Location: 104 Lamington Ave, Ascot QLD 4007
The Ascot Aurora vision is truly a place to watch. As the largest project of its kind in the region, the property easily blends bold architecture with resort-style amenities and mixed-use spaces. In addition to the front doors, every consideration has been made to promote a like-minded community, with a strong focus on conserving or growing nature. Considering the injection of natural light, a lot of thought has gone into creating airy spaces that improve the mood. The orientation of the building is a key factor in not only a better cross breeze generally found in houses on the north side, but also the opportunities to enjoy a shady afternoon on the terrace or balcony are expanded. There is a deliberate liquidity between the indoor and outdoor spaces to encourage residents to live a more healthy, open-air day-to-day life. The shed's recreation area, a sparkling swimming pool, and other versatile facilities and spaces intertwine throughout the community, topped off by a distinctive residents' club. The goal is to enrich the community with nature, open spaces and innovative facilities. Places like green thorns or community gardens will encourage residents to attend to what is really important, and it is increasing social connections with neighbors and family. Open space and greenery for smart citizens has quickly become a luxury, making Ascot Aurora a unique opportunity. The master plan is deeply rooted in the idea of 'tree gentrification' with less than 5% of the property reserved for the natural element. Small parks and parkland, kickbout areas, herb gardens, stone-lined streams also flow through the green thorn, ensuring a refreshing community.
Ascot's access to prestigious public and private education is unmatched. Four excellent elementary schools are located within 3 miles of the property, including Hendra State School, Brisbane's first school. As for high schools, St. Margaret's Anglican School, Clayfield College, and Brisbane Grammar School not only enjoy the proximity to Ascot Aurora, but also enjoy a place of honour among the best institutions in the state. Owners will enjoy the convenience and conviviality of this popular neighbourhood and will quickly realize that any mood, appetite and hunger for coffee can be satisfied with a stroll down Racecourse Road. The Hamilton Harbor and Portside Wharf districts are also within walking distance, offering nearby connected hubs for stocking up on groceries and meeting friends. While Ascot is known for horse racing, it is nonetheless known for much more, including the origin of Brisbane's gourmet scene. Residents can enjoy the prestigious Eagle Farm and Doomben Racecourses as their own, experience the neighbourhood’s amazing restaurants, or just a few minutes' drive from Brisbane's entertainment venues like Howard Smith Wharves and James Street.