BRISBANE's luxury home retrieves big bangs despite concerns Interior apartments are dull due to overuse.
Some $ 15 million. Prestige apartments have changed in the last month of the CBD and surrounding suburbs Kangaroo Point, Toowong and New Farm.
An industrial chic penthouse in Newstead designed by award-winning architect Justin O'Neill has just been intercepted after more than 100 inspections.
The apartment at 5a / 5 Kyabra Street spans an enormous 478 sqm, with four bedrooms and three and a half bathroom.
It is one of only two homes in the building that was completed in 2015.
Brandon Wortley from Ray White New Farm negotiated the sale, but the price has not been published.
Wortley and Brett Greensill from LJ Hooker New Farm has just kicked off April with the sale of a thr ee level penthouse on 10/461 Adelaide Street, which attracted more than 80 inspections.
The apartment in & # 39; The Hudson & # 39; "Requested a Long Patient Campaign" according to Mr. Greensill, who was indicative of the prestigious interior of Brisbane
The selling price has not been published, but Mr. Greensill said it sold to North for $ 2 million to a local buyer.
] Across the river in Kangaroo Point, a nine-storey two-bedroom two-bedroom apartment in the sought after Castlebar Cove complex has sold for 1.9 million. $.
The property of 17E / 39 Castlebar Street is considered to be a penthouse and has polished marble throughout and has been freshly painted.
It offers 180 degree views of the River T o The Story Bridge and Mowbray Reach, which can not be expanded.
There is also a media room with balcony access, a home office, a powder room and a car with three cars.
Simon Caulfield of Place – Kangaroo Point negotiated the sale.
Also in Kangaroo Point has a three-bedroom, three-bathroom sub-penthouse spanning over 261 sqm of living space sold to $ 1.85 million.
The property of the Vantage complex at 118/98 Holman Street offers near 270 degree views through floor to ceiling glass in the city, River and Story Bridge.
Caulfield has also sold two flats outside the plan in a new river complex in Toowong.
] One of the apartments in the Banc development at 527 Coronation Drive sold for $ 2.3 million while the other picked up $ 2.6 million. 1501? (known as brisbane iconic sky palace, over a whole floor at level 15)
And in New Farm, Caulfield has just completed the sale of an apartment on D4 / 55 Oxlade Drive for $ 2,594 million.
All over the country, there were some great apartment sales during the last week when auction activity began to ramp up again after Easter.
Of the 514 apartments that were taken nationwide last week, 70 percent sold according to the CoreLogic real estate database.
But Brisbane is still getting back in the rock of things and registering a preliminary auction success of only 40.8%. Last week.