SIA Malvern East

Discover Sia’s 2 and 3 bedroom, architecturally designed, premium apartments, duplex’s and penthouses. Sia is ideal for owner occupiers who demand quality and a vibrant lifestyle.

Drawing architectural inspiration from its prized location in Melbourne’s leafy East Malvern, this collection of 19 distinctive residences delivers on the traditional urban village lifestyle. Sia is designed to maximise its impressive views across Central Park. It is close to vibrant shopping strips, cafes and transport, plus some of Melbourne’s leading schools!

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Large expanses of glazing means Interiors are light and airy. Light timber flooring flows through the open plan living and dining areas. The colour schemes are neutral and natural, so you can style and make them your own more easily.

At the heart of Sia’s inviting interiors is a sophisticated kitchen which offers timeless design, European appliances and top quality finishings.

Sia consists of large apartments, luxurious duplexes and a number of premium penthouses. Designed by renowned residential innovators Hayball, Sia is the project that busy families will be drawn to and love living in.

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Sia is only a few steps from public transport and includes car plus bike spaces for each apartment, duplex and penthouse.
Each residence includes impressive views across nearby Central Park. This lush green space features 19 acres of sculptured gardens, playgrounds, plus a fitness track.

Malvern East’s vibrant shopping strips serves up a host of fresh food, coffee blends and high-end restaurants. The weekend scene is abuzz with street side people-watchers and local’s enjoying the many parks and gardens scattered throughout the neighborhood.

“The facade features bold concrete bands accentuated with charcoal metalwork. The play of richly textured materials continues in the classically inspired calm and elegant interiors, where there is an emphasis on sanctuary and retreat,” said architects Hayball.