Penthouse with four bedrooms hits the market for less than $1M

first_imgRenovare Yeronga’s four-bedroom penthouse has hit the market for less than $1million at 172 venner Rd.A new four-bedroom penthouse at Renovaré Yeronga is on the market for less than $1 million as part of a five-stage project.The penthouse is part of the Arboreti building, which faces Fehlberg Park at Yeronga. Arboreti has 44 apartments ranging from one to four bedrooms, with 85 per cent of buyers being owner-occupiers. MORE QLD REAL ESTATE NEWS First waterfront development in 20 years at Redland Bay Dream homes under $350K Gardner Vaughan Group sales and marketing director Samuel Gardner said the penthouse featured expansive balconies, storage facilities in the basement and generous floor plans.“We have only released this second four-bedroom penthouse to the market in the past two weeks,” Mr Gardner said.“The larger four-bedroom penthouse sold off the plan over 12 months ago.“This penthouse also has 3m high ceilings with acoustic glazed windows and doors and an extensive exterior balcony on the parkland.” Renovare Yeronga’s four-bedroom penthouse has a very spacious interior.Mr Gardner said the suburban penthouse would suit either rightsizers with teenage or primary school-aged children because the facilities catered to any demographic.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours ago“There is a large solar-heated pool, barbecue and recreational areas, community herb and vegetable garden as well as a community hall on the parkside,” Mr Gardner said.“The interior space within the penthouse is very generous with four double-sized bedrooms and large living spaces and ample storage.“This is the only Envirodevelopment in Yeronga and the only low-rise five-stage masterplanned development.”center_img Waterfront site a new record sale The study area inside the spacious penthouse. What a lovely view.He said the pet-friendly low-rise development featured four storeys per building and was only 5km from Brisbane’s CBD.“A big drawcard to the development is the 60 visitor car spaces for residents’ friends and family,” Mr Gardner said.last_img