57 Martin Street


57 Martin Street is a collection of six architecturally designed townhouses in the heart of Thornbury. Each townhouse includes three bedrooms, spacious living and dining areas for entertaining, off-street parking, and private gardens by Mud Office. Future focused and carefully crafted, these homes are designed to promote sustainable living.

The architecture is guided by Passive Design principles that offer year-round comfort, while the use of enduring materials, including concrete, terracotta and timber throughout, ensures that the homes will age well across the years. Thoughtful design decisions deliver well-proportioned homes that offer high levels of functionality, comfort and livability.

Interiors provide ample space and light – high ceilings, thermally efficient windows and large glass sliding doors ensure that homes receive natural light throughout the day, while the sliding doors look out onto private landscaped gardens. Designed for Melbourne’s varied climate, the gardens feature a diverse selection of drought-tolerant and robust plants. Each garden is irrigated using recycled rainwater to ensure that the flora thrives throughout the year and across the seasons, requiring minimal maintenance from residents. Private and accommodating, these outdoor settings are ideal for hosting family and friends.


Furniture: Vintage Styling Furniture by CCSS, Styling by Pascale Gomes-McNabb Design. Lighting: Feature Dining Pendant, The Society Inc, Hub General Store. Finishes: Flooring, Exposed Concrete Floor, Flooring Stairs, Tasmanian Oak Solid Timber Flooring, Flooring Bathroom, Porcelain Tile, Artedomus, Flooring Bedrooms, Carpet, EC, Walls and Ceiling, Paint Colour Natural White Paint by Dulux, Sand Cement Bagged and Painted Brickwork, Paint Colour Natural White by Dulux, Timber Lining Boards, Tongue and Groove Boards. Fittings & Fixtures: Bathroom Fixtures, Vivid Slimline Series, Phoenix, Joinery Handles, Auburn Woodturning & Barben Architectural Hardware, Kitchen Appliances, Fisher & Paykel, Integrated Fridge, Electrolux.


Photography: Derek Swalwell