Last chance for million dollar views at Kangaroo Point

Positioned on top of the cliffs at Kangaroo Point with elevations to capture the panoramic views of the city, river and botanical gardens of Brisbane, Banyan Tree Residences offers a luxury lifestyle that’s unlikely to be repeated in Brisbane. But time is running out for buyers, with the most popular floor plans and configurations selling out now. With only a few (quite literally… only one or two) apartments left offering ideal aspects and large floor plans, now’s the time to lock in your future home before it’s too late. With majestic Mount Coot-tha  in the distance, these vibrant abodes will have you embracing the lifestyle & location you deserve. Perfect for downsizers who want to lockup and leave or inner-city professionals who dream of being close to the centre of the action, Banyan Tree has an apartment to suit everyone.

There is only two apartments remaining for the ideal three-bedroom floor plan, JIQING, with one on Level 6 for $2.825 million and one on Level 8 for $2.995 million. Both of these final apartments are sensational, with a lot of notable points of difference including a 25-metre wide frontage with 270-degree views over the River City and Botanical Garden. The N/E and N/W facing aspects will allow the lucky buyers of the final apartments to enjoy the beautiful sunrises and sunsets that make Brisbane truly magic. The two remaining JIQING apartments both feature 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3 car spaces, plus study and media room, as well as the opportunity for a beautiful art gallery on the panels from the entryway to the lounge room.

The JIQING floor plans aren’t the only ones with only a limited number of apartments remaining, with only one single Joie De Vivre apartment, and the lucky last two Cai apartments also selling now. Both of these floor plans have three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a study, with views from every bedroom and the living room. Ideal for local buyers there is also a single Chi-Lin 5 apartment selling for $1.215 million, with two bedrooms, a large balcony and over 128m² of enviable living space. Check out the floor plans below for the lucky last of the most-popular apartments.

Banyan Tree Residences floor plan Joie De Vivre
Banyan Tree Residences floor plan Jiqing
Banyan Tree Residences floor plan Chi Lin 5
Banyan Tree Residences floor plan Cai

Brought to Brisbane by international hotel and property development group, Banyan Tree has luxury locked down. With hotels and spas located all around the world including China, the Maldives and Thailand, they know a thing or two about creating an experience. The Kangaroo Point Cliff project, Banyan Tree Residence, is no different. As the first development by the group in Australia, local buyers are jumping at the chance to be a part of the luxurious lifestyle on offer. Residents at Banyan Tree will have access to a 24-hour onsite concierge, the dreamy Banyan Tree Spa and Gallery, a providore-style food offering on the ground floor as well as rooftop gardens and the large infinity pool with some of the best views in all of Brisbane. As well as these onsite inclusions, buyers at Banyan Tree also receive membership to the Banyan Tree Sanctuary Club, one weeks free stay in selected Banyan Tree resorts for 5 years (Yes… a free holiday. You did read that right), access to the Banyan Tree Private Collection, an exclusive destination club with a portfolio of villas in stunning locations like Tuscany and Provence, as well as complimentary monthly spa treatments for 2 years.

The apartments themselves offer easy living, large outdoor covered entertaining areas where you will be able to sit down and soak in the magic views and lights. Every apartment at Banyan Tree is larger than average, with open-plan living areas, extra high 2.8 metre ceilings, stone benchtops and European appliances throughout. Featuring some of the top interior design trends of this year, like retractable bi-fold doors, large statement baths and the visual appeal of curved walls, the Banyan Tree apartments provide luxury living at its most comfortable.

Written: 5 July 2019

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