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Courier Mail

IMAGINE living close to the Brisbane CBD, near public transport, shops, restaurants and yet still having access to an abundance of green space.

As the only major apartment development selling off-the-plan in Brisbane’s inner-west, FKP’s The Milton boasts an enviable location with the railway station and Park Road shopping and dining strip at its doorstep.

Brisbane City Council has announced it will develop a new public space on a 1500sq m site opposite The Milton, with the 3.5-hectare site of the old Milton Tennis Centre also being redeveloped as parkland just 650 metres away.

Overlooking the tennis centre site and priced from $590,000, The Milton’s Type J is the ideal two bedroom apartment offering 80sqm of internal living space.

Available on levels 7 to 30 it has uninterrupted views to Mt Coot-tha and the Brisbane River from its 10sq m balcony.

With two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a study nook and dedicated dining area, it has been designed to maximise its size and aspect.

“Both bedrooms are situated away from the living area, for maximum privacy, and are designed to take in the views,”

FKP executive general manager residential communities Evian Delfabbro said. “The open-plan design also ensures an indoor-outdoor lifestyle, once again promoting the unparalleled location and views of the Brisbane River, suburbs and the proposed parkland.”

Construction of The Milton is expected to commence in the last half of 2011. On completion, the 30 level building will feature 298 one and two-bedroom apartments, along with a ground floor retail promenade and commercial office space.

Ms Delfabbro said The Milton ticked all the boxes for those looking for an apartment to call home or an investment, with the project part of an established precinct that already featured a range of amenities.

“Literally everything residents could need is at the doorstep and those that aren’t are in easy reach,” said Ms Delfabbro.

“For work, the CBD or Toowong office and hospital precincts are no more than two train stations from Milton Railway Station or easily accessible via the major arterial roads, such as Coronation Drive.

“When it comes to entertainment, there is a range of shopping, bikeways and walkways, the Brisbane River, Suncorp Stadium and the proposed new parklands all nearby"