Full-floor apartments in blue-chip suburb a hit with buyers
Imagine waking up to this view.Mr Mullan said each of the five whole floor apartments featured a contemporary mix of premium stone tiles, solid oak timber ﬂooring and select carpet with dual bond underlay.Located within the riverside precinct of Oxlade St, New Farm, Mr Mullan’s latest development seamlessly connects to everything in the sought-after suburb.“We chose the site for 160 Oxlade as it sits at the heart of everything that makes New Farm wonderfully New Farm – the river, the boardwalk to the city and the recently completed Howard Smith Wharves, fine dining, bars and coffee shop,” Mr Mullan said.“This development is perfect for empty nesters who gravitate to the area for all its lifestyle benefits. “There’s big demand as demand is high for units with access to the Brisbane River and city views. We have had very strong demand from empty nesters and downsizers who are most definitely our target demographic.” Country home for under $400K MORE QLD REAL ESTATE NEWS: 160 Oxlade at New Farm.Five luxury whole-floor apartments at New Farm’s Oxlade St have been launched to the market with multimillion-dollar price tags.The latest project, 160 Oxlade, by Brisbane property developer John Mullan, of JG Mullan Constructions, is nothing short of stunning. Record-breaking Brisbane home sells again 160 Oxlade at New Farm is nothing short of stunning.And it’s not the first time Mr Mullan has developed full-floor apartments in the area.On the back of Mr Mullan’s other successful Boardwalk Residences – also in New Farm – 160 Oxlade has been lavishly ﬁnished with the ﬁnest materials from ﬂoor to ceiling.With two top-floor apartments under offer before the project launched, Mr Mullan said buyers expected a very high level of finish. The kitchen area at 160 Oxlade at New Farm. Inside Qld’s mega mansions 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 160 Oxlade at New Farm. Mr Mullan said an old, dilapidated house had been on the site when he bought it.Ray White marketing agents Hamish Bowman and Tom Lyne said early interest was solid for the project, especially as two apartments had sold off-market.“This is exactly what every downsizer is looking for. They want larger floor plates so it’s not cramped and you may never even see your neighbours,” Mr Bowman said.“Over the next seven years, five million Australians are forming part of this downsizer movement — the Baby Boomers are now moving on — and the higher, pointy end are moving into select prestigious positions and projects like 160 Oxlade Drive.”Mr Bowman said because the development did not include communal facilities the body corporate fees were low.He said with early construction, buyers could custom design the interior of their apartments.A display suite is ready to view and interested buyers have the opportunity to meet with the architect John Cunningham, the developer and interior designer on request.