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The Oaks

Stage 02, Construction in Progress

A blend of lifestyle and landscape in
the heart of Woden

The Oaks

A sanctuary for all

Each home within the Oaks has been designed to establish a meaningful connection with nature. Expanses of glass invite views and sunlight into the residence, creating a feeling of airiness and vitality. Intelligent storage, quality fixtures and beautifully realised design ensures that the homes are both sophisticated and highly liveable.

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Oaks precinct — Artist’s Impression
Space to entertain — Artist’s Impression
Surrounding balconies – Artist’s impression

A tonic for the soul

Spacious balconies open to panoramic views towards Black Mountain or the village green. These are delightful areas to sit back with a glass of wine and watch the seasons change.

Bedroom — Artist’s Impression
Bedroom with westerly outlooks - Artist's Impression
Kitchen and living room — Artist’s Impression
Living room, dining and kitchen, Ash scheme — Artist’s Impression
Master bedroom, Crown plan Type F - Artist's Impression

A place to gather,
a space just for you

Expansive lounge and kitchen areas are designed to balance form with functionality. Large living areas ensure there is room for everyone to relax in comfort, while floor to ceiling windows in the bedrooms frame ever–changing vistas—a living work of art to be enjoyed from the comfort of your own bed.

  • Kitchen, Ash scheme — Artist’s Impression
  • Bathroom, Ash scheme — Artist’s Impression, Arbour plan type
  • Kitchen, Beech scheme — Artist’s Impression
  • Bathroom, Beech scheme — Artist’s Impression, Arbour plan type
  • Kitchen, Oak scheme — Artist’s Impression
  • Bathroom, Oak scheme — Artist’s Impression, Arbour plan type

A palette for all tastes

Residents can choose from three colour schemes to complement their own personal style. The Ash scheme features white reconstituted stone benchtops and bathroom vanities with a subtle vein, and joinery in pale timber hues. The Beech scheme features a collection of tiling, flooring, cabinetry and carpets in a warmer tonal palette, while the Oak scheme brings together dark and muted tones to create a sophisticated ambience.