This is
your time

Rising just three levels, the linear building is separated into two articulated and asymmetrical pavilions.

By splitting the built form into two balanced compositions each Reverie apartment gains multi-directional aspects and outlooks, as well as options to chase the sun and to catch prevailing breezes.

A lushly-landscaped communal residents-only piazza meanders between the pavilions, aiding the look and feel of exclusivity and hinting at the elegance of what lies within.

Respecting the history of its setting, Reverie’s archway flourishes and hand-crafted brickwork are a visual nod to the adjoining Mosman Art Gallery, a heritage-listed building co-designed by Walter Burley Griffin which began life in 1915 as a church.

A rhapsody
of green

Cocooned behind acoustically-treated windows and doors in an oasis of tranquillity, residents will embrace the serenity. Here nature is not a place you visit, you are living within it.

Those facing Myahgah Road breathe in the green scape of Mosman Park and Allan Border Oval.

Those apartments fronting Vista Street share a similarly cloistered environment thanks to a verdant canopy of mature trees.

Practical private terraces can be opened up or closed off to suit differing needs and climatic conditions and come with an in-built Wolf barbecue, and a beverage centre, making them ideal for entertaining and for enjoying alfresco meals.

Perhaps the most glaring divergence between Reverie and the rest comes in the seven ground level apartments, each with their own private entrance and gardens on title up to a whopping 275sqm.