BOUTIQUE STYLE APPEALS
Downsizers and young professional couples have shown a keen interest in one of Brisbane’s suburban developments at Kenmore.
The final touches are being put on AVJennings’ 32 architect-designed two and three level townhouses, for buyers wanting low maintenance properties close to the river and CBD. Set among 7000sq m of open space and protected bushland, just 9km from the Brisbane CBD, townhouses are priced from $625,000.
AVJennings Queensland sales manager Tony Creighton said buyers had the option to choose from three different floor plans.
“These townhomes are similar in size to a freestanding home, with up to 186sq m of living space including three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a powder room, a double garage plus outdoor areas for entertaining,” he said. “We know most downsizers want to make their move as simple as possible by keeping their furniture and treasured possessions, so we have designed these townhomes with ample living areas and bedrooms to allow for easy storage without cluttering.”
They feature contemporary finishes including glass balustrades, timber decking, stone benchtops, European appliances, ducted air conditioning and bamboo flooring.
There are a limited number of townhomes available that include an additional room, which can be used as an office space for professionals working from home, or an additional bedroom when family come to visit.
Mr Creighton said Kersley Lane appealed to buyers looking to live in a “boutique community” with fewer neighbours.
“AVJennings will rehabilitate this environmental corridor and is looking to establish nesting boxes to encourage more native animals to live here,” he said.
There is an exclusive residents’ barbecue area set in the leafy surrounds of Kersley Lane.
A fully furnished display is now open on Saturday and Sunday, from 10am-3pm.
AV Jennings is putting the finishing touches on its Kersley Lane community in Kenmore.