The Grounds of Kew

The Grounds of Kew

Photographer: Willem-Dirk du Toit

The Grounds of Kew is a landmark expression of hyper luxury and contemporary living. The development, containing 21 residences, is nestled amongst Kew’s exclusive Sackville Ward domain and takes inspiration from its rich architectural heritage and verdant garden setting.

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Melbourne, Australia


Beulah International


$20 Million





Traditional Custodians

Wurundjeri people


  • The Urban Developer Awards, Finalist - Development of the Year - Medium Density Residential, 2021
  • Interior Design Excellence Awards, Finalist - Residential Multi , 2021
  • Interior Design Excellence Awards, Finalist - Residential Multi, 2020
Photographer: Timothy Kaye

The Grounds’ design is intended as a celebration of artistry and craftsmanship; the overall scheme a cohesive approach where minimalist design is contrasted by maximalist materiality.

Bold geometries are balanced with refined details and rendered in highly considered materials including stone, marble, timber and glass.

Photographer: Timothy Kaye

The interiors display two very distinct palettes: a glamorous, light scheme featuring soft joinery and flashes of gold, and a dark, dramatic scheme with dusky joinery and highlights of bronze.

Photographer: Fender Katsalidis

The residences have been designed for uncluttered and elegant ease of living. Each feature thoughtfully planned and beautifully appointed design signatures, including extended kitchen with butler’s pantry, kitchen island benches with cantilevered breakfast bar, and walk-in-wardrobes with display joinery and dressing tables.

Ensuite bathrooms are generously proportioned with double vanities and a freestanding sculptural bathtub, while integrated lighting and charging drawers enhance usability and ambiance.

Photographer: Timothy Kaye
Photographer: Timothy Kaye

Blurring the lines between architecture and nature, planter boxes bring greenery to the terraces, providing a soft, living counterpoint to the stately façade. Expansive windows provide a sense of depth, capturing and reflecting views of the gardens, city, and sky.

Photographer: Timothy Kaye

Leadership Team: