Heralding a new era of cosmopolitan Bowral living, ‘Maynard Gardens’ offers the convenience of an urban lifestyle with the distinguished luxury of its historic rural setting. This landmark development offers 43 apartments designed to exude the effortless sophistication of a French country manor, with a choice of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom layouts.
The sense of community
Configured to create a community setting within the village atmosphere of Bowral, the low rise buildings will be interspersed with manicured gardens, culminating with Maynard Park on the corner. Dormer and picture windows frame leafy outlooks for residents, while ensuring a facade of distinction for an excellent street presence.
Interiors preserve a refined taste, with high end finishes and fixtures utilised to promote a luxe aesthetic for the most discerning buyers. The configuration focuses on an open plan layout and indoor/outdoor integration, with flow to balconies, courtyards or courtgardens depending on the unique positioning within the estate.
The features and fixtures
Buying off the plan at ‘Maynard Gardens’ offers unique layouts to choose from and the option of two colour schemes. Interiors cultivate a suave and opulent ambience, with high shadowline ceilings, engineered timber floors and gas fireplaces in generous living zones.
Impeccably appointed, kitchens feature reconstituted stone benchtops, induction cooking and European appliances, while the fully tiled bathrooms showcase chic frameless showers and matte black fixtures and fittings.
Further contemporary comforts considered standard include built-in wardrobes, zoned ducted air conditioning and NBN access.
Each secure building features intercom entry, as well as garbage chutes from each level and lift access. Each apartment has basement parking and storage areas on title for added convenience. At ‘Maynard Gardens’ there has been no detail overlooked in the craftsmanship of absolute luxury.
Absolute walk-to-everywhere convenience is the essence of what it means to live at ‘Maynard Gardens’. Edged by Bong Bong Street itself, the estate offers immediate accessibility to the cafe society, boutique shops, galleries and restaurants down the town’s main artery.
Daily supermarket shopping is handy at Harris Farm Markets around the corner or on the main drag. If you want to head further afield, transport is simple with buses at the doorstep to Mittagong, East Bowral and Moss Vale, while Bowral Station is just a short walk away.
All four seasons reveal something enticing in Bowral, whether it’s springtime gardens, cosy winter gatherings around a roaring fireplace, wine tasting in summer or admiring the autumn colours.
‘Maynard Gardens’ offers residents a rare lock-up-and-leave lifestyle, promising the low maintenance of apartment living usually found only in urban centres. It’s an excellent base for those wanting a weekend escape from Sydney or Canberra, with fantastic potential for investors and owner occupiers alike. It’s also suitable for those wanting to downsize yet stay in the Southern Highlands, with lift access throughout, as well as wheelchair accessible ground floor apartments.
Be in town for Tulip Time at Corbett Gardens, meander through antique shops and book stores, visit a country market or follow one of the numerous trails the region is famous for; including the winery trail, coffee trail, pie trail and heritage trail. Explore the many scenic tourist drives through picturesque pastureland to historic towns and natural attractions.
Streets lined with majestic oak trees and vibrant gardens reminiscent of the English countryside transport you to another era when you arrive in Bowral. Originally inhabited by the Gundungurra and Tharawal people, the name Bowral is said to have been derived from the Aboriginal word for ‘high place’.
The town flourished in the 19th century, with the preserved architecture of original buildings and nearby historic towns of Berrima and Burrawang providing a sense of heritage and reverence. By the 20th century, the cool climate of Bowral made it a popular holiday destination for Sydney’s upper classes, with many families building grand summer houses to escape the heat of the city. The distinguished atmosphere of Bowral still remains, amid the manicured foliage, historic buildings and country manors.