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Neutral Bay Development Selling Fast

Thursday, 29th October 2009

The cosmopolitan lifestyle of Neutral Bay is proving a magnet for buyers, with just 15 of 49 apartments still available in 'Lucca' as it nears completion at 21 Grosvenor Street.

The remaining two and three bedroom apartments are designed to suit couples and families who want spacious living.  The rooms are wide and large, the ceilings are high, the windows expansive, the balconies practical, and the storage space copious.

Already one of the four two-storey penthouses has been purchased by a retired couple in Mosman for $1.65 million.

Each of the remaining apartments at 'Lucca' is orientated to the North to maximise the leafy district views and allow natural light to stream in.

Full-height sliding and stacking glass doors between the living areas and the balcony offer lifestyle options - open them when you want to capture the northern sun and entertain; close them when the sun goes down and you retire inside.

Kitchens have thick Caesar stone bench tops, white gloss polyurethane cupboards, twin sinks, soft-closing drawers, a suite of integrated Miele appliances, and space for a double-door fridge.  These island-style kitchens are positioned to face the living areas to ensure whoever is preparing the meal can enjoy the view and feel part of the action.

Master ensuites have a sumptuous bath surrounded by marble, his-and-her ceramic wash basins, and a luxuriant shower with frameless glass screen - all harmonising with the latest selection of ceramic and vitrified floors and wall tiles.

'Lucca' apartments have been designed with flowing spaces and well defined functional zones to enrich daily life.  Quality touches include recessed halogen lighting, built-in and walk-in robes, 100% wool carpets, digital-control reverse-cycle air-conditioning, broadband internet access, connection to pay television, and an audio and video intercom system.

"These apartments are ideal for people seeking gracious and secure living close to the buzz of restaurants, hotels and entertainment attractions," said the principal of Infinity Property Agents, Michael Kurosawa.

"The interiors epitomise refined elegance, emphasising proportion, space and flow, with an abundance of storage to ensure the transition from a family home is as seamless as possible.  Very few apartment developments on the lower north shore offer such high levels of quality and style."

Remaining at "Lucca" is:
  • Two bedroom apartments (96sqm internally with a 13sqm balcony) from $860,000
  • Three-bedrooms (123sqm internally with a 12sqm balcony from $1.1 million and
  • Three-bedroom, two-storey penthouses (166sqm internally, plus a 12sqm balcony and a 65sqm roof terrace) from $1.75 million.
All these apartments have security lock-up garage for two cars.

'Lucca' has been designed by the internationally-renown architectural firm Marchese + Partners, and is being developed by Cienna Group.  It is on schedule for completion by mid-December.

'Lucca' showcases clever architecture, impeccable craftsmanship, a rich palette of materials and, with restaurants and cafes on the ground level, is destined to become another vibrant addition to the already lively area.

The complex is split into two five-storey wings with streamlined horizontal profiles and feature timberwork.  A landscaped internal courtyard separates both wings.

The southern wing, comprising 27 one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, is completely sold out.  The northern wing, called 'Premium' has larger apartments and penthouses, some of which gain views to the waters of Middle Harbour.

"Neutral Bay is a naturally beautiful suburb surrounded by parklands and recreational attractions, yet it is one set of traffic lights to the city via the expressway," said Mr Kurosawa.

"Property here is always in demand because it is a great place to live, work and play, but opportunities such as 'Lucca' are rare.  They will be the only new apartments in Neutral Bay to complete this year."

'Lucca' doesn't have any expensive recreational amenities or high maintenance facilities, apart from the lifts, which means low Body Corporate levies.

A display apartment is now open for inspection at 'Lucca' on Wednesday (5.30pm - 7pm), Thursday (12.00noon - 2pm), Saturday and Sunday (11am-4pm).  Private inspections are available by appointment through Michael Kurosawa of Infinity Property Agents on 0411 641 662, with further information available on the website: www.luccaapartments.com.au.





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Comment from Glassman on Friday, 20th October 2017

This is very good news to the real estate companies who’re having properties and lands in that region. Natural bay has very good atmosphere and the surroundings are green and beautiful with sea. I too have bought a house from superior paper [1] real estate Company which is in the Neutral bay 2nd street. [1] http://superiorpapers.org

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