In today’s exclusive walkthrough tour, we get to see an incredible Brisbane riverfront apartment in a coveted Mirvac development.
Listing agent Brett Greensill showed our Anna around this divine, grand-scale apartment, which showcases the very best of Cutters Landing, and is anticipated to set a new price record within the luxurious development!
Level five of ‘Mitchell’ building presents you with jaw-dropping water views as far as the eye can see.
“You get this commanding view right down the Brisbane River there to the Hamilton Hill – it feels like a broadwater, it’s such wide expansive water,” says Brett.
This ‘two in one’ apartment has an abundance of space with its vast floorplan spanning over almost 300 sqm.
“Because the original buyer joined two apartments together off the plan, we really have a very generous space here,” explains Brett.
Complimenting the apartment perfectly are the flawless interiors, done by one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading furniture and design brands.
“This is one of the last interiors starred by Coco Republic, so this is absolutely perfect, and it fits this apartment so beautifully,” explains Brett.
The glorious home, at 3511/30 Hollins Crescent, is ideally located close to everything one might need, in one of Brisbane’s most sought-after riverfront precincts, Cutters Landing, which is a part of the transformation of the old CSR Refinery industrial site.
“It’s been redeveloped by Mirvac as part of an urban renewal program,” says Brett.
“One of the best parts of this is the location, so we’ve got New Farm’s Powerhouse just down the road, and then just a little bit further on the New Farm Park,” explains Brett.
This trophy apartment would perfectly suit the needs of a downsizer, who is looking to swap their large home into a stunning, low-maintenance apartment, which still has that space and style they are used to.
“But we also find a lot of people upgrading from apartments that are smaller – and there are very few in Brisbane that are this size and in this location,” explains Brett.