Look north and go forth

The Courier-Mail - Property - - MARKETPLACE - Stephen Nadin

WITH im­pres­sive views over The Parklands, South Bank, and across the Bris­bane River to the CBD sky­line, this 1992-built apart­ment has a 183sq m floor­plan and three bal­conies.

The main cov­ered bal­cony, with a north­ern as­pect, is large and presents plenty of space for a cou­ple of ta­ble set­tings ac­com­pa­nied by four chairs with views to the river, city and parklands.

Slid­ing glass doors lead from the bal­cony to the main be­d­room which in­cludes a walk-in wardrobe and en­suite with tiled floor, twin van­i­ties, corner spa bath, sep­a­rate shower, large mir­rors, stor­age space, and floor-to-ceil­ing tiles.

More slid­ing glass doors also open from the bal­cony and into the open­plan liv­ing, din­ing and kitchen area.

The liv­ing and din­ing area has car­pet with a tiled floor in the kitchen, which boasts a break­fast bar, stain­less steel ap­pli­ances, lots of cup­board and bench space, and ac­cess to the sec­ond bal­cony.

Ad­ja­cent is a laun­dry with the nearby main door en­try flow­ing into the open-plan space.

To the left of the en­try are two fur­ther bed­rooms, both with built-in wardrobes, car­pet, and slid­ing glass doors which lead to a shared third bal­cony.

These two bed­rooms are ser­viced by an ad­ja­cent bathroom with sep­a­rate bath­tub and shower.

Other fea­tures in­clude ducted air­con­di­tion­ing, dou­ble garage and stor­age space.

Fa­cil­i­ties for com­plex res­i­dents in­clude in­ground pool, spa, gym­na­sium and en­ter­tain­ment room.

The Parklands at South Bank ex­tend for 17 hectares and within walk­ing dis­tance is the South Bank cul­tural cen­tre of mu­se­ums, gal­leries and the­atres.

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