“The ground floor garden was a key criteria for me. With two small dogs and a passion for gardening, this property offered a well proportioned outdoor space, unlike other two-bedroom apartments that mostly have balconies or small courtyards lacking light.”
The first development to carry the ‘Fortis’ name, 232 Wattletree was created to embody everything we wanted to be known for, with each detail speaking to the highest standards of quality and design. Textural materials like the dark charcoal-faced bricks, shuttered timber-look balconies and copper shingles on the penthouse façade create contrast and movement. 232 Wattletree was 100% sold prior to completion by the team at Marshall White.
Fire stairs as an architectural feature
Fire stairs are usually dead space, often overlooked in developments. By creating an architectural feature with the fire stairs, we could provide residents with a beautiful entrance and memorable first impression for guests. Located opposite the indoor garden, timber battens introduce softness to the corridors, their lengths highlighting the lobby’s high ceilings. Filtered natural light streams in from the lightwell and routed timber rails are beautiful to the touch.