Mt Buller s le endary Kooroora re­born KOOROORA was orig­i­nally (from $685,000) and three

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con­structed by Ernest For­ras in 1953 and has since un­der­gone nu­mer­ous ad­di­tions, re­mod­elling and up­grades.

The Grollo fam­ily have owned Kooroora for over 20 years and have been work­ing with the var­i­ous gov­ern­ment in­stru­men­tal­i­ties to de­liver a qual­ity iconic devel­op­ment in the very heart of Mt Buller.

The new Kooroora will com­prise 21 apart­ments, in­clud­ing stu­dios (from $225,000), two bed­rooms bed­rooms (from $995,000).

Im­por­tantly, in­di­vid­ual car parks are also for sale for $92,500.

The devel­op­ment will also in­clude a bou­tique ho­tel site, com­pris­ing some 24 rooms plus a sig­nif­i­cant ground floor re­tail area.

The re­tail area will have prom­i­nent spa­ces avail­able for lease to bou­tique oper­a­tors that will com­ple­ment the Kooroora devel­op­ment.

Kooroora will also in­clude a ho­tel venue and en­ter­tain­ment. The devel­op­ment was de­signed by In­ter­landi Mantesso Ar­chi­tects and will be de­vel­oped by Al­tiset De­vel­op­ments, one of the Grollo Group of com­pa­nies.

The Kooroora project was re­leased to the mar­ket on Thurs­day, July 12, and has al­ready re­ceived over 40 reg­is­tra­tions of in­ter­est, in­clud­ing the re­tail ar­eas.

For more in­for­ma­tion, contact John Cas­tran on 0411 502 424 or Daniela Val­mor­bida on 0412 537 967.

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