The Henderson is characterised by a strong, rustic façade of exposed brick, with floor-to-ceiling windows that harness natural light and encourage air circulation. Providing a sublime retreat from urban life, the timber-decked communal rooftop offers stunning, unobstructed neighbourhood views, with wonderful family-friendly facilities, including lush landscaping and a barbeque area.
Private alfresco spaces are generous and beautifully landscaped, with some ground-floor residences enjoying ambient private courtyards. The majority come with secure basement parking and lift access, while abundant bike storage encourages a greener mode of transport in a neighbourhood perfectly suited for cycling.
The Henderson’s unique interiors have a bespoke, handcrafted feel, carefully curated by leading design firm Entrance Hall. Waxed timber floors in a grey tone add a rustic flavour, with 100% wool carpet gracing the bedrooms. Kitchens feature contrasting timber-grain and dark grey cabinetry, complemented by smoked mirror splashbacks and pale engineered stone benchtops.
Bathrooms are dramatic but refined, with black porcelain tiled floors and feature walls, black engineered stone vanity walls and wall-hung sinks for a sleek aesthetic. LED lighting creates a moody effect, with ground-floor apartments featuring wall uplights to highlight unique 3.5m ceilings. Balconies are finished in cobbled tile, while ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning ensures year-round comfort.
The area’s ongoing transformation has given rise to an increasing array of amenities and attractions, many within easy strolling distance. From The Henderson it’s only a 600m walk to Redfern train station, which takes residents to the CBD in just six minutes, or a 1.2km walk to Green Square station.
Currently under development, Sydney Metro City & Southwest upgrades will see the creation of a brand new Sydney Metro station just 200m away. Numerous bus routes are also just moments from the front door, with The University of Sydney and UTS both only a short bus or 20 minute stroll.
Just one block away, Australian Technology Park is a vibrant renewed precinct emerging as one of Australia’s leading smart neighbourhoods and centres of employment. It’s set to house major corporate headquarters, along with colourful attractions such as buzzing laneways with alfresco eateries and event spaces.
Alexandria’s metamorphosis from industrial centre to creative heartland has been impressive, while remaining sympathetic to the close-knit nature of the local community. Buildings have been gradually re-purposed with great care and respect, breathing new life into the industrial landscape and creating a vast collection of eateries, cafés and cultural centres that are now favourites among locals.
The Grounds of Alexandria kicked off the area’s foodie culture, with the beautiful remodelling of a former pie factory into a culinary garden wonderland. Vintage lovers can browse treasures at Mitchell Road Antique & Design Centre or Lunatiques, while designer furniture enthusiasts can explore high-end collections at destinations such as Living Edge and Space.
Local parks provide plenty of green open space where you can relax and unwind, with Vice Chancellor’s Oval just across the road and the picturesque Alexandria Park at the end of the street.
Architectural firm Scott Carver specialises in a broad range of design-based practices for the property industry, from architecture and interiors to large-scale masterplanning, landscape architecture, urban design and planning. They work as a cohesive team and pride themselves on their innovation, successful collaborations and ability to inspire clients with their creativity. Their projects are underpinned by a commitment to excellence and the ongoing pursuit of great architecture and design.
Respected developers Noel Johnson, David Emerson and Alfred Carollo combine their considerable experience and talent to deliver unique residential projects. With diverse backgrounds in disciplines from architecture and town planning to building and construction, the trio brings together the most suitable hand-picked team for their developments, paying close attention to heritage considerations. In bringing to life The Henderson, they have collaborated closely with professionals who understand the unique culture and significance of Alexandria.
Entrance Hall’s experienced, passionate team of interior architects and designers has worked both locally and internationally on a range of exclusive multi-residential and commercial projects. They collaborate closely with leading architects such as Scott Carver, ZTA and AVA and major property groups such as Lend Lease. In addition to The Henderson, notable local projects include Trinity Point, the Robin Hood Hotel and MOJO by restaurateur Luke Mangan. Major international clients include The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Group in Russia and the Middle East, Capella Hotel Group and various private property investment groups in the Middle East.
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