Di Carlo Property Group is bringing new dimensions to inner-city living with its $50 million TriBeCa Terraces development in Bulimba.
Eager to push the boundaries of the traditional inner-city squeeze, the Brisbane developer tasked its design team with blending functional living spaces with the look and feel of a spacious, luxurious home.
TriBeCa Terraces hits the brief with its freehold-titled, two and three-level homes offering large living and kitchen areas, multiple balconies, generous third bedrooms, ground-floor courtyards, double garages, extensive landscaping and recreation areas.
Group director Joshua Di Carlo said while living close to the city often meant compromising on space, TriBeCa Terraces offered expansive living areas, privacy and beautiful views on the doorstep of the CBD.
“Generous and flexible living and kitchen areas allow more options for seating and storage, while the seamless transition from dining area to balcony affords additional entertainment and living space that suits the Queensland climate,” he said.
There is deliberate focus on high-quality and minimal maintenance finishes such as premium quartz stone benchtops with easy- wipe surfaces, marble splashbacks, concealed-cistern toilets, hardwood American oak floorboards, and fully co-ordinated architectural door handles and tapware.
Luxurious touches using timber-look cabinetry are featured throughout the interiors. Buyers also have a choice of dark or light finish schemes. There are Miele appliances, and ceilings soar up to 3m with detailed square-set plasterwork highlighting main living and relaxation areas. Internal staircases have timber treads and risers with timber-look screening to open living areas. There is storage space under the stairs in most homes. Terrace homes have either two or three bathrooms with some featuring extra-large powder rooms.
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03 Jun 2017