For the first time in Australia, internationally awarded architecture firm Fearon Hay, in collaboration with Jacmax and Eckersley Garden Architecture are inviting you to live amongst Brighton’s most iconic landmarks.

Befitting Brighton’s architectural legacy, Lindsay comprises 11 exclusive, light filled residences over three commanding stories, including two striking penthouses, private terraces and gardens.

Prestigiously placed a stone’s throw away from Church Street and the transformative lifestyle of Brighton Beach, Lindsay is at the heart of Brighton living.

BUILT FOR THOSE NOT WILLING
TO COMPROMISE ON SPACE,
LIGHT OR LUXURY.

BUILT FOR THOSE NOT WILLING TO COMPROMISE ON SPACE, LIGHT OR LUXURY.

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Landscaping

Eckersley Garden Architecture offers a revitalised approach to landscape design. Established by Rick Eckersley, the practice offers a wealth of knowledge in aesthetic and practical form. Combining a unique understanding of how space and facility work together to create lifestyle and amenity with a collaborative approach to commissions, Eckersley is known for inspired gardens that transform the urban environment.

Eckersley Garden Architecture’s client base is as varied as their garden designs, ranging from small residential through to commercial multi-residential and country retreats.

Position

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Brighton is one of Melbourne’s most sought-after suburbs and has long been considered one of its most beautiful, with its tree-lined streets and picture-perfect beach. Boasting both bayside appeal and a ‘village’ atmosphere, it offers the best of inner-city living.

Just 11 kilometres from the city and a stone’s throw away from Church Street’s boutiques and restaurants, Lindsay is ideally situated. Many local institutions such as ‘The Pantry’ and ‘Half Moon’ are accessible by foot, and Middle Brighton Station is mere metres away. Residents also enjoy proximity to the beach and its famous multicoloured bathing boxes as well as local parks.

Developed by JacMax

Architecture by Fearon Hay

Landscape Architecture by Eckersley