabinetry, caesarstone benchtop, BOSCH kitchen appliances.
The selection of external materials was based on their quality, aiming to integrate seamlessly with the surrounding volcanic rock walls. This enhances the development’s standing by utilising materials that harmonise with the environment, such as the distinctive red brick. The installation and refinement of interior materials resonate with a sense of quality and luxury.