4/3 Morris Street
highgate hill QLD 4101

New Townhomes - Low Density Development - Rarely Available

3 2 2

We proudly present a boutique collection of 7 architecturally stunning three & four bedroom residences, positioned in highly sought after Highgate Hill and within the Brisbane State High catchment.

Completion scheduled for late 2021, currently with a display residence soon to be open for inspection.

Low maintenance living with all of the space of a house, this home provides all the plus side to living in the inner city whilst still feeling nestled in a low-density suburb. This home includes city views from the lounge and master bedroom, substantial built-in storage, and a double lock up garage.

- 3 bedrooms, stand-alone townhouse ( Unit 4) - 4 bedroom/ 4 bathroom options available

- Excellent separation of bedrooms

- Modern kitchen, which includes stone benchtops and locally-made Tisira appliances

- Split system air conditioning

- Tiled living areas and hardwood stairs

- Floor to ceiling tiles in bathrooms

- Low body corporate fees

- Built in wardrobes to all bedrooms

Only a short walk to local shops and transport this property is ideal for professionals who work in the city and for those people downsizing. Scheduled completion in late 2021.

Body corporate fees from $3432 per year.

Property Details

Property Type - Apartment

Floor Area - 242m2

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Contact Details

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