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Just three lux­ury homes will be built in one of Taringa’s most ex­clu­sive lo­ca­tions.

Cap­i­tal­is­ing on sweep­ing city views, the three and four bed­room homes, built over three lev­els, are sit­u­ated in an el­e­vated, north­fac­ing po­si­tion on Eller­slie Cres­cent.

Each boasts city views from two lev­els, and will fea­ture com­mand­ing mas­ter bed­room en­claves, huge de­signer chef’s kitchens, lux­u­ri­ous bath­rooms, spa­cious me­dia rooms, plenty of stor­age, an in-ground pool and an op­tional in­ter­nal lift. The three-home project is a de­par­ture from the usual of­fer­ings by de­vel­oper, Ve­loc­ity Prop­erty Group, which is known for its pent­houses, apart­ments and town homes. Ve­loc­ity Prop­erty Group man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Bren­don Ansell said that the land and its po­si­tion led to the cre­ation of the spec­tac­u­lar homes.

“These three homes have been de­signed as mod­ern clas­sics for grow­ing fam­i­lies or down­siz­ers seek­ing moder­nity, with thought­fully planned spa­ces that are both beau­ti­ful and func­tional to bal­ance the home’s gen­er­ous pro­por­tions with prac­ti­cal liv­ing,” he said.

“We have de­signed lux­ury, bou­tique town homes and apart­ments on the land di­rectly be­hind these homes, which will be re­leased soon, so these three homes rep­re­sent a unique op­por­tu­nity for buy­ers to ex­pe­ri­ence brand new pri­vacy, qual­ity and lux­ury in in­di­vid­u­alti­tle homes only 5km from the Bris­bane CBD.”

The homes, de­signed by HAL Ar­chi­tects, are priced from $1.665m to $1.75m and are sized from ap­prox­i­mately 450sq m to 520sq m.

They are close to a num­ber of river walks, pub­lic trans­port, parks and play­grounds, shops, cafes and din­ing op­tions.

“The homes will be crafted from a beau­ti­ful blend of tra­di­tional Queens­land ma­te­ri­als such as oak floors, spot­ted gum tim­bers on the bal­conies and stone fin­ishes for the kitchens and bath­rooms, bal­anced with mod­ern tex­tures and colour schemes and so­lar power to re­duce en­ergy costs,” he said.

“In ad­di­tion to the de­sign we have cre­ated, buy­ers are able to tai­lor their fix­tures, fin­ishes and even some as­pects of the lay­out to suit their life­style thanks to our in-house in­te­rior de­sign ser­vice.

“They can also ac­cess our cus­tom join­ery pack­age to al­low them to cre­ate a spe­cial place for their fam­ily heir­looms and art­works.”

The new lux­ury homes will be built at 41, 43 and 45 Eller­slie Cres­cent, with con­struc­tion start­ing within days.

The orig­i­nal char­ac­ter home, with wrap­around bal­cony, will be saved, re­lo­cated to an­other part of the site with city views, and put up for sale. Mr Ansell said he was open to ren­o­vat­ing the house for its new owner.

He said the project had not yet been pub­licly launched, but they had al­ready re­ceived plenty of in­ter­est from their ex­ist­ing client data­base.

“I don’t ex­pect them to be on the mar­ket for long,” he said.

Stage two of the de­vel­op­ment will in­volve the con­struc­tion of 23 lux­ury town­homes on the site of about 4200sq m, with those de­signs ex­pected to be launched in Fe­bru­ary.

Three homes to be built by Ve­loc­ity Prop­erty Group in Taringa’s ex­clu­sive Eller­slie Cres­cent will fea­ture de­signer kitchens, lux­u­ri­ous bath­rooms, spa­cious me­dia rooms, plenty of stor­age, an in-ground pool and an op­tional in­ter­nal lift. The orig­i­nal char­ac­ter home (be­low right) will also be pre­served, and re­lo­cated on­site.

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