This highly desirable corner apartment, in the preeminent high rise “Beaumont” complex, is brilliantly orchestrated to take in dramatic 270° views that stretch as far as the eye can see across the Brisbane River from Dutton Park to Mt Coot-tha.
One of the most notable features of the apartment is the vast, 28m2 covered wrap-around terrace; whether it’s your first tea or coffee of the morning, or a cheeky nightcap before bed, you’ll be sitting out there every chance you get to admire the stunning vistas and the ever-changing riverside activity happening morning, noon and night.
Located on the seventh floor, at the rear of the building, this lofty oasis is as private as it comes. Perfectly sited, and showcasing a single level layout, every room is oriented toward the spectacular view maximising illuminating light and cooling summer breezes.
Freshly painted, and with new carpet, the apartment’s open plan layout allows for a seamless flow between the combined living/dining space and the galley kitchen. The kitchen is a practical space and a joy to work in comprising tiled flooring, a Simpson wall oven, electric cooktop, Electrolux dishwasher and a double sink plus a separate discreet laundry room.
The large bathroom is complete with a standalone bath, shower enclosure and a double vanity and services the two generous air-conditioned built in bedrooms. Both bed rooms are air conditioned, have full river views and open up to the terrace, providing each room with the ultimate retreat.
Other features include split system air-conditioning, a large storage/linen closet, Crimsafe screening, NBN, secure intercom entry, and a double basement car space. Additionally, the complex offers residents resort amenities that include landscaped gardens, a sparkling turquoise, in-ground pool and a sauna.
LOCATION: Beaumont is ideally located less than 2kms from the CBD close to West End’s cosmopolitan restaurants and cafes with transport on your doorstep. Within the Brisbane State High Catchment, boasting some of Brisbane’s most reputable schools, it is also close to the University of Queensland. South Bank Parklands, South Brisbane’s cultural precinct including GOMA, the Queensland Museum, and QPAC are all within walking distance.