Perfectly Proportioned, New Look-And-Feel, CBD Backdrop
Last night’s dinner party was a huge hit with your friends – walking through your marble-tiled foyer – jaws dropped! Being on level 8 with the wrap-around CBD vista is clearly impressive.
Living in a vertical village has benefits too. Meet fellow residents at the indoor heated pool for a few laps and a workout in the gym (there’s a sauna as well), then wander down the boardwalk and enjoy a coffee after at Folk Story on Main St.
Apartment 49 Stradbroke Tower boasts an up-to-date makeover for its next occupant – new carpet, fresh paint, on-trend light fittings, all-new kitchen appliances and more; while that view – it never gets tired!
Completed in 1995 to exacting standards, and with exceptional onsite managers to ensure perfect upkeep, Dockside’s Stradbroke Tower continues to set the benchmark for inner-city living.
YOU’LL LOVE . . .
+ Kangaroo Point is one of Brisbane’s pre-eminent locations for downsizers, and is host to an array of amenities, including being walking distance to the planned main stadium for the Olympics!
+ The Green Bridge (only a couple of hundred metres away) is currently under construction and will get you to the CBD in no time at all
+ This floor plan is very functional, and makes the most of the apartment’s position in the building, with the wrap-around balcony for pre-dinner drinks
+ Downsizers might like to turn bedroom two into a media room – it has the perfect aspect for this so take advantage!
+ Marble kitchen and bathrooms, tonnes of built-ins and the walk-in robe to your main bedroom has plenty of space for your shoe collection
+ Stradbroke has three lifts which means you’ll never have to wait too long to get where you’re going
+ Privacy from the four neighbours on your level is assured (most floors have 5 apartments)
+ Security guards patrol between 6pm and 6am every evening, 7 nights a week
+ Plenty of things to do when the grandkids come to visit – scooter on the quiet boardwalk, a dip in the indoor pool and a walk to Captain Burke Park to play on the swings and rest under the shady trees
+ Sixteen visitors car spaces (visitors can park for 6 hours) and two car wash bays
INSIDER’S SECRET . . .
+ There’s a Woolies in development stages on the vacant block on Deakin Street which will be so handy
PS: Sunday breakfast with croissants from Christian Jacques (opposite the Story Bridge Hotel) might be your favourite time of the week . . . yes they open on a Sunday!