Other amenity within the development includes a communal courtyard and rooftop garden.
The developments sustainable features include a solar PV system for power generation, rainwater harvesting, rooftop composting, vegetable gardens, electric vehicle charging stations and bicycle amenities.
According to architect Kerstin Thompson, Balfe Park was designed as an ensemble of buildings of varying shape and orientation rather than a large, singular building.
Thompson explains that by doing this they hope to achieve a stronger sense of neighbourhood and an individual address within a broader social context.
“Four individual structures also means we have more opportunities to give each dwelling the benefit of windows that welcome in light, ventilation and views,” Thompson said.
“In a market that often values lavish fixtures and fittings, we believe real luxury lies in creating a beautiful framework – providing ‘good bones’ – that will endure and give lasting pleasure to occupants.”