It’s not often a development offers something truly unique, but Lasail at Newport does just that.
Traders In Purple CEO Brett Robinson said new luxury apartments with a marina berth at Newport were rare.
“The Redcliffe Peninsula is one of the most idyllic spots in Australia, so these unique waterfront apartments in this beautiful area are very special,” Mr Robinson said.
“The location of Lasail is unrepeatable, with water frontages to the north and east and park frontage to the south, with all apartments having spectacular water views.”
Mr Robinson said the project was designed with local people looking to downsize in mind, and offered low-maintenance luxury homes with marina facilities and resort amenities.
Award-winning RotheLowman architects designed a variety of apartment designed to cater to the local market, Mr Robinson said.
“These include large two-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom apartments, and a range of home-sized three-bedroom apartments with dual living areas, along with pool villas and townhouses.
“All apartments have large balconies for entertaining overlooking the water, which provides direct access to Moreton Bay.”
Lasail is Traders In Purple’s eleventh project on the peninsula.
“Following the completion of Vave at Scarborough and its near sell out, we are excited by the opportunity to continue to deliver high quality waterfront owner-occupier apartments on the Redcliffe Peninsula,” Mr Robinson said.
“With an air of comfortable luxury, each apartment has been thoughtfully designed to be the pinnacle of low-maintenance living, allowing you to spend more time doing the things you love.”
An exclusive recreational area on the podium level forms an integral element of the resort-style living at Lasail.
Facilities include a large swimming pool, poolside lawns and landscaping, garden lounges and courtyards, barbecue facilities and seating for entertaining.
Prices for a two-bedroom waterfront apartment start at $650,000 and three-bedroom waterfront apartments are priced from $820,000.
To find out more, phone Chris King on 0477 432 432 or visit the website
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