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Devcorp’s new luxury development is drawing buyers to Brisbane city

first_img Inside the spacious kitchen and living areas at Lume Kangaroo Point.Ms Anstey said she was thrilled to see the vision come to life.“Our vision for Lume was to forge a particular lifestyle for our residents that encompasses all of the luxuries of absolute city living,” Ms Anstey said.“We wanted to redefine residential development for southeast Queensland”.Lume is positioned on the corner of Shafston Ave and Main St in the iconic riverside suburb which will soon have the added benefit of a direct pedestrian access to Brisbane City via a new footbridge. The remaining one, two and three bedroom apartments are available with a variety of floor plans and priced from $450,000 to $1,695,000. Enjoy the views of Brisbane City from Lume Kangaroo Point.The project ticked all of the boxes for buyers Greg and Jo-Anne Clarke who sold their property in northern NSW to re-embrace a cosmopolitan lifestyle.“We were looking for a prestigious inner-city apartment in Brisbane to relocate from our Bangalow property and immediately fell in love with Lume,” Mr Clarke said. Won over by the quality of build and meticulous design, the couple were quick to secure a secondary apartment as an investment.“Devcorp’s attention to detail was so impressive, we looked at the plans in the morning and signed up for two apartments by the afternoon,” he said.The Clarkes bought a three-bedroom terraced apartment that features 150sq m of outdoor entertaining space.The couple are among several rural and coastal owner-occupiers who have purchased in Lume with a “city luxe’’ upgrade in mind. Attracted to the resort-style amenities, buyers are swarming to Brisbane’s city fringes, switching acreage for accessibility. Lume Kangaroo Point.A wave of rural and coastal owner-occupiers is snapping up apartments at Kangaroo Point’s newest “crown jewel’’ Lume.Drawing buyers backs to Brisbane city living, developer Devcorp’s luxury residential development features 2.7m high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass and floorplans that create a seamless flow from indoor to outdoor. center_img Lume Kangaroo Point has been developed by Devcorp.Currently 76 apartments have sold from a total of 115.Devcorp’s sales manager Brittany said managing director Murray Thornton made a decision mid build to amalgamate a series of units, identifying a gap in the market for downsizers who did not necessarily require three bedrooms but found the living spaces in most two bedroom apartments were significantly condensed. “With this in mind, he amalgamated two one-bedroom apartments that look over toward New Farm, still with city views,’’ she said.“This has allowed for the inclusion of little luxuries such as a butler’s pantry in the kitchen, large study, cross ventilation with two balconies as well as master and guest bedrooms on complete opposite sides of the apartment to allow for optimal privacy.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours ago“It has also created extremely generous dining and living spaces – ideal for the empty nesters who love to entertain.’’last_img

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