A boutique townhouse development on the former Hawkins Garden Centre at Albany Creek in Brisbane’s north has launched.
Preston Point, named as part of a competition involved Albany Creek State High School, is a $37 million estate consisting of 74 townhouses and resort-style recreation space on a 3.2 hectare parcel.
“This will be a truly ‘green’ community on the banks of Albany Creek, with just two-thirds of the 3.2 hectare site being developed to provide for extensive private green open space and retention of stately 100-year-old fig trees,” said Unison Projects’ Matt O’Driscoll.
“This is a rare blend of urban living and green space, just 14 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD and convenient to many local amenities and substantial infrastructure,” said Mr O’Driscoll.
The residences, located at 623 Albany Creek Road, Albany Creek, will feature a 16-metre residents’ swimming pool with deck, BBQ area, fire pit, bocce court, communal vegetable garden and large lawn area.
“With 18 varieties of terrace designs and numerous facades to choose from, there’s a stunning new home to suit all tastes,” said Mr O’Driscoll.
“Terrace layouts include two-, three- and four-bedroom designs, all featuring 2.5 bathrooms and two-car garage. Some four-bedroom options also feature a ground floor master bedroom with ensuite,” he said.