25 Florence Street Teneriffe

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'Penthouse Collection'... Exclusive Teneriffe Boutique Living

SALES DISPLAY 10/30 FLORENCE STREET, TENERIFFE

A boutique development of exceptional construction, architecturally designed “Brick Lane on Florence” offers an exclusive opportunity to secure a spacious corner residence in a quiet block of sixteen apartments. Presenting a new benchmark in residential living, the attention to planning and design in each apartment has been carried through down to the finer details.

Situated in one of Brisbane's premier lifestyle addresses, Teneriffe, Brick Lane on Florence occupies a position within the Woolstore precinct. Surrounded by historical brickwork character, tree lined streets, riverwalks and charming boutiques, this celebrated suburb ticks all the boxes for relaxed, inner city living.

Riverside living at its best, each development is open plan and filled with natural light, breezes and a seamless connection between internal and external spaces. Designed to the highest of specifications, each residence features luxurious materials with an opulent and warm tone. Buyers have the ability to choose from two colour schemes and upgrade their finishes and fixtures to suit their lifestyle. Every apartment is equipped with stone benchtops and splashback, Miele appliances, timber floorboards through the living spaces and 2 Pac kitchen cabinetry.

Only four residences in the penthouse collection remain available, and with such limited opportunities for future development, this will be one of the last remaining chances to become a Teneriffe local.

Teneriffe is an exclusive riverside suburb less than two kilometres from the Brisbane CBD.

Property ID: 3096123

Judy Goodger

0438 767 377

Simon Caulfield

0437 935 912

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Judy Goodger Prestige

5/572 Brunswick Street

New Farm 4005

T 0438 767 377

F 07 3107 5151

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