This expansive and custom designed residence showcases an open-plan layout, blending seamlessly with an opulent design and luxury finishes. A generous entertainers balcony embraces panoramic north-easterly views from every room which include South Bank, Brisbane’s unique skyline and the new Queens Wharf precinct taking centre position.

The interiors have been meticulously designed in a soothing dark palette of luxury finishes creating a moody ambiance. These are complemented by bespoke oak flooring, and black-lined feature walls to the dining room, powder room and master bedroom. The generous 2.7 metre-high ceilings throughout the apartment enhance a calming environment to relax and rejuvenate, whilst appreciating the location and lifestyle.

A gourmet chef inspired kitchen confidently ignores all of the unnecessary conventions you’d usually expect, with integrated appliances; 70-millimeter waterfall marble bench tops and discrete cabinetry allowing the kitchen to visually blend within the greater context of the apartment.

Most of all, this family-sized apartment is a short walk from a plethora of sought after educational facilities, including Brisbane State High, Somerville House and St Laurence’s College. Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is just a short walk across the Goodwill Bridge linking South Bank directly with the Botanical Gardens.

For the health conscious, come home to the mezzanine level health and wellness centre or simply enjoy the residents lounge, private dining and entertaining options. These can be located both on the mezzanine level and rooftop next to what is surely one of Brisbane’s most stunning rooftop pools for your convenience.

The property includes never-to-be-built-out vistas, capturing 280-degree views of arguably every Brisbane icon worth admiring; the CBD skyline, the Story Bridge, the Brisbane River, Mt Cootha and the surrounding tree-lined suburbs.

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