This inner-city apartment has hit the market

first_img2102/132 Alice St, BrisbaneBoth have floor-to-ceiling glass doors to the balcony with its city views, as well as abundant natural light. The main bedroom also has a large ensuite with a separate shower and bathtub, while the smaller bedroom is serviced by a nearby bathroom. Both also contain built-in wardrobes. The apartment also has a laundry, and a double garage. Residents of the Quay West complex have access to a wide range of resort facilities, including a pool area with established gardens, a terrace, a gymnasium, concierge, restaurant and cocktail bar, business amenities and room service.Agent Brandon Wortley said the sub-penthouse apartment was in arguably one of the best locations in Brisbane city. “It would be difficult to find an apartment in the CBD with the same stunning combination of character, proportion and views that are nothing short of spectacular,” he said.“This is your chance to secure premium CBD real estate that will only appreciate in the future.” 2102/132 Alice St, BrisbaneMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago Ideal for outdoor dining and entertainment, this area is tiled and covered and spans the entire width of the apartment.Back inside, the quality kitchen overlooks the living space and features tiled flooring, ample white cabinetry and plenty of benchtop space.The bedrooms sit on opposite sides of the floorplan for space and privacy. 2102/132 Alice St, BrisbaneIN  the Quay West building opposite the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, this two-bedroom apartment offers an inner-city lifestyle close to the CBD’s plethora of cafes, restaurants and shops. Offering 144sq m of space, the residence includes open-plan living areas, while its position high on the 21st floor allows for 180-degree views across the gardens, Brisbane River, Kangaroo Point cliffs and South Bank.The entrance leads into the open-plan living and dining space in the heart of the single-level floorplan, which has a muted decor of carpet flooring and a neutral colour palette. The hub boasts a wall of floor-to-ceiling glass, allowing for impressive city vistas and natural light, as well as sliding glass doors opening to a balcony with glass balustrades.last_img