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Creating a community of like-minded people

Moving to Airlie Ivanhoe offers so much more than just the rare opportunity to live in one of our stunningly designed and appointed residences. We’ve captured the vibrant community spirit for which Ivanhoe is admired and designed thoughtful communal spaces for all residents to enjoy.

Communal living

The centrepiece of communal living at Airlie Ivanhoe will be the magnificent lounge with an imposing double-sided fireplace opening out onto a large central courtyard. Complementing this area are the bar and kitchen, private dining room and billiards table where you’ll love to spend time with other residents and your guests.

Private cinema & library​

The private cinema is sure to be a hit with residents for regular movie nights with its huge screen and purpose-built cinema seating. For those that want to relax with a book or a leisurely game of chess, the library is the perfect place for when you want some peace and quiet.

Exclusive gymnasium​

In addition to the numerous sporting facilities nearby, Airlie Ivanhoe will also have its own exclusive residents only gymnasium to help you maintain your health, fitness and wellbeing. Other resident-only areas include a sizeable workshop where you can undertake projects, a locked bicycle storage area and laundry room with drying facilities.

Private & shared spaces​

With its mix of private and shared space, Airlie Ivanhoe caters to when you want to entertain friends and family and those times you just want a little time to yourself.

Your own landscape oasis​

We’ve made stunning landscaping a feature throughout the community to reflect the beautiful garden environment in which Airlie Ivanhoe stands. Two dramatic palms mark the entrance to Airlie Ivanhoe and carefully considered plantings provide shade, privacy and an ever-changing outlook all year round.

Come together​

The interior courtyard allows for quiet reflection as well as a variety of settings for people to come together. An outdoor BBQ area offers residents the flexibility of extra space if larger gatherings are planned. This area will also be used for resident events such as Grand Final day or Christmas lunches (in both December and July for a mid-winter celebration).