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4 Jun 2020 / News
Five minutes with Eisen Property

The Eisen brothers have a unique property related background which stems from childhood. They’re passionate about good design, quality buildings and delivering for their purchasers. As the agents behind our Inkerman & Nelson project, we sat down with Nat and Jake to find out what they think makes these townhomes special.

 

How does Inkerman & Nelson compare to other townhomes on the market?

Inkerman & Nelson appeals to families, those seeking extra space and anyone with an appreciation for design. Many of the competing townhomes on the market are comparably smaller, whereas Inkerman & Nelson offers larger living areas (with the bonus of two car spaces!). Each home features a number of fantastic design-led initiatives and customisable options too.

 

What makes Balaclava one of Melbourne’s most sought-after suburbs? 

Just 6km from the city centre, Balaclava is a small, tightly held neighbourhood with a non-transient community creating a sense of familiarity and safety. It’s cool and family-oriented at the same time.

With Carlisle Street located just down the road from Inkerman & Nelson, Balaclava is home to some top cafes, bars and restaurants and is walking distance to beaches, schools, parks and public transport. It has everything on its doorstep and it’s no wonder families are laying their roots here.

 

What has stood out for purchasers so far?

There has been a great response to the kitchen and bathroom design features along with the unique storage options and our flexibility to accommodate purchaser needs. Buyers have also loved the bedroom sizes, the emphasis on outdoor living spaces and the north-facing aspects.

 

What’s your favourite feature of the project?

The kitchen is the heart of any home and it’s easily our favourite feature of Inkerman & Nelson. Its unique design includes plenty of storage, premium appliances and a cleverly designed pantry and appliance nook. We also love the additional options for storage throughout, such as the arrival station, landing joinery units and bench seats with integrated storage.

 

What three questions should purchasers be asking when buying off-the-plan?

  1. Do your research on the team involved. Begin by asking who the architect, developer and sales team are, and then research their track record.

 

  1. Be comfortable with the project timelines. Be sure to ask when construction will commence and what the expected completion date is. It is also important to understand how long the project has been on the market and how many properties have been sold.

 

  1. Buying a property is a big decision and you want to ensure you’re 100 per cent happy with it. When buying off-the-plan, never hesitate to ask the developer if they are willing to accommodate changes to the finishes to suit your specific needs.

 

 

Limited homes remain. For more information on Inkerman & Nelson, contact Nat Eisen on 0403 472 204 or nat@eisenproperty.com.au

 

More information is available at www.inkermanandnelson.com.au

 

 

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