Renowned architects Jackson Clements Burrows in consultation with heritage consultants Lovell Chen, have created refined apartments that are an extension of this historic local landmark: The Sarah Sands. A timeless address, meticulously designed for modern Brunswick living.

The spacious residences feature robust materials, a restrained natural palette and detailed craftsmanship throughout.

Sustainable Features:

• Proximity to a variety of public transport
• Double Glazed windows
• Solar panels
• Feature pendant lighting from New Zealand’s Nightworks Studio
• Natural oak flooring & 100% wool carpet
• Premium Smeg appliances
• Integrated refrigerator
• Quality marble and porcelain benchtops
• Abundance of bicycle storage
• Secure basement car parking

The contemporary architectural form is designed to complement Sarah Sands’ vintage character and the surrounding Brunswick neighbourhood, whilst providing residents with peaceful seclusion and serene city views.

Located moments from the Upfield bicycle path, train, tram and with direct road access to the CBD, Sarah Sands is primely located for an easy & sustainable lifestyle.

Be a part of Melbourne’s history at the Sarah Sands which has stood on-site since 1846.

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Brunswick, 3056
Brunswick, 3056

A multicultural and increasingly hip ‘hood just north of town.


Make yourself at home among the young, independent, bike-riding souls, as well as older people still living the inner city life, both with and without kids.

If you want to sample both traditional culture and up-to-the-minute cafe culture, Brunswick has it all stitched up with its earthy charms and artful community

Brunswick is a dense urban enclave, its narrow sidestreets full of largely Victorian homes, but modern apartment developments are starting to add a new flavour.

Brunswick is a dynamic area with a palpable energy brought to it by a recent influx of young, artsy, independents digging the multicultural vibe.

Brunswick was once a multicultural area with a heavy European flavour, but recent years have seen a boom in gentrification and an influx of young, hip people, as well as a broader range of immigrants. Today’s Brunswick is a lively mix of cultures amidst an incredibly happening cafe, restaurant and bar scene.


Brunswick is incredibly popular with young, independent people who love its multiculture, its cafe culture and its location just a quick pedal north of the city. But you’ll find plenty of older residents also in the mix, either as singles or as family units.


Brunswick’s main thoroughfare is Sydney Road, a delicious bustle of Middle Eastern bakeries, hip cafes with vinyl spinning on the turntable, artisan giftware and Italian bridal shops. Trams lumber up the street while locals zip around on their bikes, getting groceries from Barkly Square, going for a swim at the Brunswick Baths, seeing an exhibition in the Town Hall’s Counihan Gallery or meeting for a drink at the Sporting Club Hotel or any number of neat bars, although nearby Lygon Street rivals Sydney Road for its hip eateries.


Brunswick is well serviced by trains and trams, and there are a number of schools in and around the area too.