LIVE LIKE ROYALTY
TAKE THE FIRST SNEAK PEEK INSIDE ‘THE MONARCHS’ AT 443 QUEEN ST. THE SUITES START FROM $2.76 MILLION AND FEATURE STUNNING VIEWS ACROSS THE KINGDOM THAT IS THE BRISBANE CBD.
Buyers can live like royalty, with Brisbane’s new “super homes in the sky” released to the market.
The Monarchs start from $2.76 million, and sit at the top of 443 Queen St, which is being developed by Cbus Property.
Cbus Property CEO Adrian Pozzo said there had been a surge in $2 million-plus luxury apartment sales in Brisbane.
“Economic benefits, record infrastructure, increased interstate migration and downsizers looking for the luxuries of a freestanding home close to the city are key lifestyle factors driving this trend,” Mr Pozzo said.
Just recently, a luxury sky home at The Abian in the Brisbane CBD sold for $4.15 million.
It was purchased by a couple from Wagga Wagga in New South Wales who plan to retire to the city.
Another sky home apartment in the Admiralty precinct recently sold for $2.725 million.
Mr Pozzo expected strong interest in The Monarchs, which he said offered an “exciting new pavilion-style of exclusive living”.
Just 10 The Monarchs super homes will be available for purchase, with each one boasting three or four large bedrooms, 3m-high ceilings and a prime double-corner position with perimeter glazing making each floor plan unique.
Each one also has open plan living spaces, a luxurious kitchen fitted with Gaggenau appliances, large bathrooms with ample storage, a screened drying balcony, hardwood floors and natural stone.
The size of each The Monarchs sky home is “comparable to a freestanding family home” at 193sq m which is 4sq m larger than the average floor size of a new Australian home (houses and apartments), according to a recent CommSec Economic Insights report.
In addition to The Monarchs, 443 Queen St has two penthouses priced at $6.5 million and $7.5 million.
The overall design of 443 Queen St – built exclusively for Brisbane – moves away from a typical “sealed square plan” tower to open up and naturally ventilate every apartment.
Designed by Singapore-based WOHA and Brisbane-based Architectus, the building has been described as an “urban oasis” – it will have sky parks and gardens throughout the tower.
Residents-only amenities include private dining and lounge areas with a fireplace, a MasterChef kitchen, multiple barbecue and outdoor dining areas, a 25m infinity edge pool overlooking the Brisbane River, poolside cabana lounges and sun decks, a relaxation and yoga zone, a gym and outdoor gardens with a walking track.
443 Queen St boasts some of Brisbane’s most spectacular sky homes. The penthouses (top picture) start from $6.5 million and The Monarchs (above) start from $2.76 million. The tower has been designed as an urban oasis with parks and gardens in the tower.