Highett Common has been masterplanned to bring nature and refined living to the heart of Highett. The 9.3 hectare precinct features diverse, architecturally designed homes, oriented to take advantage of leafy views across a new conservation reserve and parkland. Bordered by expansive parkland and connected by wide, treelined corridors and boulevards, Highett Common nurtures a rare synergy of natural landscapes and built environments.
Within Highett Common, each neighbourhood has its own character and residential landscape, created through streetscapes, green amenities and distinct built
forms. The precinct design makes walking a pleasure.
Pockets of residential neighbourhoods are nestled between the Conservation Reserve at Southern Common and the playground and library of Northern Common. Tree-lined boulevards provide access for cars while The Mews connects pedestrians and cyclists to their homes and the parks, gardens and community amenity of Highett Common. You’ll step out for some fresh air, stop for a neighbourly chat, meander through parkland on the way to the library or stroll to a new class or local event at the community hub.