• La Luna Stirling

La Luna set to eclipse all expectations

Once in a blue moon, a development like La Luna in Stirling comes along.

For house hunters in Stirling who have craved the chance to choose a brand new boutique apartment, it’s been worth the wait as this curvaceous, visually appealing new mixed-use build takes another step closer to opening its doors.

As the only apartment building in the area, La Luna represents a unique opportunity for buyers to acquire a prime spot in this thriving part of the city.

Construction began at the end of 2019, and as completion now nears, the opportunity to own an apartment in the bespoke, boutique development is narrowing. Take-up of La Luna’s apartments has been extremely popular, especially as the project is such a rarity in this part of the City of Stirling and there were just 32 apartments on offer. With over 50% of apartments now sold, only two or three bedroom apartments still remain available.

The attraction of living so close to the city and yet retaining a sense of space and style has been a major drawcard; add to the mix a sophisticated design aesthetic which includes a residents’ roof terrace with park and city views as well as well-proportioned living spaces and La Luna delivers on many fronts.

There’s also a unique open core atrium providing all residents with the chance to enjoy natural sunlight in the seclusion of this very special spot. There are no communal corridors unlike many similarly-scaled builds, maintaining a sense of privacy and uniqueness for all residents.

Stirling Village is nearby and the development is well-served by public transport links, schools and major shopping centres, all within easy reach.

In addition to apartments which occupy the upper three floors, the ground floor and part of the first floor are available to retail and hospitality businesses. An Italian restaurant has already secured a spot on the ground floor making the choice between cooking at home, or enjoying the convenience of home-cooked Italian fare in the same building an easy option when residents prefer a night off from preparing a meal.

Those who bought pre-construction were able to customise their residence to reflect their own style and taste, introducing modifications to window sizes and internal layouts.

There’s a distinct sense of style in every apartment with high quality fittings and fixtures – including engineered stone benchtops and hand-made Italian Ilve appliances, and timber floors with acoustic underlay.

In short, La Luna is a rare chance to live the Western Suburbs’ lifestyle without the price tag.

To find out more, visit lalunastirling.com.au