50 Well Street Brighton
Unrivaled Location | Immaculate Interiors | Captivating Design
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Meticulously designed by Tectvs with landscaping by Lisa Ellis Gardens, Well Street presents Brighton’s most luxurious address. Perfectly positioned on one of the suburb’s most coveted streets, these residences are mere steps from vibrant Church Street and the magnificent Brighton beach. Well Street’s architecture seeks to evoke the familiar intimacy of a home, with a façade that, while patently modern, nestles subtly into the fabric of the neighbourhood. With dual facades, the articulated frontages exhibit deep voids created by recessed, full height glazing, coupled with balconies defined by translucent balustrades. Inside, light is designed into the homes, steeping every room with a warm ambience and sense of comfort.
Cohesive with the elegant façade, Well Street’s considered interiors unveil luxury living at its most refined. In homage to the development’s coastal milieu, an earthen palette of materials is found at play, featuring high-end stone finishes and warm timber joinery. Imbuing living spaces with an air of grandiosity, 3m high ceilings soar above each room to create an impression of boundlessness. Ample storage is also appointed throughout, exemplifying Well Street’s generosity as a home. Every bedroom opens out to a planted terrace via full height glazing, enabling a smooth interflow of in and outdoor living while providing private sanctuaries for residents to admire the surrounding vistas of picturesque Middle Brighton.
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