$3.1 million Abian Residences, Brisbane City Sunland-built trophy apartment sale

Ray White secured the $3.1 million Abian Residences trophy apartment sale

$3.1 million Abian Residences, Brisbane City Sunland-built trophy apartment sale
$3.1 million Abian Residences, Brisbane City Sunland-built trophy apartment sale

A 27nd floor apartment in the 2017 Brisbane City complex Abian Residences has been sold for $3.1 million.

The sale by Ray White agent James McKinlay was the three bedroom, two bathroom at 3202/140 Alice Street.

It had previously sold off the plan in 2014 by Sunland at $2,705,000.

It came with floor to ceiling glass showcasing views across the Botanic Gardens and the Brisbane River and beyond to the Kangaroo Point Cliffs.

There was a vast living area is positioned at the centre of the apartment, plus a combined lounge and dining space, sleek kitchen and two separate balconies.

.1 million Abian Residences, Brisbane City Sunland-built trophy apartment sale

Occupying the east wing of the residence, the master bedroom had a luxe ensuite with underfloor heating and electric bidet. 

The other two bedrooms are positioned on the west side, sharing river views.

Abian's facilities including a dual lane 25m lap pool and spa, fully equipped state-of-the-art Technogym, plunge pool, Hammam thermal stone room, sauna, steam room and massage treatment rooms.

Sunland secured its sellout in late 2015 in the 41-storey Abian tower development, located at the entrance to Brisbane’s historic Botanic Gardens.

Abian, which was Brisbane’s first luxury tower project in more than five years, comprises 150 luxury dwellings with an end value of $240 million.

There is a fresh listing of a sub penthouse - 3-bedroom + office - through Veronica Royal featuring 23-metre glass frontage at 2703.

It first traded at $2.69 million off the plan in 2014.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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