601/21 Pixley Street Kangaroo Point
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568m2 of Inner City Sub Penthouse Sanctuary.
Exquisitely designed by architect Margaret Ward this stunning apartment is located in one of Kangaroo Point's most prominent riverside developments. Positioned to capture spectacular City and River views, it will impress the most discerning purchaser.
No expense has been spared in the recent renovations of this apartment. Quality finishes have been incorporated throughout including New Guinea rosewood walls and Travertine tiles. Sweeping open plan spaces flow seamlessly together and present informal and formal living spaces, surrounded by cascading glass doors, merging the stylish interiors with the 240m2 entertaining balcony to take full advantage of the coveted riverfront position.
The impressive kitchen is adorned with warm hues, stone bench tops, quality stainless steel appliances and an extensive array of storage and preparation space. Perfectly positioned, this amazing space opens onto the enclosed balcony ensuring an ideal layout for entertaining, and everyday living.
Boasting an extensive and sizeable floor plan spread over 568m2 on the entire sub penthouse level, this luxury residence will cater to those with the most fastidious tastes, four oversized bedrooms are serviced by three luxury bathrooms each uniquely designed with a high end finish including the double vanity ensuite to the stunning master retreat.
With two dedicated home offices, a cellar/ wine room, ducted air-conditioning throughout, secure four car lock up garage, and private speedy lift access - an exclusive feature reserved for just a few apartments in the building.
Close to Brisbane's finest dining and entertainment options, parks, jogging and cycling track, CityCat at your doorstep and just a short walk to Southbank, this is an ideal lifestyle for the whole family!
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