589 Toorak Road, Toorak, VIC
Completed Q1 2021 / 7 residences
With its timeless allure, Toorak is one of those suburbs that’s almost impossible to leave—so few ever do. Decades of trade. Generations of families. For Ode to stand the test of time, we knew it needed to become enveloped in Toorak’s history.
We welcome you to experience the finished product first hand with a private on-site viewing of our prototype apartment.
Completion dateQ1 2021
Min. internal area148m²
Max. internal area210m²
Metres to nearest coffee170m
3 bed av. projected rent$1,500pw
The design of Ode was rooted in the idea of contributing to the future narrative of Toorak. Creating a well-mannered building that will age gracefully, and provide timeless gravitas in an eclectic architectural setting. A boutique building of four levels designed by Ewert Leaf, with six half-floor residences crowned by a full-floor penthouse.
“The white bricks have been laid in a vertical stack bond over a steel lintel to provide a unique modern aesthetic that retains the buildings minimal materiality.”
Catheryn Tattersall, Architect, Ewert Leaf
The use of imported European white Morada bricks, contrasted by cascade planting, gives the residences an air of legacy. Durable materials continue through to the interiors, with natural stone slabs, hard-wearing timber floorboards and 100% wool broadloom carpet.
- 1Toorak Road Tram Station
- 2Manse Gallery Café
- 3St John’s Anglican Church
- 4Toorak Village
- 5St Catherine’s School
- 2Loreto Mandeville Hall
- 4Toorak Cellars
- 5Toorak Station
- 6Como House
- 1Palace Cinema Como
- 2Royal South Yarra Tennis Club
- 3Bistro Thierry
- 4One Hot Yoga
- 5High Street shopping strip