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The Claremont residences feature floorplans with more than 1,500sqm. Image – Supplied.
  • The Grove residences in Perth's Claremont will set new records for the state
  • Blackburne Property Group and MJA architects designed the remaining penthouses
  • Over 120 inquiries received since the release of designs

Blackburne Property Group has set new records for apartment size and price in Western Australia following the design releases for The Grove’s remaining penthouses.

The Claremont residences feature floorplans with more than 1,500sqm and are advertised for up to $22.7 million.

The property group worked with award-winning Australian architects MJA to design the last penthouses offering fewer but larger residences.

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Blackburne Property Group senior development manager Rhys Johnson said the level of interest from potential penthouse buyers was in-line with expectations as Perth’s appetite for apartment living grows.

Over 120 inquiries were received in the weeks following the announcement of the new floorplans.

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Mr Johnson said, “As the Perth apartment market matures, people are starting to become more familiar with the range of offerings, and the benefits a development like The Grove can provide.

“A lot of our purchasers are increasingly looking to personalise their purchase, whether it’s buying two properties next door to each other and knocking the internal walls down, or just customising the layout and colour scheme to reflect their style and way of life.”

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Mr Johnson said most of the interest is coming from a sophisticated audience who have seen or lived in apartments around the world and want the same standard in their hometown.

“The fact we’re able to connect them with our architects to make their dream home a reality sets us apart.”

The Grove is set for completion in spring 2023.



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