Eight Crafted Residences
Harbour views to all apartments
Individual garaging for up to four cars
Architecture by Monk Mackenzie
Wolf & Sub Zero appliances throughout
Soaring 2.9m floor to ceiling heights to all living spaces
Sky meets sea and stone at Shelly Beach
Down a private driveway in St Mary’s Bay, Auckland, new ground is being broken on a residential development like no other. Eight exceptional apartments, spacious and luxurious, dynamically positioned between the sea and the sky.
Every element raises the bar for apartment living. The core contributors to the project — developer, architect, builder, interior designer and landscaper — have sought to exceed expectations. The development sets a level of excellence rarely seen outside of luxury lodges and high end, standalone residential projects.
Elevating the art of living
The eight apartments at 87 Shelly Beach Road, architecturally designed and built to exacting standards, elevate apartment living to remarkable new heights. The building’s elemental and enduring design, that makes it feel like truly coming home to the life you deserve
With just eight spacious apartments over four levels, this is a boutique offering with an opportunity for neighbourly community that’s missing from large scale apartment complexes.
fig. 01 Concept Sketch by Monk Mackenzie
fig. 02 Concept Sketch by Monk Mackenzie
Light and weight in perfect balance
- Eight individual three bedroom 256XXXm2 apartments over four floors
- Sea views from every apartment
- Natural stone throughout
- Bespoke kitchen and bathroom fit-outs
- Individuall four car garaging for up to four cars
- Air conditioning and underfloor heating throughout
- 2.9m floor-to-ceiling heights in living, dining and kitchen
- Curated communal spaces
A jewel of the inner west
There really isn’t a better suburb to live in than Saint Marys Bay. It’s proximity to everything the city has to offer, the harbour views, the pristine heritage homes, the rich history. First farmed in 1840 by George Scott, it’s home to some of Auckland’s most beautiful historic landmarks. Rich in culture and community, the residents of St Mary’s Bay have turned city living into a perfect science.
fig. 03 Concept Sketch by Monk Mackenzie
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