In 2021 MoonBria turns 80. To celebrate this milestone we've reached out to model maker Sam Hardy to hand craft Moonbria in lego. A limited run of 21 models only (a nod to the number of units in the building) A great way to own a slice of this iconic landmark. To find out more or place a reservation on one of these unique limited edition models please leave your details below and we'll chat with you shortly with details, specifications & pricing that work for you.
What is it? Unit 17 is a super cosy one bedroom top floor that is currently for lease.
Why we like it. The top floor has a distinct "Art Deco cruise liner" feel with it's slim steel common area support pillars and it's white wood-paneled roof. It's very cool.
Oh and... It's also super quiet, with two big windows opening over the central 'Moonbria' courtyard and the big elm tree. Boutique shops at both ends of the street means when you run out of "Madonna" cheese, and lactose free soy milk its an easy fix. Classic, simple, elegant "Art Deco' living. What's not to love!
MOONBRIA LEASE NEWS
(22nd June 2019)
LEASED in just 5 days!
A highly sought after front of the building studio apartment (unit 10) with full length balcony has just leased at $320 p.w in just 5 days. Of Moonbria's 21 apartments the five units at the front of the building are the most coveted being the only units with their own private balconies. Worth remembering when one next comes up for lease or sale.
'Moonbria's' Current Listings
CURRENTLY FOR LEASE. Unit 17. LEASED (January 2020)
Recently Let. Unit 7. Studio Unit, (23rd August 2019)
CURRENTLY FOR SALE. No Listings.
December 2017 Unit 19. $395k AUD. Studio unit. No Parking. No Garage. No Balcony.
June 2015 Unit 1. $685k AUD. 2 Bedroom. 2 Bathrooms. Lock Up Garage. Courtyard.
January 2014. Unit 2. $520k AUD. 1 Bedroom. Lock Up Garage. Private Balcony Desirable Front of Building location.
AT THE AUCTION
19/68 SOLD. Record Price.
After being passed in at auction a savvy owner occupier picked up this Top Floor Gem. Wonderful outlooks across the central courtyard, and a very kinfolkian refurbishment thanks to its very stylish previous owners.
Roy Grounds at his home 1969
"To shape buildings this is real architecture" -Roy Burman Grounds 1905 - 1981