With construction of Newstead Series, Newstead North rapidly completing, purchasers are getting excited about moving into one of Brisbane’s most popular suburbs.
See what Newstead Series buyer, Gina Adamthwaite had to say in the lastest issue of my Village News and Courier Mail.
First home buyer snaps up Newstead apartment
Corporate psychologist and mining industry executive Gina Adamthwaite has become a first home owner, purchasing a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1-car apartment in Newstead Series, the only new project within the exclusive owner-occupier enclave of Newstead North for over 5 years.
Gina has spent over a decade in the rental market, initially living in the heart of Bondi NSW and more recently along the New Farm, Teneriffe, Newstead peninsula.
“I have been living as a tenant in the area for the past 2 years and watched the Newstead precinct continue to grow and emerge to one of the most exciting and popular suburbs in the country.” says Ms Adamthwaite.
“I chose to finally purchase my own home as not only was it far more financially compelling for me to buy.
”I know that Newstead was the place to do it, and in particular Newstead Series had everything I was looking for in regard to lifestyle, location and surroundings.
“As a first home buyer I will also receive the Home Owner Grant of $20,000 to put toward my purchase.
”I was drawn to Newstead Series for a number of reasons; I liked the idea of living in a boutique development with its own unique design and space, and the apartment sizes are generous with large kitchens, spacious bedrooms and living areas which are flooded with natural light (a must for me), large entertaining decks and the half acre of exclusive resident amentity on the ground floor.”
Newstead Series developer John Livingstone, a local resident, is seeing a multitude of young professionals who work and rent in the CBD and Newstead purchasing in the project.
“What sets the Newstead Series apart from other projects is the unique Newstead North location, our four boutique buildings with over 120 different and generous apartment and townhome configurations, attention to detail through art and architecture, and expansive resident amenities.” said Mr Livingstone.
He added that the fabrication of the bespoke foyer artworks is underway by renowned artist Jason Fitzgerald which will further differentiate the Newstead Series and will create a strong identity for the residents and community pride.
The Newstead Series comprises four boutique buildings – Carlyle, Donaldson, Ajax and Koerstz – which were named after Australia’s famous wool presses.
The buildings are brought together by half an acre of subtropical landscaped gardens and amenities including a 25m pool and spa, sauna, gymnasium, alfresco dining areas, fire pit, outdoor cinema, recreational lawns and exercise spaces.