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Dwell Newstead allows buyers to customise apartments, like Nelson Duan’s.

Home buyers at Dwell Newstead are finalising their wish lists with the ability to customise their own apartments.

The “create your own” feature is one of Dwell’s main points of difference, along with expansive podium green space and city views.

Currently under construction, buyers can customise floor plans.

Dibcorp managing director Franco Di Bartolomeo said it was not the typical customisation level you might find in any other development.

“We meet with the client to finalise their wish list and within days our in-house team can produce a new architectural internal design that incorporates all the buyer’s needs”, Mr Di Bartolomeo said.

Buyer Nelson Duan liked the idea of joining two apartments on consecutive levels by adding an internal staircase and he met Enclave Property Group principal Sharon Campbell to discuss his options.

Dwell Newstead allows buyers to customise apartments, like Nelson Duan’s.

Creating a unique 224sq m two-level skyhome on levels 9 and 10, complete with three secured car parks and extra storage was his dream home.

“After being in the market looking for a place to call home for nearly two years, finding a development with such a high level of customisation and right in the heart of Newstead was exactly what I wanted,” Mr Duan said.

“Since I travel a lot for business I needed a low-maintenance home that I could lock and leave, without compromising on size, amenities or lifestyle.”

His wish list included a clear division of private and social spaces, a master retreat with walk-in robe and ensuite, a generously proportioned scullery, a media room, and it had to be dog-friendly for his french bulldog, Zegna.

“Thanks to Dwell’s flexibility, I was able to incorporate a 6m void, adding an entrance with a huge wow factor, a unique personality to my home, as well as plenty of natural light and a glass facade that frames stunning city views,” Mr Duan said.

“I really like the idea of having the second floor working as a private retreat, with its own entrance, secluded from the social areas.”

Three, four and five-bedroom skyhomes and penthouses at Dwell Newstead are selling from $925,000.

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