A Brisbane development has set a new apartment sales record in Spring Hill, with a local family purchasing a penthouse in ORIA for $5.5 million.
ORIA by Keylin will soon rise above its inner-city location at 447 Gregory Terrace, opposite the 65-ha Victoria Park and future Olympic cross-country equestrian and freestyle BMX venues.
The elevated setting of the development and its opulent, Art Deco-inspired design complement the heritage and architecture of Spring Hill, perfected by grand interiors and intricate detailing, from the marble-columned foyer, to accents of marble, brass, timber and fluted glass.
The 400sqm, four-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse is located on Level 14 and features herringbone timber floors, striking ceiling coffer, fireplace, private wine room and bar, feature wall panelling, and custom stone and timber joinery. The apartment also comes with three car parks and secure basement storage.
The master bedroom spans almost one-quarter of the apartment, complete with a custom 18sqm walk-in robe, private reading area, and an oversized ensuite with freestanding bath and stone finishes.
The kitchen boasts a monolithic stone island bench, premium Gaggenau and Liebherr appliances and a butler’s pantry, perfect for the entertainer, while 9-foot ceilings and full height windows frame uninterrupted views towards the Brisbane CBD and Victoria Parklands.
KeylinTM Managing Director, Louis Cheung, said ORIA’s sky home presents a refined fusion of opulent Art Deco design and contemporary comforts.
“ORIA’s design pays homage to Spring Hill’s rich architectural heritage, pairing leading-edge design with a striking and modern Art Deco aesthetic,” Mr Cheung said.
“More than 50% of the residences are oversized three and four-bedroom apartments, which is particularly important given its proximity to Brisbane Boys Grammar, Brisbane Girls Grammar and St Joseph’s College.
“This penthouse is incredibly unique, both in terms of its design and outlook. The interiors feature extraordinary attention to detail and Art Deco influences, from the opulent brass and stone detail in the wine room, to the fluted glass, wall paneling, and stone fireplace.
“It is also the only residence to enjoy direct access to the private resident amenities on Level 14, which include a cinema, business centre, private dining room, outdoor dining and relaxation areas, and extensive tropical landscaping.”
The 25-metre reef-edged pool, located on Level 1, features bold geometries, opulent detail and cool, lush sub-tropical gardens that create an urban sanctuary from busy city life.
The sale was managed by Jeanette Jensen of Ashwin Property.
ORIA’s design is the result of a dynamic collaboration between MAS Architecture Studio, WILD Studio and Jackson Teece that delivers a consistent design language between the architecture, interiors, landscaping and location.
Three four-bedroom sub penthouses will be released to the market soon. Pre-release enquiries are welcome.
Spring Hill is a ‘walk to everywhere’ suburb that has an eclectic mix of heritage architecture and access to unrivalled culture, entertainment and dining precincts including The Tivoli Theatre, King Street dining precinct, and the heritage RNA Showgrounds. It is also situated only moments from St Andrew’s Private Hospital, Brisbane Private Hospital and the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
Launched in October 2021, ORIA is now 80% sold and construction is scheduled to commence in Q1 2022. Settlement is anticipated to occur in 2024.
The ORIA sales display is located at 286 Water Street, Fortitude Valley and is open daily from 11.00am to 3.00pm, or by appointment.