St James Avenue

Photographer: Sarah Crozier 

 

Designed for families, executive couples and retirees alike, these two-storey townhouses are nestled next to St. James Park on a tree-lined street.

Each home contains a touch of luxury. European Oak flooring, premium appliances, Italian tapware and tiles are all installed in each home. And to accommodate any family, the master bedroom and ensuite are on the lower level, making it easier to create space between family or guests.

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