Boutique property developer Mosaic has taken an uncompromising approach to crafting an exclusive $18 million collection of luxury residences in the leafy and prestigious surrounds of Taringa.
Set on an elevated north-east-facing site overlooking the city skyline, Amparo by Mosaic is poised to deliver 16 stunning apartments in one of Brisbane’s most sought-after suburbs.
Purposely designed to capitalise on uninterrupted views and to capture natural breezes, the project is taking luxury lifestyle to a new level with Mosaic unveiling some of the most alluring living spaces ever offered in the inner west.
The apartments, which are priced from $983,000, have generous open-plan designs enhanced by high ceilings and incorporating premium fixtures and finishes.
Oversized balconies blend with spacious interiors to create expansive living areas, while innovative design elements enhance privacy.
“We’ve designed what we believe will be a benchmark project for this exclusive part of Brisbane,” said Mosaic’s Managing Director Brook Monahan.
“It’s an incredible location that offers the best of Brisbane lifestyle with breath-taking views of the city, combined with designs that maximise living space.
“We haven’t compromised on anything; we are bringing something special to the market through a strong focus on impeccable design and sophistication.”
Mr Monahan said Amparo will be built in a protected corridor at an elevated position, which will ensure residents are never built out of their city or suburban views, offering maximised growth potential.
“Because of this we anticipate Amparo will primarily comprise owner occupiers, particularly local downsizers who love the area and want to free up funds for retirement, without compromising quality and lifestyle.
“Since 2000, Swann Road has only had 2.3 new apartments on the market each year, with those apartments averaging $1.7 million each. So quite clearly the area is tightly held and there are limited opportunities for functional apartment living along the prestigious strip,” Mr Monahan said.
“Apartments at Amparo average $1.2 million, presenting a fantastic opportunity for buyers at this level of finish and design.
Employing timeless architectural elements, Amparo by Mosaic adds a new twist of style to Taringa with its spacious, light-filled apartments and carefully selected designer fixtures.
Penthouse apartments are pavilion-inspired, boasting a stylish and functional thin-profile floating roof form with large overhangs to provide extended shade.
The top-floor apartments are defined by floor-to-ceiling glazing to capture the best of the site’s northern aspect.
Stunning vistas are available to all residents with a rooftop communal area positioned to capture the leafy suburban aspect and mountain views.
A combination of stacking glass doors and fold-back doors facilitates a seamless connection between the large balconies and spacious interiors, enhancing indoor-outdoor entertaining across all apartments.
Foodies will also be inspired by the artisan kitchen complete with European appliances and stone benchtops.
Bedrooms are spacious yet intimate, each with large windows and doors to maximise natural light and ventilation.
Opulent designer bathrooms have semi-frameless shower screens and feature concealed cistern toilets and floor-to-ceiling ceramic tiles.
Amparo by Mosaic’s floorplans comprise two and three-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 150sqm to 243sqm.
All apartments offer a minimum two-car accommodation in a secure basement carpark. All have video security and intercom for visitors.
As with all Mosaic projects, there is a strong emphasis on sustainability through eco-friendly design elements that reduce the project’s carbon footprint. This is enhanced by a design that reduces west-facing balconies.
Amparo by Mosaic, located at 71 Swann Road in Taringa, is just a short walk from Indooroopilly Central Shopping Centre, the Taringa railway station and private schools.
The sought-after suburb is close to restaurants, parks and some of Brisbane’s best shopping destinations.
Construction of Amparo by Mosaic, which has secured development approval, is expected to begin in early 2019.