Mirvac launch Charlton House, the third release in Ascot Green masterplan

Two-bedroom and two-bathroom apartments start from $755,000, while the four premium villas, integrated into the first levels of Charlton House, are a first for the Ascot Green community.

Mirvac launch Charlton House, the third release in Ascot Green masterplan
Perspective of Charlton House from Eagle Farm racecourse. Image supplied

Mirvac has officially launched the latest residential offering at its racecourse-fronting Ascot Green community in Brisbane.

Charlton House, which has been fast tracked due to sales success in the first two stages, Tulloch House and Ascot House, will have over 100 apartments across its 13 levels.

There will be one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments, as well as a a limited collection of three and four-bedroom villas.

Two-bedroom and two-bathroom apartments start from $755,000, while the four premium villas, integrated into the first levels of Charlton House, are a first for the Ascot Green community.

Designed by Mirvac Design, Charlton House also features a rooftop sanctuary, with a private dining room taking in Brisbane city skyline views, lounge areas and extensive subtropical landscaping, along with a gym and resort-style pool on the ground level overlooking the racecourse.

Charlton House is the third building to be released by Mirvac at Ascot Green and is part of Brisbane Racing Club’s $1.2 billion masterplan redevelopment of Eagle Farm, to include apartments, commercial offices, a new shopping and dining precinct and a range of entertainment.

Brisbane City Council approved the development application for the $131 million, 13-level building in late December.

Mirvac General Manager, Residential Queensland, Warwick Bible said the group had worked to bring the apartments to market as soon as possible, with enquiries continuing to race in following the sell-out of its second building, Tulloch House, in July last year.

“There were a number of people who missed out on securing their place in Tulloch House who have been eagerly awaiting this next release and we’ve continued to field new enquiries from those wanting to join the community,” he said.

“Demand for quality apartments in blue-chip Brisbane locations such as this have grown exponentially over the past six months, and we anticipate apartments in Charlton House will sell quickly as a result.”

Bible said about 60 per cent of buyers in the first two stages – Ascot House and Tulloch House – had moved from the directly surrounding suburbs such as Ascot, Hamilton and Clayfield, with Charlton House expected to be no different.

 

Charlton House's design has been guided by the ‘Buildings that Breathe’ vision and Brisbane’s subtropical climate. Its architects describe it as a re-imagining of the classic Queenslander and Ascot aesthetic, with light-filled spaces that can be opened and closed to capture sunshine and breezes.

“The apartments and villas blend timeless refinement, style and sophistication, with lush greenery and a comforting feeling of home, which is a cornerstone of the design,” Bible added.

“More than 50 hectares of green space, including the racecourse, lay at the doorstep, giving residents the feeling they are in their own private sanctuary, while the Brisbane CBD and so many fantastic restaurants, cafes and shops are close by. It is the epitome of the best of both worlds.”

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Alison Warters

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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