Royal address by water
ENJOYING a waterfront location overlooking Moreton Bay at Redcliffe is 16 Prince Edward.
The development boasts 10 apartments, two beach houses, two subpenthouses and a penthouse with its own roof terrace and spa.
Apartments are priced from $1 million, beach houses from $1.35 million and sub-penthouses from $1.6 million.
CB Richard Ellis residential projects sales manager Alan Newman said 16 Prince Edward would hit the mark with buyers wanting to combine luxury and relative affordability.
‘‘Beachfront property prices have soared over the past decade and Redcliffe is now one of the most affordable locations for waterfront property along the eastern coastline,’’ he said.
‘‘It is also extremely rare for a luxury beachfront development of this calibre to be offered to the market as a completed product, so buyers can see, feel and touch the project and decide which apartment best suits them before making a purchasing decision.’’
Mr Newman said 16 Prince Edward would suit buyers wanting to live outside the hustle and bustle of the city but within close proximity to Brisbane.
‘‘The opening of the new Ted Smout Memorial Bridge mid last year has made it easier than ever to travel between Redcliffe and Brisbane, with the CBD just a 40-minute drive away and Brisbane Airport only 30 minutes,’’ he said.
‘‘Redcliffe also offers a vast array of shopping, banking and services along with a laid back beachside feel that has made it popular with residents wanting to escape the fast pace of city life.’’
The apartments have three or four spacious bedrooms, water views and feature generous living spaces ranging from 263sq m through to 496sq m including large balconies.
They have an open-plan design and feature quality fittings and finishes such as stainless steel European appliances, CaesarStone benchtops, a wine fridge and ducted airconditioning.
On-site facilities include secure parking, a resort-style pool and a gymnasium.