Travelling. It’s an escape from the augmented reality we live in, where small things are exploded as a result of increasing societal and work-related pressures. Travelling releases us and allows us to remember where we fit in, in the world. We are but a small piece of the puzzle. Our everyday problems are not as giant as they may seem. One of the things I love about travelling is not just the beautiful cities, but also the interesting accommodation. Enter Esquire Hawthorn, a new hotel-esque apartment block being build in a hidden street near Auburn train station.
The dream child of Dustin Wu, developer and director of W Property Group, Esquire Hawthorn is described as understated opulence; simplistic, minimalist and sustainable. The opulence comes from the choice of fittings and fixtures, leveraging European brands such as Gessi, Poggenpohl, Barazza, and Falmec, which are all found in the best hotel brands such as The Four Seasons, Armani Hotel Chains and The Dorchester in London. Around the corner from Esquire Hawthorn is a range of restaurants and bars along Burwood road with a range of excellent dinner options such as Firechief pizzeria a short drive away.
The hotel – ahem, apartment complex also has a stunning 200 square meter shared space, perfect for summertime parties looking into the CBD. Starting at just $380,000 for a one bedroom apartment, and growing in price to $445,000 for a one bedroom apartment with a study, $600,000 for a two bedroom apartment and $1.4 million for a three bedroom penthouse (we wish!), if you’re looking for your next home, Esquire Hawthorn could be just that.
For more information visit http://esqhawthorn.com.au/ for or call Dominic Locandro on 0419594593 for showroom appointments.