Buyers keen on premium living on a budget
More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoThe Alton Edition. Photo: Bobby Rein PhotographyThe development features a pool, barbecue zones, on-site management and a dedicated horticultural team.Azure renter Emily Charlick recently moved into a four-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse and says the design and location were the main motivators for the family.“I love the aesthetics of the Alton Edition – the look and feel of the product is so modern and simplistic, and it really suits our lifestyle … we just love the standard of quality and how well it has been finished,” Ms Charlick said.“The location of the property also drew us to the Azure community as it’s right off the highway and close to a number of public transport options.”The townhouses feature modern open-plan kitchens for entertaining, large windows for capturing natural light, spacious bathrooms complete with modern facilities and private courtyards for residents and their pets.Azure Development group director Trent Keirnan said the Alton Edition had attracted significant interest from locals looking for affordable yet premium living options. “People want contemporary, spacious homes without compromising on location,’’ he said Emily Charlick with Primrose, 3, at Azure Development Group’s Alton Edition. Bobby Rein PhotographyOwner occupiers and renters have shown a keen interest at the Alton Edition, a three-stage development at Richlands.Construction is tracking ahead of schedule at Azure Development Group’s project in Brisbane’s southwest with first-phase residents settling in as stage two is being finalised.Once complete, the development will feature three and four-bedroom townhouses, offering lifestyle conveniences to residents and nearby arterial access to Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan and the Gold Coast.