Why young families and downsizers are drawn to Sekisui’s home-sized West Village residences

There’s a certain magnetic vibrancy at Sekisui House Australia’s multi award-winning West End community, West Village.

The $1.2 billion community, which is heading towards its final stages having kicked off way back in 2016, is well and truly thriving, with most of the retail precinct completed, packed full of specialty retailers, fresh food grocers, cafes, and restaurants.

Community events are taking place in the numerous communal spaces, everything from Creative Kids to Metro Arts performances. A day spa, Soak Bathhouse, opened on the site a few months ago, and Ippin Japanese, a fine dining restaurant, will open its doors in April.

The Allere Collection, West Village
Mollison Street, West End QLD 4101

A number of residents have already moved in to their apartments, which were built in the earlier stages of the redevelopment of the landmark Peter’s Ice Cream Factory site.

Time is fast running out to secure an apartment in the sought-after precinct, with the penultimate residential phase, The Allere Collection, now 75 per cent sold.

Two towers, Uno and Duo, make up The Allere Collection. They both kicked off construction in November and are expected to be finished by late 2024.

One of the five-bedroom penthouses made headlines earlier this year when it sold for $7,016,000, a record for West End.

The penthouse, one of four planned for the Allere Collection, features a huge entertainer’s kitchen with Carrara stone and a butler’s pantry, kitted out with either premium Miele or V-Zug appliances. The penthouse neighbour is for sale for just under $7 million.

The configurations and design of The Allere Collection lends itself to the family buyer, either young growing families, or multi-generational families. Empty nesters and grandparents are also finding the residences cater for what they require, given the extensive family friendly precinct and amenity on their doorstep.

The three-bed flex residences, which have two full bedrooms and a multi-purpose room, have an internal living space of 100 sqm, is attracting both growing families and the downsizer, given the limited opportunity for new, three-bedroom residences in the area.

It’s the same case for the limited selection of four-bedroom residences. According to property data firm CoreLogic, there’s only a handful of four-bedroom apartments in the whole of South Brisbane.

To cater for the family buyer, The Allere Collection offers a vertical community lifestyle with shared access to two rooftop pools, exclusive to just the residents of Uno and Duo. The building is also pet friendly. The Paw Pavilion, an off-leash grassed area, crowns the Uno building. There’s also a dog grooming room on the lower floor of Duo.

The Allere Collection, West Village
Mollison Street, West End QLD 4101

There’s only a few one and two-bedroom apartments left, after they were snapped up within weeks of launching.

The one-bedders, which span a generous 62 sqm of internal space and a further 12 sqm of balcony, start from $505,000*. The two-beds, with 85 sqm internal and 12 sqm external, start from $825,000*. Limited three bedroom residences with 135 sqm internal and 14sqm are available from $1,950,000*, and incredibly spacious 4 bedroom residences with 194 sqm internal and 28 sqm external are selling from $3,316,499*.

Since kicking off the development seven years ago, West Village has won more than 50 awards, the most recent being the internationally renowned 2022 ULI APAC Award for Excellence.

Last October, Sekisui House Australia submitted plans for the eighth and final residential offering in West Village. Dubbed Callista on Park, the residences will have just 74 apartments, with the majority being three and four-bedroom configurations, with a small handful of spectacular penthouses.

Article source: www.urban.com.au

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