Buyers flock to princely site
REDCLIFFE’S luxury oceanfront development, 16 Prince Edward Pde, is proving to be a resounding success.
Agent Grace Tan, from Ray White Project Marketing Queensland, said buyer interest had significantly increased since the beginning of 2012. She has recently sold 11 apartments.
‘‘This development is proving extremely popular with buyers who are very impressed with its generous proportions, superior finishes and inclusions, and the to-die-for ocean views,’’ she said.
With prices starting at $795,000, interest has been strong for the boutique development of 15 apartments with a minimum size of 264sq m.
Availability includes a two-level, 495sq m four-bedroom penthouse with spectacular views to Moreton Island, Glass House Mountains, Bribie Island and the surrounds.
The penthouse is priced at $1.75 million.
Also available are two-level beachfront townhouses with private lifts.
‘‘All apartments come with ducted airconditioning, oversized bedrooms, balconies with water views, ensuites, plus a powder room,’’ Ms Tan said.
‘‘Gourmet kitchens feature ample cupboard space, stone benchtops, an integrated wine fridge plus fittings for an ice-maker fridge.
‘‘The complex offers secure double car parking, an indoor swimming pool, spa, and gym.
‘‘It is within walking distance to the heart of Redcliffe, shops and schools.
‘‘With such phenomenal interest in this stunning oceanfront development, buyers best be quick to secure one of these stunning oceanfront luxury apartments for themselves.
‘‘Life moves at a gentler pace here. Stroll along the beach, go fishing and swimming, or admire the elegant vessels in the marina.’’
The Ted Smout Memorial Bridge unites Redcliffe with Brighton and Sandgate and simplifies
SOURCE: Brisbane Courier Mail