Design / Life

There is a growing appreciation for unique places that respond to their surrounds. People are looking to feel connected to their neighbourhood whether it’s through social interaction or design that is reflective of an area’s character.

Hesperia’s Victoria House project in Shenton Park will create a distinct community feel from the beginning through combining a reimagined 1938 heritage building with contemporary architecture.

Bringing together newly built 1, 2 and 3-bedroom residences along with hospitality, retail and working spaces within the heritage-listed building, Victoria House is set to become the social heart of the Montario Quarter village precinct.

This month, Hesperia opened a brand new display suite for the project housed in the northern wing of Victoria House. With a series of spaces to explore, it is a wonderful opportunity to discover the heritage building while viewing interiors, finishes and floorplans.

The light-filled space features Jardan furniture throughout, along with rugs by Jenny Jones. There’s also greenery for the indoor plant lovers and displays of both the ‘warm’ and ‘cool’ colour palettes that will be available in the residences.

Developed by Hesperia, the team behind the State Buildings and COMO The Treasury, Victoria House brings together a carefully selected group of local design specialists including recently been announced as the builder for the project.

The display suite is open every day except Mondays and Fridays at 4 Thorburn Way,

Shenton Park. Pooches are welcome too and you can view opening hours here.

1, 2 and 3 bedroom residences are now selling with construction set to commence by Easter 2021. For more information about Victoria House visit https://www.victoria-house.com.au/